Skype, the company from which millions of people are making free phone calls, and others are making VERY LOW cost calls, via the Internet (and who will be presenting at the upcoming Small Business Technology Summit) will no longer be only available as a download.
Reuters is reporting Skype, the Internet-calling phenomenon that eBay Inc. acquired for $4.1 billion, is set to break into the U.S. consumer mainstream by selling its telephone kits in RadioShack stores.
Skype Technologies SA, which counts 66 million users of its free- and low-cost Web-based telephone services, mainly in Europe and Asia, said on Sunday that it will distribute Skype phone gear through 3,500 U.S. RadioShack Corp. stores.
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