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Skype 'coming to iPhone soon'

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Skype is reportedly set to imminently release an iPhone version of its VoIP service.

According to GigaOM, the eBay-owned service could announce an application for the iPhone as soon as next week, during the wireless CTIA tradeshow in Las Vegas that starts on 1 April.

However, Skype declined to comment on the speculative report.

Skype already offers a Windows Mobile version of its P2P voice and IM client. In January this year the company announced an Android version - dubbed Skype Lite - of its service.

The outfit also hinted earlier this year that an iPhone client was in the works, too. ®

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