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Mobile VoIP

This study looks at the changing landscape of the mobile VoIP market; the main over the top players, the new entrants together with what they bring, and how the operators are reacting. The technical challenges are assessed, and an analysis as to the level of threat mobile VoIP brings to operator revenues is made. It concludes with a scenario for the development of this emerging market.
Posted on May 18, 2011  Reviews | Share |  Digg
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Major Update for the FriendCaller Android VoIP App

friendcaller_logo.gifThe latest version of the FriendCaller Android app is now available for free download. This update includes numerous improvements in the user interface and there are optimizations made in various functions. is operated by C2Call GmbH, and is an easy-to-use, browser based VoIP solution, allowing users to make free calls from the WebPhone to anyone on the Internet, with no software installation for the "callee" or the person being called. Additionally, the invited call participant does not require to register with FriendCaller. The peer-to-peer calls work with any browser on Windows, OS X and Linux, and is also available for Android, iPhone, iPod touch, iPad, Nokia Series 40 SIP Phones, as a Facebook App and for SIP capable clients.
Posted on May 02, 2011  Reviews | Share |  Digg
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RIM Announces BlackBerry Mobile Voice System 5 with Voice Over Wi-Fi Calling for Avaya and Legacy Nortel Communications Systems

rim_logo.jpgResearch In Motion is helping more businesses bring together the desk phone and smartphone. RIM announced plans to make BlackBerry Mobile Voice System 5 available to more corporate phone systems and unified communications applications. BlackBerry MVS 5 with voice over Wi-Fi calling will soon be available for Avaya Aura 6.1, Avaya CS1000 Communication Server, as well as legacy phone systems such as Avaya Communications Manager and Nortel Communication Server. It is also currently available for Cisco Unified Communications Manager, Cisco Call Manager Express, and Mitel Communications Director. BlackBerry MVS 5 has also been re-architected to be more extensible with third party applications and phone systems.
Posted on May 02, 2011  Reviews | Share |  Digg
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VoxOx Launches iPhone App for Cheap International Calls, Texts and Faxes

voxox_logo2.pngVoxOx announces the release of its first mobile app, VoxOx Call for iPhone. The app leads with VoxOx’s popular Call Connect service, which enables iPhone users to make cheap long-distance calls from anywhere in the world, doing so without relying heavily on a user’s mobile data plan. The app also comes with a number of extras, including 2-way worldwide SMS, inbound faxing, Find Me call forwarding, on-call star commands that allow users to create 20-party conference calls, switch devices mid-call, digitally record calls and more. The mobile app syncs seamlessly with the full-featured VoxOx desktop software, allowing calls, texts, and faxes to be sent and received through the same account. New users can sign up for a free VoxOx account within the mobile app interface, and as part of the sign up process, select a free U.S. phone number (or purchase a low cost Canadian number) – the world’s only phone number enabled with voice, SMS, fax, as well as voicemail transcription, all-in-one.
Posted on Apr 29, 2011  Reviews | Share |  Digg
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fring Launches Group Video Calls on iPhone & Android

fring_logo2.jpgfring announces the world’s first mobile group video calls for iPhone & Android devices. With fring’s Group Video calling, four fring friends can now share a simultaneous video call, for free, on their mobile phone (on Wi-Fi, 3G or 4G) using fring’s proprietary DVQ technology, that delivers the highest quality video for all four participants.

fring is the 1st company to bring mobile Group Video calling across platforms, for free, so that users can see all their friends at the same time, and on one screen. fring’s service unshackles users from their PCs, and frees them from heavy PC-based Group Video calling fees.

In addition to free Group Video calling, fring enables users to make free 2 way video calls, voice calls and chat with friends on Android, iPhone/iPod touch & Nokia Smartphones.
Posted on Apr 28, 2011  Reviews | Share |  Digg
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F-ROUTE Adds Business Features to SessionTalk SIP VoIP Softphone for iPhone

F-ROUTE recently released the latest update to their SIP VoIP Softphone for the iPhone. SessionTalk 3.1 features now include Dual Line, Call Waiting, Call conferencing as well as Transfer and Attended Transfer. This adds to an already impressive list of features including iOS4 Multitasking and Background support, Incoming call Push Notifications, Native contacts integration and a highly intuitive iPhone like user interface.

