I wonder if this has something to do with the fact that the iPhone is not a great phone…
Skype makes software for Wi-Fi-equipped smartphones using Microsoft Corp.'s Windows Mobile operating system, but like Windows Mobile, the software has never caught fire. Two other iPhone programs, Nimbuzz and Fring, also enable Wi-Fi calls over the Skype network; neither has gained much traction. But since Skype unveiled its software for the Wi-Fi-capable iPhone nine days ago, customers have downloaded more than 2 million copies of the free program. That means about 12 percent of the world's 17 million iPhone users downloaded Skype in less than two weeks.
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