Fring, maker of free phone software used to access a variety of loss-making services, reckons there's money to be made hosting identities for network operators. But the company's commitment to end users could be its undoing. Fring's software consolidates a user's identities on the various loss-making services that are so popular …
I have often wondered..
How Fring make any money. I have their Skype client on my Nok E65, and it's not bad at all.
But how do they eat?
And fring have your usernames and passwords too.
Maybe when they have enough they could sell those. Some might be the same as used for PayPal or other services.
I use a different password for everything.
Mines the one with fat notebook in pocket
An internet company without a viable business model? Who'd a thunk it!
Still, as spegru says, as a user of the service I think it's great
--Paris, cos I work there.
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