We already know that the Qik two-way video calling service is available for Sprint’s HTC EVO 4G, as we previously wrote an article about the hidden costs of video chat. Well now it appears that Qik will be available on another 4G network – namely T-Mobile USA.
The service will be integrated into the native address book of the Android operating system, on the myTouch 4G smartphone. It allows users to make and receive live video chats and messages via the built-in Wi-Fi and T-Mobile’s 4G network.
Customers are being guaranteed that their overall video quality will be vastly improved, thanks to its deep integration into the handsets hardware. With Qik you will also be able to share your videos with friends and family via social networks such as Facebook and Twitter.
Is this service from Qik and T-Mobile one you will use much?
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