12 thoughts on “Yahoo Messenger Update, Does Anyone Care?”

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  2. I agree… it is the same logic. sure once you get AIM, you end up using it forever because that’s what your network is all about in the end. most of your friends end up on that network, and you are unknowingly locked in. skype is benefiting from that, even though you have more open options.

  3. Am I the only person who hasn’t used Skype yet? I’ve used Vonage for VoIP calls in the past but in my day to day affairs my three modes of communications are cellphone, email, IM. As far as Yahoo IM or AIM or MSN Messenger I find them all to be the same in my eyes since I refuse to run the messengers direct programs and insteads use accounts on all the IM services using a program like Trillian on my PC or AdiumX on my Mac. I can still remember the days of Speak Freely on the PC side and how using the highest compression setting made just about anyone end up sounding like Stephen Hawkings voice synthesizer. To me, Skype sounds like its more complicated then say, VoIP calls through Vonage with an ATA? But since I haven’t tried it yet I am flying a bit blind here, mostly because I know of no one who is using Skype?

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  6. I am using yahoo voice paid srvice, but it keeps tied up with pc for talking. Can any body suggest how can i get rid of it by using my N70 mobile. Thank you.

    L V Patel

  7. Yeah Yahoo update time. Just another Microsoft dominated thing. Maybe we should take ipods and iTunes away from Microsoft users and see how they like it?

  8. why am I continually getting a message that there is a new version of Yahoo MEssenger, “click here to update” when I’m already on the newest release. I’ve installed this supposed update ten times in the last few days and every time I sign into Messenger I get the update message again. What a royal pain in the ass Messenger is.

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