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Do you yearn to make free <a href="http://www.techweb.com/encyclopedia/defineterm.jhtml?term=VoIP&x=0&y=0">VoIP</a> calls on your smartphone? Would it be even cooler if that application could work with your company's phone system? Well, the wait is over. WiFiMobile has a new application designed for business users that lets them make free VoIP calls on their <a href="http://www.s60.com">S60</a> <a href="http://www.techweb.com/encyclopedia/defineterm.jhtml?term=smartphone">smartphones</a>. Yes, b
April 12, 2007
Do you yearn to make free VoIP calls on your smartphone? Would it be even cooler if that application could work with your company's phone system? Well, the wait is over. WiFiMobile has a new application designed for business users that lets them make free VoIP calls on their S60 smartphones. Yes, but can anyone actually use the application?WiFiMobile says the new application works over Wi-Fi hotspots and on carrier-based GSM 3G data connections. And calls in both circumstances do not eat up a user's minutes.
WiFiMobile is targeting this application at smartphone users and mobile professionals. The new application even works with corporate IP PBX systems, so IT managers can connect employees' S60 smartphones to their corporate telephony systems. CEO Gerry O'Prey says the new app is easy to use, "Thanks to WiFiMobile gone are the days of having to configure complicated SIP settings. Just go on our web site enter your details and your mobile will have VOIP service or be connected to your corporate IP PBX at the touch of a button. This will make mobile VOIP a reality for both the employee and IT Manager." Just go to WiFiMobile's site to check out this new mobile VoIP tool. And if you use it, be sure to let me know what you think.
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