announces that its software is now fully compatible with Nokia's N95 smart phone. Barablu users can now use the N95 to call the mobiles and landlines of other online users anywhere in the world for free, as well as chat with them and receive video calls also for free. Barablu has been developing a free communications world and millions of consumers have since downloaded Barablu's free software
driven by sheer economic sense. By installing Barablu on any suitable mobile device, consumers can use the company's peer-to-peer technology to call other online users from any hotspot anywhere in the world for as long as they like for free.
And that means people can enjoy the Barablu free calling and chat experience from hotspots in homes, schools, restaurants, libraries, supermarkets and beyond. Even towns and entire cities have become hotspots.
But the Barablu mobile lifestyle experience also extends to offline calls. When users need to call the offline landlines or mobiles of friends, colleagues or family, they can use Barablu Out to call at very low rates. A call to North America, for example, costs as little as 1p per minute and Barablu Out calls can be made to every country in the world.