No Skype for Windows Phone 7

For the moment, the Internet VoIP service is concentrating on iPhone, Android, and Symbian development.

 By VoipPlanet.com Staff | Posted May 18, 2010
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"Skype, the extremely popular multi-platform VoIP company has said this week that it does not intend to create any software for the upcoming Windows Phone 7 operating system, at least not currently," writes Andre Yoskowitz on AfterDawn.com.

" 'Instead, [Skype] is concentrating on development around the iPhone, Symbian and Android operating systems,; says David Richards, via SmartHouse. '[Although] Dan Neary, [Skype's] Asia Pacific VP was hesitant to explain why no development was taking place for the new Windows Mobile offering, he did say [Skype] was developing new offerings for the iPhone, iPad and Android based phones;' " Yoskowitz writes.

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Skype not working on software for Windows Phone 7 OS

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