Mobile video calls have been a boom to the modern day customer, and when the name of it comes to mind you can never ignore the ever-friendly and reliable Skype that has made the world seem smaller and near and dear ones come closer! The brand is one that has soared on the popularity charts for a long time and right now it is taking steps to give you more quality based video calling on your iPhone!
If you are looking for faster video calls, there is good news in store for you, and that is that Skype Technology, currently the largest service provider of International calls, is introducing its video calling services for all wireless devices of Apple. This step is going to be a significant one in the field of mobile video-conferencing around the world as the latest version of this application of Skype allows users of the iPhone, iPod, and the iPad Touch to make and receive Wi-Fi and 3G video calls.
Skype had in the past offered the services of its free mobile video call applications for Nokia’s N900 Smartphones. The company based in Luxembourg is currently seeking to enhance the number of subscribers to buy its premium services, and this new application is one that will compete with its existing iPod and iPhone calling services that are currently offered by Tango, Apple, and Fringland. The company has a very significant scale, and it is anticipated that the above introduction of video calling services will surely have a massive impact on the mobile market across the globe.
In June, the company had around 560 million users across the globe. These users used mobile, and desktop software and this was released according to a regulatory filing in August. It was in the first half of 2010 that the video calls has accounted for about forty percent of the total Skype to Skype calling minutes that was officially stated by the company.
It is anticipated that the new application may help to enhance the Skype brand as the company prepares to go in for an initial public offer. About this, the company filed an IPO in August however it has not yet specified a date for the sale of its shares in the market.
It is anticipated that there will be about 20% of the wireless subscribers that will use video calling if the mobile carriers do not increase the prices. There are a large number of electronic devices that are emerging from tablet computers to television sets. Keeping the above in mind, the brand has intentions to enable its loyal customers to have complete access of its services irrespective of the platform that they are using. There are a large number of customers in the market that solely bank on their phones for conducting business, and this has been stated by the Chief Executive Officer of Skype, Mr. Tony Bates. He believes that this new Skype feature is going to enhance the valuable services of the brand and make a significant impact on the market.