V Phone: Mobile & Wireless VoIP on the Apple iPhone

V_Phone_logo.jpgThe V Phone offers a key advantage that is sure to grab the attention of users of other mobile VoIP software. Rather than locking iPhone users into working with a single VoIP provider, it lets users choose between multiple providers of their choice for voice calling. The V Phone nullifies the single provider protocol and lets users choose the most cost-effective provider for each task, a capability that is unique among such programs. In addition, the V Phone app is the first ‘open and configurable’ app to also offer SMS messaging over IP.

The V Phone’s SMS features offers two standard VoIP provider networks, as well as an option for entering the user's own provider of choice. The app’s VoIP calling and text messaging options works with WiFi, allowing for convenient coverage without the need for a SIM card. Additionally, iPhone users can now make 3G/GPRS/HSDPA VoIP calls. With an intuitive, attractive graphical user interface and simple installation steps, the V Phone makes it easy for anyone to save money and start getting more out of their mobile or cell phones.

Matrix has released a video on You Tube demonstrating to iPhone users on how easy it is to configure and use the app.

Matrix has submitted the app to Apple for approval and believes it should be available in the App Store within 2 to 3 weeks.

Posted on Oct 28, 2009  Reviews | Share |  Digg
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Suzanne Collier
Thursday, 29 October 2009 12:29
The options for making VoIP calls via smartphones are seemingly endless, with providers like Vonage, Skype, Truphone, etc. lining up with their own iPhone apps. VPhone's forthcoming iPhone app illustrates that beyond provider apps, that there is great need/demand for applications that offer even more functionality and ease of use, when it comes to using a smartphone platform to make VoIP calls. Another company you might want to check out is www.friendcaller.com. The company recently launched FriendCaller 3 Pro for hte iPhone/iPod platform, and one of the key benefits is that you can call anyone with an Internet connection - that person doesn't need to have an iPhone/iPod, or any software installed on their computer. It's that simple.
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