Note to Skype / Microsoft,
I am not going to buy a Nokia / Windows Mobile phone, even if you do not create Skype versions for Blackberry, or iPhone, etc. I will simply find another application to use instead of Skype.
For BB users, it is possible that the next version of the BB op system, BB10 will have enough native support for Android apps that a different version of Skype will not be necessary.
In the meantime, though, yes, this is dissappointing.
I personally bring a second phone with me when travelling to certain countries and insert a local SIM card and forward my calls to it. It is not a perfect solution, but it is very inexpensive.
I have recently purchased a BlackBerry 9900. I was told in the Rogers (the provider in Canada) Store that Skype would work. But this is obviously not true. At first Rogers told me to contact Skype as the issue is Skype's problem. With the annoucement of the new BB10, any chance this could be resolved?
I say in few weeks or months i bet there will be plenty of apps where bb users will be able to be in touch with android and ios users so skype take this .l.
4 weeks ago