Posted by Truphone on December 02, 2009
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This provides iPod Touch with a constant Internet access and
with some clever magic the almighty iPod can be easily turned into a (nearly)
full-featured phone. And because iPod Touch will think it’s connected to a
Wi-Fi hotspot, rather than a 3G network, most of the applications that are
currently restricted on 3G should work, including Truphone, BBC iPlayer and others.
Only thing that’s missing on an iPod Touch is a microphone so if you’re not a fan of one-way communication, you can get one of the iPod Touch microphone adaptors from our shop. It’s only a few pounds and we’ll also give you an extra £5/$5 calling credit when you top up £5/$5.
If you haven't downloaded Truphone for the iPod Touch yet, why not download it now for free.