Can over-the-top voice services free you from mobile minutes charges?

U.S. wireless carriers fear that Web voice services will take a bite out of their profits and consumers could benefit.

By Paul Kapustka, PC World |  Unified Communications, Face Time, Facebook

We may have to wait several years for true champions to emerge in the over-the-top marketplace--or perhaps we'll be stuck with a mixed bag of similar but incompatible offerings. I haven't even mentioned the OTT services available from voice providers such as Vonage (which now has a mobile app), or from device manufacturers like Samsung, which is building a button for its ChatOn service into some of its newer phones.

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