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Raketu Like Skype Not Blocked by Kremlin

April 15, 2011

Raketu today announced that like Skype, Raketu will not be blocked by the Kremlin. With the new RakDroid application, Android users will now be able to make free voice, video and IM calls over 3G, 4G and WiFi.

New York, NY (PRWEB) April 14, 2011

Raketu (http://www.Raketu.com), a leading global Internet communications company, today announced that like Skype, Raketu will not be blocked by the Kremlin. Raketu users will be able to continue their service unaffected by recent recommendations of the Federal Security Service (FSB) to the Kremlin to block certain services.

Raketu continues to innovate and expand its mobile and desktop offerings, giving users the ability to make free mobile to mobile voice and video calls. Raketu now offers the most comprehensive communications service offerings of any provider, and Raketu has by far the lowest rates for dialout and sms-texting. As an example, if a user makes a 60 minute call to a mobile in London, UK, using Raketu instead of Skype will save them over $6.00 on that single call!

With the recent addition of the new RakDroid application, Android users will now be able to make free Raketu to Raketu voice, video and IM calls, make voice calls to landline/mobile phones, and send text-sms messages over 3G, 4G and WiFi. The application can be downloaded from the Android Market Place or directly from Raketu.

Raketu, based on its proprietary technology, does not use your computer/device for other users’ communications. Raketu, unlike Skype, is supernode free. Being supernode free also provides a more secure environment for your communications needs.

About Raketu Communications Inc.

Raketu Communications Inc. is developing leading edge peer-to-peer Internet protocol applications that provide communications services for consumers and for business across mobiles, desktops and laptops. The company currently has users in over 150 countries around the world. For more information visit the company’s website at http://www.Raketu.com.

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