Make Free International Phone Calls with a Nokia 770

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SIPphone has released a version of Gizmo Project for the Nokia 770 Internet Tablet that allows this device to make free telephone calls when connected to a Wi-Fi network.

It isn’t unusual for VoIP (voice over IP) applications like Gizmo Project to offer free calls between people running the software, but charge users to call regular telephones. However, this isn’t what SIPphone is offering. Instead, Gizmo Project users can call a regular telephone in any of 60 countries for free. All that’s necessary is the person receiving the call be a registered user of Gizmo Project.

This isn’t a promotion available for a few months, it is a permanent feature of the application.

Nokia 770 users can also use this application to call people who aren’t registered users of Gizmo Project for a penny or so a minute.

The Nokia 770 version of Gizmo Project can be downloaded for free from the SIPphone web site.

There are also versions of this application for Windows, Macintosh, and Linux.

A Description of the Nokia 770 Internet Tablet

As its name suggests, this is a device dedicated to Internet access. It comes with a web browser and email application, as well as software for listening to Internet radio, reading RSS feeds, viewing images, and playing audio and video.

However, it does not include a calendar and its address book is mostly to allow users to store email addresses.

It has both Wi-Fi (802.11b/g) and Bluetooth 1.2, so it can access the Internet at a hotspot or through a mobile phone.

The Nokia 770 runs a version of the Linux operating system and has 64 MB of storage available to the user.

In addition, it includes a slot for reduced-size MultiMediaCard (RS-MMC) cards for more storage. It comes with a 64 MB RS-MMC memory card.

Its 4.1-inch, 800-by-480-pixel touchscreen display has a landscape orientation.

It is 5.55 inches wide, 3.1 inches tall, and 0.75 inches thick (141 by 79 by 19 mm). It weighs 8.3 ounces (230 g).

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