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Qik clears up the airwaves surrounding its $5/month premium service

Qik clears up the airwaves surrounding its $5/month premium service
There were probably quite a few people who were bummed out for a short period of time when it was believed that Qik's video chat service would incur a $4.99/month fee, but it was quickly washed away soon afterwards. Although the video chat service will be offered for free, Qik did mention that they would unveil the specifics behind its $4.99 per month “premium” service. Thanks to the simple chart, Qik's premium service is detailed to provide those new HTC EVO 4G owners a good birds eye comparison of what's offered with each service. However, easily the biggest draw for going with the premium service is its ability to provide high quality videos to users – the standard service only offers a maximum resolution of 640 x 480; so it would mean that premium subscribers would get treated to a max resolution of 1280 x 960. Interestingly enough, which would make some sense, paying $4.99 for the premium service will get you priority service over standard users when it comes to troubleshooting and support. So if you see some value to the service, then by all means go sign up and take advantage of it – otherwise you can sit still sailing away with the standard service.

HTC EVO 4G Specifications | Review

via Android Central

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