Number of results 25 for mobile VoIP

06/03/2014 - Sprint inches closer to voice-over-LTE, selecting Broadsoft for VoIP
In addition to the VoIP service that Sprint provides, Broadsoft’s server will enable them to add layers on messaging, video and other IP communications which is a move in the right direction and commendable.

24/02/2014 - Bolt VoIP app with support for regular calls launches at the Play Store
One may find VoIP a bit troublesome because using it requires a user to sign up to the service and in order to share the experience of using it with friends and family, one has to sort of market the service or maybe put in some effort to get them on board. That is not all; using VoIP across different services may also be an up-hill task but Bolt intends to make life on VoIP easier and maybe something to look more forward to.

12/09/2013 - Use WiFi VoIP Through Your Cell Phone with CSipSimple Android App
It is possible to use your cell phone as a VoIP phone through various apps. CSipSimple is an Android based app that enables cell phones to handle VoIP calls. Whenever a VoIP call is made, an answering screen comes in that is distinguishable from the normal calls. The dialer for VIP calls is also different from the normal calls.

17/07/2012 - New Smartphone App Gives Verizon Customers VoIP Capabilities
South Carolina-based Zipit Wireless launched a new app, one they expect to help healthcare professionals deliver faster, more complete aid to their patients than ever before. It’s called Zipit Enterprise Critical Messaging Solution, and it has grown out of an exclusive partnership with Verizon.

20/07/2011 - Viber 3G VoIP Mobile App Coming to Android
Viber, a mobile application that offers users free phone calls and text messaging to other Viber users over 3G and Wi-Fi, announced the official launch of the Android version of the app, bringing Viber to millions of additional users. Viber also announced that it has acquired over 12 million active users (last 30 days) and has an impressive call traffic volume of over one billion minutes of calls per quarter.

28/06/2011 - fring Brings Mobile Group Video to iPad
fring, the mobile communication service that pioneered mobile video over internet calls across smartphone platforms, now brings the world’s first dedicated group video chat service to the iPad.

09/03/2011 - VoIP-PAL Working on New iPad 2 App
VoIP-PAL announced the development of integrating the video conferencing feature on forthcoming new PointsPhone Mobile App for the iPhone 4G and Apple's new iPad 2. The App and the new Video Calling feature will soon be available for free downloading at the Apple App Store.

22/02/2011 - LifeSize Video Center Introduces Mobile HD Video Streaming
LifeSize, a division of Logitech, has just announced HD video content streaming on mobile devices using LifeSize Video Center. According to the company, now organizations can benefit from "greater communication reach and flexibility" by using HD video streaming, recording and auto-publishing to make video content available to teams working remotely on mobile devices, such as iPads and iPhones.

20/01/2011 - IPsmarx Releases New Line of VoIP Mobile Dialers for iPhone, Android, and Windows Mobile
IPsmarx announced the release of Breeze, their new line of VoIP Mobile Dialers that can be used with smartphones, such as the iPhone, Windows Mobile, and Android devices.

17/01/2011 - Mobile VoIP Gateway Revenues to Soar Past $6 Billion in 2015
VoIP is spreading from the fixed-line world to the mobile world. Usage is on the rise creating significant opportunity for mobile VoIP gateway equipment suppliers as expenditures in this space are expected to soar beyond the $6 billion mark in 2015, says In-Stat.

07/01/2011 - Skype to Acquire Qik
Skype has announced it has entered into a definitive agreement to acquire Qik, a provider of mobile video software and services. Qik has 60 employees, and is headquartered in Redwood City, California and has an office in Moscow, Russia. The transaction is expected to close in January 2011. The companies informed that terms of the acquisition will not be disclosed.

13/12/2010 - Fring Launches Dynamic Video Quality Mobile Calling
fring announced the rollout of its network-optimized DVQ mobile video calling technology. The company’s proprietary DVQ (dynamic video quality) technology adjusts video bit rate and frame rate according to the specific device to match current network bandwidth during a call, delivering the best possible video picture quality for available bandwidth between call peers.

