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Qik two-way video call on Sprint EVO 4G the video call is free

Hey there is a good news for who use video chat or call on Sprint EVO 4G is free with the support of  Qik…enjoy your video call with Qik


Many of Sprint HTC Evo 4G hopefuls were left in a state of dilemma after a leak suggested that Qik Video chat feature on the phone might not be totally free. The leak said that Qik may charge $4.99/month to use the feature.
However it was not fully true, Qik today came out to clear the confusion and confirmed that basic Qik functionality including Video Chat will be absolutely free and user who wants premium features will have to pay money.

Qik has lived up to its name in clarifying some leaks indicating that future EVO 4G owners on Sprint will be charged $5 a month to make use of its video chat services. As it turns out, that subscription fee will be for a new range of “advanced premium features,” which will be elucidated on June 4 alongside the EVO’s retail launch.

“Firstly, rest assured that the core Qik service that lets you communicate live from your phone to other phones, web and desktop will be FREE. Yes – this means that the core capability of doing 2-way Qik video chat will be FREE for Sprint EVO 4G users. The subscription fee will be for some advanced premium features that we are working on, which we will be announcing on June 4th – the day the amazing HTC EVO 4G phone launches.”

The core two-way video calling will come absolutely free, we’re promised, and only those yearning for extra features will have to pay up. It seems clear from the wording of that statement that multi-party conversations will figure prominently in the premium set, though we’re left guessing at what other ways Qik has for seducing us to part with our cash.

Well, there’re a number of rumors flying around that the 2-way Qik mobile video service will require a premium subscription. We wanted to clarify what that really means. Firstly, rest assured that the core Qik service that lets you communicate live from your phone to other phones, web and desktop will be FREE. Yes – this means that the core capability of doing 2-way Qik video chat will be FREE for Sprint EVO 4G users. The subscription fee will be for some advanced premium features that we are working on, which we will be announcing on June 4th – the day the amazing HTC EVO 4G phone launches.

Calls will be supported between EVO 4G handsets – if you know someone else with one – together with between other phones running the Qik app and with the company’s desktop client.

So, tune back in on June 4th for a complete list of features of the new Qik along with the optional advanced premium features for you to enjoy!

Either way, good news if you wanted to keep things simple… and cheap.

resources :erictric.com, androidos.in, engadget.com

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