03 October, 2006

Skype

Perhaps many people in .ae are unaware of the true amount of money Etisalat / the TRA / Du can gain by blocking VoIP…

This graph (courtesy of anonymous) displays the savings / stealing capable from usage of VoIP:


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10 comments:

Mme Cyn said...

Keep the campaign going, samuraisam! Etisalad, Eggysalad, Itisalot -- whatever you want to call it, it's nice to see exactly what they're ripping us off for. For now.

Aro said...

Enlightning.

Lirun said...

i must say i love skype.. i use it for all of my overseas friends..much clearer than phone lines most of the time..

what a shame..

bartman said...

And let's not forget, if you use Skype to talk to somebody on their computer, it's absolutely free.

FreshDubai said...

We can call Israel from the UAE? I thought anything to do with .il was banned?

Anonymous said...

Yes, you cannot call Israel from the UAE. Try dialing a number in Israel, and all you get is a recording telling you the connection cannot be made.

bgn said...

Anonymous @ 15:56
Hmmm so what happens if someone from Isreal emails a emirates.net.ae email address or the other way around.
Does the email disappear ?

FreshDubai said...

^ I'm not sure about that but I know for a fact that phone calls from Israel can be received.

Lirun said...

well lets try.. if someone wants to email me their number by all means ill call it

emspeaceblog@hotmail.com

take out insurance on your pc though so it doesnt disappear

;)

evil_m0nkey said...

u forgot to add pakistan on the list:P

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