Truphone comes up with poor man's verison of iPhone

VoIP company Truphone has come up with a poor man's version of the iPhone: buy an iPod Touch MP3 player and add Truphone software to turn it into a phone. Truphone's free VoIP software can utilize the WiFi connection on the iPod Touch to route calls. Once the application is installed, a virtual keypad appears to dial the desired number. The other addition that is needed is a microphone. Article

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