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Voip services provider Coms enables iPods to be a VoIP phone


Voip services provider Coms enables iPods to be a VoIP phone
The marketing records shows that more than 25 million Apple iPads have been sold globally already, but iPads are not associated with the voice telephony to be integrated into hardware, when original device is being launched form the box. This provides an ample potential and unopened new market sector for enterprise Coms, as its services can be delivered and ensured over the iPad’s inbuilt WiFi or GSM modem
iPad users can select a new Coms telephone number from more than 250 area codes in the UK, even general and prestigious telephone extensions such as London or Birmingham. The service consists with free advanced telephone features such as voicemail, call forwarding, voice to email and calling line identifier display, as well as low cost call bundles to merely all international locations. The service will be available for all iPad users, but will be especially useful and convenient to those who travel, as when they get connectivity to a local WiFi network they will be able to acquire incoming VoIP phone calls without any extreme roaming charges, and outgoing calls will be charged at their local call plan rates. Richard Bennett, CEO, Coms described “This unique service is grown on the iPhone applications that we initiated earlier in the year speeding up the development of the cloud telephony market. It is my strong belief that traditional line telephony will steadily shift to cloud based telephony services which offer individuals and businesses increased features and lower call costs. “Users of this new service can save up to 90% against BT on international calls and up to 77% on UK calls. In addition they get a new landline for free which travels with them, saving £296 against BT.” iPad users can voice enable their iPads by subscribing to the Coms telephony service from the Coms website. Subscribers will need a softphone app which is downloaded from the Apple store. Coms recommends the Bria app from Counterpath that has the Coms service settings embedded into it, making it simple for subscribers to start making and receiving calls. Coms is working on additional features that will enable customers to transfer their existing BT numbers to the Coms service, as well as making the service compatible with all leading operating systems including Android, OS and Symbian.


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