Image courtesy of AP magicJack maker YMax plans to start selling a a magicJack for cell phones in about 4 months for about $40. The gadget will plug into your PC and which then acts like a cell phone tower, so that if your cell phone is within range (about 8ft) of your PC, the… Continue reading CES 2010: magicJack Positioning to Become Next Biggest Internet Phone Company
Michael Arrington of TechCrunch is reporting that a Google Phone is imminent, possibly in early 2010. However, it may be a data-only VoIP ‘phone’ but what would be cool is if Google issues Google Voice phone numbers to those phones. About the only bad piece of news here is that it may end up initially… Continue reading There may be a Google data-only phone in early 2010
Well, well, well. AT&T has just decided to reverse their prior stance and allow iPhone users to use Skype and other VoIP apps on the cellular networks. VoIP apps would work when the iPhone was on a WiFi network, but not when connected to the AT&T network. Certainly, this is good news for consumers, but… Continue reading AT&T to allow VoIP apps on iPhones to work on cell network
If you’re a Vopium user, or perhaps a wanna-be Vopium user because you have an iPhone, you’re in luck as they recently released the free iPhone app. More about the Vopium VoIP mobile service. It integrates tightly with your iPhone contacts directory so you can quickly make VoIP phone calls. You can trial Vopium for… Continue reading Vopium releases free iPhone app
Vopium launched their mobile VoIP service in the US recently, offering a lower cost option for international calls from cell phones. Vopium consists of a free software app for your mobile handset that routes your int’l calls over their network. Vopium is available for over 500 GSM handsets from over 20 hardware vendors and they… Continue reading Vopium launches their mobile VoIP service in the US
Truphone now has a version of their app for the iPod Touch. Hmm… how many people actually have a Touch? Wouldn’t they have just gone in the whole way and snagged an iPhone?
Truphone is a free software app for your mobile phone that routes your calls over the Internet. These calls are made using VoIP using your phone’s WiFi connection and even Nokia and Blackberrys can make calls via Truphone’s network without a WiFi conn. In case you’re wondering what’s in it for Truphone, their business model… Continue reading Truphone – softphone for cell phones