Wifi Voice Chat 1.5.

Discussion in 'NDS - Flashcarts and Accessories' started by barry181091, Sep 22, 2007.

  1. barry181091
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  2. Urza

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    While in theory its a good idea, in practice you don't really ever end up using it. Why use this over a cell phone, or if you're at home, something like Skype or Ventrillo?
     
  3. TaMs

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    dunno speaking with cellphone isn't free and not everyone wants to play with their ds near of computer and stuff, maybe with wireless headset or something.
     
  4. Urza

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    But you end up needing a computer to find someone else who's using it.
     
  5. moozxy

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    Cos it's free?

    But other than that I agree with you, unless it's an arranged call where the other person is waiting with their DS on the other side it's really not that useful.

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    Gah was a bit slow... Meh
     
  6. Urza

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    Who doesn't already have a cell phone?
     
  7. TaMs

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    yes maybe everyone has cellphone, but it costs to call.
    And your right this app isn't very practical, but it's better than nothing..
     
  8. moozxy

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    Eh? Where did that come from? [​IMG]
     
  9. Urza

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    Well if you already have a cell phone, it doesn't cost you anything extra unless you go over your minutes.
     
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    Oh right. Dunno about the US but in the UK some people are on "Pay As You Go" where you "top up" your credit with cash when you need to, no contract.
    Oh well, I agree with you anyway.
     
  11. Urza

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    Ye. We've got those in the US too. Most people use standard contract plans though.