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Verizon's Samsung Galaxy Tab lacks 3G Skype Calling

0. phoneArena 02 Nov 2010, 14:59 posted on

Much to the chagrin of many people after finding out that the US versions of the Samsung Galaxy S will be lacking voice call functionality, some were hoping to take Skype's advantage with the Verizon...

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posted on 02 Nov 2010, 15:10

1. victor410 (unregistered)


Verizon Verizon that all I can say.. Verizon is a horrible monopoly company I don`t care if have the best coverage .. Verizon won`t see my money in their pocket..apple fanboy were complaint about AT&T but the real hell will come when the iPhone came to Verizon..

RIP apple fanboy

posted on 02 Nov 2010, 15:53

2. Confused Reader (unregistered)


Not eben sure what your saying, you sound like as choppy as you probably are on your iPhone. So a tablet doesnt have Skype and your making a big stink over it? Verizons Skype worked over 3G? did you want a 3G data plan or did you want the freedome of owning it with out a contract? If you go on the market there will be FOR SURE a WiFi Skype available for you to use...SO STOP CRYING!!!! Not to mention At&T Crippled their Androids by not "allowing" 3rd party apps or unknown apps, who has the monopoly now you freaking moron.

posted on 02 Nov 2010, 15:55

3. Confused Reader (unregistered)


NOT TO MENTION, if you get the 3G wifi hotspot it will work with that as Wifi functionality any, so complaints OVER!

posted on 02 Nov 2010, 16:10

4. Answer to Problem (unregistered)


Here is answer to problem. Root your android device. Download wifi tether root app from market place. Wifi tablet to phone. Click Skype. Make call. Answer solved. No additional cost to you!! :-) I use to work for Verizon until recently and this is what I am going to do with my tablet and android device. The root is already completed. Just waiting on the tablet. They really don't want customers knowing about this work around but oh well ;)

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