It was just a couple of days ago that Skype introduced its Skype for Android app, and there was much rejoicing. But U.S. users were singularly blocked from using Skype over 3G networks, except Verizon users. American Android users could only use it via Wi-Fi even though folks in other nations had no such restrictions (although the app isn't available in China or Japan). Until now. Someone named Matt, AKA "xeudoxus" has posted a modified version of the app on Droid Forums.
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