Jajah, a VOIP service, has tailored its interface to the PlayStation 3 browser, allowing gamers to place voice calls.
As the PlayStation 3 currently lacks a service that’s comparable to the Microsoft Xbox’s Live service, which allows for voice communication via a USB headset, the Jajah interface at least allows gamers to communicate with one another. PS3 voice chat has been enabled on a game-by-game basis, however.
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Jajah said it had tailored its interface to the PS3 browser. users ned only to surf to the play.jajah.com Web site to initiate a call. Users enter the number they wish to call, and the service then calls the phone nearest the user (that number must be pre-configured) and connects the two numbers via a VOIP line.
“Jajah now brings free or cheap calling into the living room and away from computers. Initiating a call with Jajah can now be done while lounging in front of the TV with no need to fire up the computer,”
said Roman Scharf, a Jajah co-founder. “This means that the whole family, regardless of interests or technological skills, can make cheap or even free calls from their normal home phone.”
Source: Yahoo! News
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