World VoIP NewsVoiP technology provider Vopium releases new functionality for BlackBerry users
VoiP technology provider Vopium releases new functionality for BlackBerry users
The calling applications for the BlackBerry are broadly available, they demonstrates some limitations and carrier-implemented constraints that undermine the advantages.
Copenhagen headquartered company Vopium, which has appeared as an industry first with its BlackBerry Wi-Fi calling application, moves away those drawbacks and delivers to consumers and business users free international and domestic Wi-Fi calls, attached with the capabilities of forwarding the international calls over GSM and CDMA for just less than 1 cent per minute. The Vopium application does not require callers to connect with a local call - a general constrain of nearly all other Wi-Fi calling utilities. Unlike UMA-based Wi-Fi calling services provided by several mobile operators, the Vopium’s solution offers least-cost routing to both mobile and landline destinations whenever user is being connected to Wi-Fi. This architecture provides users massive savings with no trade-offs in call quality. For instance, American BlackBerry users can forward Wi-Fi calls with Vopium to mobile or land numbers worldwide without their carrier's international imposed charges, due to calls to be routed across Vopium's network. The Vopium users don't spend their mobile voice minutes, neither limited to only calling other Vopium users and avoid numerous hassles of involving a calling card. Once connected to Wi-Fi, international roaming charges are not imposed, it means that internationally traveling Vopium users can forward local and international calls to mobile or landline numbers for as little as less than 1 cent per minute. When the other party also has a Vopium app on their Android, BlackBerry, iPhone, Symbian or Windows Mobile smartphone, Wi-Fi calls and text messages are free of charge. The Vopium application massively eases the procedures for users, in order to fully realize if they are connected to and placing calls thru the Wi-Fi. Vopium specifically designed to minimize battery working load, so users can make relatively many Wi-Fi calls and still have enough average battery life. This makes Wi-Fi calling option as a effective substitution of office desk and home phones."The new Vopium BlackBerry app is the latest example of our focus to provide consumers and corporate users with high-quality, low-cost international and domestic calling," stated Vopium founder and CEO Tanveer Sharif. "Unlike other Wi-Fi calling apps that rely on bridging and other constrained architectures, the Vopium BlackBerry app frees users to make calls in more places and on their terms. No other BlackBerry Wi-Fi calling app can match Vopium's combination of savings, convenience, battery life, wireline interoperability and mobile operator independence. This app democratizes Wi-Fi calling for BlackBerry users, with no caveats and gotchas." Available now in beta version, the Vopium app supports BlackBerry smartphones running OS 6 or later versions. With more than 1 million users in 52 countries, Vopium powers reliable, cost-effective mobile communications around the world. Vopium is listed on the NYSE Euronext Paris Exchange
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