Are you one who believes that Windows Phone 7 is the future of mobile operating systems? Well, if you answered in the affirmative, then might we interest you in an app that will enable you to make free VoIP calls? Known as WNM Live, this location-based social network is the first to deliver free VoIP calls to the Windows Phone 7 platform, beating out Microsoft at their own game (who owns Skype btw). SynergeTech Solutions is the company behind this app, where we will look at the list of features below.
With WNM Live, you are able to search profiles of other users based on criteria such as distance, interests, gender, or age. Feeling lonely? Look for users who are on the lookout for friendship, chat, networking, or romance, and you can also make your wallet heavier each month since you are able to send free text and picture messages to other users.
Well, what are you waiting for? Have you given WNM Live a go, and do you think it will be your brand new favorite Windows Phone 7 app?
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