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Yahoo Messenger 7 (NEW) With voice
« on: August 17, 2005, 06:33:09 PM »
Voice - New!
Make free worldwide PC-to-PC calls and enjoy great sound quality and voicemail.

Photo Sharing - New!

Drag-and-drop photos into your IM windows and talk about them like you're there.

Find, Add, Share Friends - New!

Easily get connected with the people who matter most.
Yahoo! Search - New!

Search from your IM window, and get results both you and your friend can see.
File Transfer - New!

Drag-and-drop files for real-time sharing and instant notification that they've been received.

Free, Worldwide PC-to-PC Calls*

Making free, worldwide PC-to-PC calls is easy. You and the person you call both need Yahoo! Messenger with Voice, plus a microphone and speakers (or headset.)
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The sound quality is so good, you won’t be able to tell the difference between calling on Yahoo! Messenger with Voice and calling on a regular phone. Hear for yourself.

For the best audio, just plug a headset into your computer and click the Call button. Here's one from Plantronics that works great with Yahoo! Messenger with Voice - and for a limited time save 10% off one, 30% off two.

1. Voicemail. If you're offline or away from the computer, your friends can leave you voicemail. You'll see a star by the voicemail icon in your Messenger List. Click the voicemail icon, select the message, and press Play to hear your voicemail.

2. Call History. See all your voicemail - plus a log of all incoming, outgoing, and missed calls - at any time. Also see who called, at what time, on what day, and how long you talked.

Yahoo plans to improve the PC-to-PC voice communications feature of its Yahoo Messenger instant messaging service, replacing the current walkie-talkie technology with a persistent connection.

Instead of having to take turns speaking, users will have a constant connection with good voice quality even if they're hooked up to the Internet at dial-up speeds.

As with the existing voice feature, both users need PCs equipped with a microphone and speakers, since the voice "calls" are made from within the Yahoo Messenger interface and there are no phone numbers to dial. For a fee, users can dial out to a phone number from within Yahoo Messenger using the third-party Net2Phone service, an existing option