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Skype for 3UK available
While every platform seems to be losing their Skype application, Android has never lost it because it has always been in our forums. The CAB has been extracted by kaizer006, and it has been available for some time now, but for 3UK costumers only.
Originally posted by kaizer006
Here’s the apk for 3uk’s Skype app
This is meant to be free FOR 3UK Users ONLY!!!
It’s the official skype app for 3UK’s HTC Hero that’s on the market place
They only support the hero but it seems to run on most android devices, it runs perfectly on my HTC Dream (t-mobile g1)
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