Thursday, December 16, 2010

Video call using mobile phone

Mobile phones are going to replace online video call websites such as Skype, fring soon. Following the introduction of 3g service all over India, three major mobile network providers are going to start video call service by end of this year. You need to some special handsets in order to use this facility. Your hand set should be able to receive 3g signals and it should also have high definition camera to transfer your video in the air.

Apart from these hand set requirements, there are some special SIM cards available from three network providers. Initially, Airtel, Tata, Reliance are the few service providers who are going to introduce these service in major cities. After successful implementation, all the cities will also be covered under this facility. But due to security reasons, Telecom regulatory authority asked them to hold the process until it gets clear from the Security Council.

Indian mobile phones users can chat will the beloved ones without need of computer and internet connection. Skype is the major video call provider, and we need to have high speed internet, computer with web camera but now everyone use this facility without above mentioned equipments. It is expected that within two years time all mobile phone users can use video call service.

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