SessionTalk enables businesses as well as the mobile worker to use their iPhone as an IP-PBX extension, allowing them to access the same phone services and features as if they were in the office. The application can help boost worker productivity in a number of ways and show a fast return on investment. For example, a product development expert working from home or from a remote site would be able to join in a phone conference with managers at headquarters and collaborate on a new product design.
Posted on Apr 21, 2011  Reviews | Share |  Digg
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Mirial ClearSea Brings Standards-based Video Conferencing to Motorola Xoom and HTC ThunderBolt

Mirial_logo.jpgMirial announces that Motorola Xoom and HTC ThunderBoltT have been added to the list of certified devices for Mirial ClearSea.

Motorola Xoom is the first Android 3.0 Honeycomb tablet. It features dual core processor and 10.1" widescreen HD display, 2-megapixel front camera and 5-megapixel back.

ClearSea is the only professional video conferencing solution including a software client for Android devices that enables organization to connect Pc, Mac, Android or iOS devices and any standards-based H.323/SIP equipment, such as videoconferencing room systems.
Posted on Apr 20, 2011  Reviews | Share |  Digg
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Vonage Launches New Plan With Unlimited Calling to Mobile Phones in More Than 40 Countries

vonage_logo.gifVonage introduced the World Premium Unlimited calling plan. This new offering builds on the value of the popular World plan by expanding the number of countries for unlimited calling from 60 to 80, including unlimited calling to mobile phones in 42 countries.

"People who make international calls to mobiles are frustrated by the huge premiums they pay to their phone company," said Mike Tempora, senior vice president of product management for Vonage. "World Premium provides these callers with the peace of mind to call any landline or mobile number in 42 countries including Brazil, Costa Rica, Japan, Australia, France, Spain and the UK for one flat price. Customers who use World Premium Unlimited to call as little as one hour a week to mobile phones in countries like Mexico and the UK will save over $400 a year versus the best pay per minute rates from major phone companies."
Posted on Apr 18, 2011  Reviews | Share |  Digg
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JAJAH Facebook Calls Now Available for iPhone

jajah_logo2.jpgJAJAH released the JAJAH App for iPhone, which allows anyone to call online Facebook friends anywhere in the world in just one click.

The beta is now available in the US and Canada. This follows Tuesday's release of the JAJAH App for Android, which attracted thousands of downloads in the first 48 hours.

Calls to Facebook friends are free from JAJAH, and the person receiving the call only needs to be your friend on Facebook. No need for them to download anything or for them even to be a JAJAH member.
Posted on Apr 14, 2011  Reviews | Share |  Digg
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JAJAH Wins Race to Bring Phone Calls to Facebook

jajah_logo2.jpgJAJAH releases the first true calling solution for Facebook, allowing anyone to call online friends anywhere in the world in just one click. The calls are free from JAJAH, and the person receiving the call only needs to be your friend on Facebook.

Facebook Call is the first true calling solution for Facebook. There is no need to reveal your phone number, no need for the other person to sign up or download anything -- the call is connected directly into Facebook. Until now, most online calling services required both parties to download an app or a client. Now they just need to be one of Facebook's 500 million members.

This is the second major social networking calling breakthrough from JAJAH, following the release of JAJAH@call which allowed Twitter users to make free, secure calls to their followers with just a tweet.
Posted on Apr 12, 2011  Reviews | Share |  Digg
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Voip-Pal.Com Announces the Launch of Its New PointsPhone Platinum Suite Which Includes an Antivirus Program for North America Android Users

voip-pal_logo.jpgVoip-Pal.Com announces the availability for North America Android users of its PointsPhone Platinum™ Suite package which bundles an Antivirus Program. The Antivirus Program has been designed specifically to guard smartphones against spyware, malware and viruses.

