SPOTLIGHT: IPdrum launches Mobile Skype Cable

IPdrum's cable and software allows a handset user to access Skype by way of the user's landline phone or old handset that is plugged into a PC at home. The landline phone or retired handset plugs into the USB port on the PC via IPdrum's cable while software connects the user's mobile device to a VoIP system. The company claims users with unlimited calling minutes in-network or to certain numbers can use Skype to place free calls anywhere in the world. Article

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