Raketu Replacing Microsoft’s Skype Free Calling

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Raketu today announced its invitation to existing Skype users that are ready to migrate to a better and more secure application without losing the ability to make free calls.

Migration of users from Skype to Raketu is inevitable. Today’s educated users seek a reliable and secure service which Raketu provides.

Raketu (http://www.Raketu.com), a leading global Internet communications company, today announced that Skype users have a choice and can migrate now to use Raketu’s pure peer to peer technology to make their secure free calls anywhere in the world.

During the recent development of Microsoft purchasing Skype, Skype users expressed concerns and voiced an interest in migrating to a new more secure and advanced technology such as offered by Raketu.

Raketu allows anyone to experience free, unlimited, high-quality voice and video communication over the Internet. Raketu’s software is free to download and is available in many languages. Raketu’s free voice calls, free video calls, free group video/voice calls, free IM and more can be used from computer to computer, and also from computer to mobile phones or tablets. Raketu turns a tablet into a social communications device.

Raketu’s invention of the only pure peer to peer (supernode free) infrastructure does not suffer with Skype’s common quality problems or well know Skype security issues.

Market Watch May 11, 2011: “When Skype’s service is good, we call from PC to PC, and it’s free. But about a quarter of the time, the service is so bad that we can’t use it, because the experience is similar to talking with someone who’s at the bottom of a well.”

To accommodate and speed migration of Skype users to Raketu, Raketu will be releasing a Skype bridge where Raketu users will be able to call the last remaining users on Skype without downloading Skype.

About Raketu Communications Inc.
Raketu Communications Inc. is developing leading edge peer-to-peer Internet protocol applications that provide communications services for consumers and for business across mobiles, desktops and laptops. The company currently has users in over 150 countries around the world. For more information visit the company’s website at http://www.Raketu.com.

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