The PointsPhone Platinum™ Suite is now available in North America only for all Google Android smartphones, including the new high-performing Motorola ATRIX™ and Samsung's Galaxy 4G™. The Platinum Suite will include a one year subscription to a state-of-art antivirus program, substantial domestic and international airtime minutes, enhanced Voice Mail features and a free North America phone number. The antivirus program is truly comprehensive, providing automatic real-time protection against viruses, spyware and other malware. Memory cards are automatically scanned when they are inserted to prevent transfer of malware and viruses. A GPS locating system is available to track down lost or stolen smartphones. A Remote Backup feature is available to backup all data stored on the smartphone in case the smartphone is lost or stolen.
Posted on Apr 11, 2011  Reviews | Share |  Digg
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Paltalk Launches Free Texting and Calling Worldwide iPhone to iPhone for Their Vumber Full-Featured Mobile VoIP App

paltalk_logo.jpgPaltalk announces the addition of free calling worldwide, free SMS functionality and free push notifications for calls to its Vumber Mobile application. Vumber, which allows iOS device users to place calls through Wi-Fi or an existing cellular data connection and add multiple lines to their cell phone, will now also allow for free unlimited calling and texting worldwide enabling crossover from different carriers (ie. AT&T to Verizon), Vumber-to-Vumber calling and so on.

Vumber App users can now place free worldwide calls and texts from their iPhone, iPod touch and iPad, to anywhere in the world. Customers are still required to maintain a carrier plan, but they can limit the amount of minutes and texts on their plan to save money. The app is available for free from the iTunes store and will be available for Android phones and tablets beginning Spring 2011.
Posted on Mar 24, 2011  Reviews | Share |  Digg
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Rebtel Survey Shows 25% of U.S. Immigrant Smartphone Owners Use PC or Mobile Video Calling Services

announces results from its latest study based on U.S. immigrant and first-generation consumer mobile usage and behavior. The results were based on 1,340 responses from immigrants residing in the United States, which represent a consumer segment of approximately 38 million consumers. According to the survey, 24% of those who responded to owning a smartphone have used a video calling service on either their PC or mobile phone, representing approximately five million Americans.

According to survey respondents, the vast majority of them preferred Skype as their video application of choice, with approximately 47% of claiming it as the app they most use. Facetime and Yahoo! Messenger came in second and third place, representing nearly 14% of users, followed by Tango at 8%.
Posted on Mar 17, 2011  Reviews | Share |  Digg
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xG Technology Expanding xMAX Trial System in Lewisville, Arkansas

xG_Technology_logo.gifxG Technology will be expanding its xMax cognitive cellular network trial with Townes Tele-communications Inc. in Lewisville, Arkansas. Townes has also offered to host an additional xMax network in one of its other rural markets. One or both of these trials will be used to support xG's efforts to secure Rural Utilities Service certification. RUS is a division of the United States Department of Agriculture, and provides technical guidance and financial assistance for the delivery of advanced communications services to rural communities. RUS certification will allow xG customers to apply for loans from the RUS to buy xMax equipment and deliver advanced mobile VoIP and broadband services to their customers.
Posted on Mar 15, 2011  Reviews | Share |  Digg
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Tpad Joins Forces with Nokia to Launch Mobile VoIP Calls on Nokia S40 Mobiles

tpad_logo1.jpgTpad announces the availability of an automated VoIP service that will setup a WiFi or 3G enabled mass-market Nokia mobile to bring free or low cost mobile VoIP calls to millions.

This move is intended to vigorously compete with other VoIP telephony companies such as Skype, Vonage, Gizmo5 and Google Voice by giving non-technical users the chance to benefit from the free internet call revolution.

The new automated service has been designed to remove the need for any complicated set up procedures that put novice users off VoIP calling. At Tpad, set up is easy and fast, customers simply create a free VoIP / SIP account and then they will automatically receive personal VoIP / SIP settings that will instantly configure their Nokia phone with Tpad.
Posted on Mar 15, 2011  Reviews | Share |  Digg
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