18/11/2010 - China Sourcing Report: VoIP Products 2010
Traffic upswing in the mobile VoIP sector in China is expected to exceed 100 percent annually till 2014, according to Research and Markets’ recently released "China Sourcing Report: VoIP Products 2010" report.

18/10/2010 - Pinger Aims to Bring Free Voip to iPod Touch and iPhone

Pinger, a startup based in San Jose, California, aims to challenge Skype (and others) by offering free voice calls. They are doing so by piggybacking voip on their hugely popular TextFree application, which allows sending free text SMS messages. Pinger is currently serving 1.2 billion ads and sent 4 billion messages each month and is only expected to raise its numbers.

05/10/2010 - fringOut’s “Almost-Free Calls” Coming to Android
Two weeks after releasing fringOut that enables users to make cheap calls to any regular landline or mobile phone anywhere in the world, with rates as low as 1¢ a minute, fring announced the service is now available for Android phones.

05/10/2010 - Skype Now Available for Android Phones
Skype has just announced the release of Skype for Android, a client for mobile handsets, built for smartphones running Android OS version 2.1 or above. In the US, Skype for Android calling works over WiFi only. Outside the US the app works over WiFi or mobile data connection (GPRS, EDGE, 3G).

20/09/2010 - fringOut Offers Worldwide Mobile Calls From 1c/Minute
fring has just introduced fringOut, a new service that enables users to make cheap calls to any regular landline or mobile phone anywhere in the world, with rates as low as 1¢ a minute. Rates for Canada and UK are even lower -- 0,6¢ and 0,7¢, respectively, US calls starts at 1,2¢ per minute.

17/09/2010 - Ooma Introduces New Mobile App Calling Plan Option
Ooma announced that it is now offering a new Ooma Mobile calling plan that allows users to talk for 1,000 minutes for less than $5 per month. The Ooma Mobile application lets Ooma customers make U.S. and international calls from their iPhone, iPad and iPod touch.

24/08/2010 - Acrobits Releases Groundwire, the First Business Caliber SIP Client
Acrobits has released their new business caliber SIP Client, Groundwire for the iPhone. It supports transfer and attended transfer, call waiting and conference calling. It also adds a voicemail waiting indicator and a programmable voicemail dialer.

18/08/2010 - CounterPath Brings Multitasking and Multi-Account VoIP Softphone to the iPhone
CounterPath announced the worldwide availability of Bria iPhone Edition Version 1.1 for Apple’s iPhone, iPad and iPod touch. Compatible with Apple’s new iOS 4 operating system, Bria iPhone Edition 1.1 is a standards-based VoIP softphone that works over both 3G and Wi-Fi networks.

18/08/2010 - Skype Now Available on Verizon Multimedia Phones on the BREW Platform
Skype is taking another step forward with Verizon and expanding the Skype mobile application onto a variety of Multimedia 3G phones with an app based on the BREW platform, including the LG enV TOUCH, LG Chocolate Touch and Samsung Reality.

18/06/2010 - CounterPath Brings Enterprise-Class VoIP Softphone to the iPhone, iPad, and iPod Touch
CounterPath has released the Bria iPhone Edition for Apple’s iPhone, iPad and iPod Touch. Bria iPhone Edition is a VoIP softphone that works over both 3G and Wi-Fi networks.

11/06/2010 - Juniper Research: Mobile VoIP Users to Exceed 100 Million by 2012
A new study from Juniper Research has found that Mobile VoIP services will develop significantly faster in developed markets due to the direct correlation between 3G roll outs and the take up of mobile VoIP.

31/05/2010 - Skype 2.0 Brings 3G Calling to the iPhone
A long after its competitors had brought 3G VoIP calling to the iPhone, Skype has finally announced the launch of the new version of its iPhone app that allows to make and receive Skype-to-Skype calls, and to call mobiles and landlines over 3G data connection.

27/05/2010 - fring Gives Android Users the 1st Mobile 2-Way Video Calls
fring just announced the release of the world's first mobile video calls over internet on Android devices.
Android device owners now join Nokia (Symbian S60) and iPhone/iPod touch users who are already making free mobile video over internet calls with fring.

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