DIGITALK Introduces Integrated Mobile VoIP Client to Consumer Applications

Digitalk_logo.jpgDIGITALK announces a new, fully integrated, Mobile VoIP Client on the DIGITALK Consumer Platform, enabling service providers to offer mobile dialling to their Prepaid Cards and Broadband Telephony customers over Wifi and 3G /4G networks.

The development comes in light of the continuing growth of mobile subscribers with smartphones and improved Wifi access globally, enabling calling card and residential IP service providers to exploit extensions to current services and promotions. With many users having inclusive data packages, mobile VoIP is a now a substantial opportunity for prepaid and residential IP telephony service providers to expand their service reach to mobile smartphone users.

The DIGITALK Mobile VoIP Client is SIP-compliant and supports G.729 and G.711 codecs, with optional signalling and media encryption and compression. The client will be locked to the service provider, protecting revenue loss from transient users and enhancing overall customer loyalty with new service features.

The client preserves familiar features with other DIGITALK applications such as PIN-based registration for calling cards or standard SIP user name and password registration for Broadband Telephony customers. Dialling from the phone's contact list, call history, and balance presentation all add to the ease of use of the application, further enhancing the user experience.

To simplify the introduction of the DIGITALK Mobile VoIP Client for service providers, DIGITALK supports branding of the client with the service provider's logo and colour scheme and introduction of the client to the Apple and Android App stores - enabling easy and rapid download and access to the client.

DIGITALK will be demonstrating the Mobile Client at ITEXPO 31st Jan-3rd Feb at Miami Convention Center booth 629.

Posted on Feb 01, 2012  Reviews | Share |  Digg
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