While we wait for Skype to appear in a future firmware revision, we'll play around with JAJAH. All that's needed is the internet browser--no homebrew necessary. Point your browser to mobile.jajah.com, and log in with your free JAJAH account. Your contacts will appear as clickable links. When you dial in, your phone will ring, allowing you to talk to your friend. If you're talking to a fellow JAJAH member, it'll be free.
To make the most out of the service, you should probably upgrade to the latest firmware, and take advantage of T-Mobile's free Hotspot service. Then, you'll be able to browse the web, play games, and make phone calls from PSP, all while grabbing your morning coffee at Starbucks.
Reader Comments (Page 1 of 1)
4-05-2007 @ 8:51PM
I actually had your blog open to contact you when I received the Google Alert about your post :-) Thanks a lot, highly appreciated!
Get back to me when you have any further questions or feedback.
4-05-2007 @ 8:52PM
I wonder if we'll ever see Skype. If the PSP gets Skype, won't it cut into Sony's sales of the Mylo, which seems to be struggling. Making Skype calls is the best feature of the Mylo, really.
4-06-2007 @ 12:20AM
I wonder, do you need a microphone for this?
well actually that might be kind of obvious but if it doesn't than that is pretty cool.
4-06-2007 @ 12:52AM
Well I think Sony recognize the Mylo failed, that is why Skype and a keyboard are coming.
4-06-2007 @ 2:07AM
"I wonder, do you need a microphone for this?"
They use your own home phone for the call..
4-25-2007 @ 1:49PM
hay evry bady