Fring has been out there for couple of years and they have proved to us that they know how to evolve. The started as small company and launched first VOIP service on the symbian platform. Fromt then they have captured almost every mobile vendor in the world.
The service works with a ton of different networks, including Skype, AIM, MSN Messenger and Twitter. Plus, you can make calls to landlines from your SkypeOut/SkypeIn account and place voice calls to your Skype and Fring contacts.
The current launch brings two-way Video chat over 3G and WiFi for Nokia. But it is limited to one side VIEW on iPhone and iPod touch for callers over Skype or Fring service. However, there is a limitation, you can interact via voice to the person shown on your display, but you cannot broadcast your video.
I tried the application and the video did stream pretty smooth. Though there were few jerks at moments but I guess network is to be blamed for it. Call setups create problems sometimes, but overall, its all good.
Clearly, if Apple had included a front facing camera on the iPhone, it would have made more sense. I`m not complaining at the moment coz I know a lot is coming int he iPhone 4G.