This software installs on your phone and gives you cheap calling from your cellphone and is really an extension of the international callback services that were popular a few years ago. Run the java app, enter the number to call on your phone and you get an incoming call on your phone. Answer that and your call is then connected to the other party. I only had 2 min trial and the product isn't really suitable for the NZ market due to the high termination costs (since you are baing charged for the call to your mobile and then the destination).
It's hard to really see a market for products like this anywhere but the USA where you're not paying big $$ for mobile termination. I've got a similair setup at home right now running through my Asterisk PBX where I can send an SMS to my SMS gateway at home or access a similair page via WAP which will either ring me back on my mobile (or any other number I select) using italk VoIP and then connect me to a destination number in NZ. This means I can make a call from my mobile to another landline in NZ for 35c per minute. It also allowed me to make cheap calls when I was in Europe last year - I could send a TXT through with a landline number and get a phone call and have direct access to a dialtone to dial out.
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Comment by Jay, on 1-Feb-2007 01:20
Hi, I was going through several websites regarding VOIP , Iam trying to create a software which would help one call from one mobile to another through its GPRS (VOIP). Do you have any experience with Voip software compatible for Mobile phones?
Comment by tom pearson on voip mobile phones, on 3-Feb-2007 04:02
i do like that software but as with all the current voip technology it has its problems but these should soon be resolved. have a look here these are some of the phones compatible http://www.voip-mobiles.com/voip-mobiles.html
Comment by vic, on 21-Mar-2007 10:22
VoIP and traditional landlines are going to be working hand and hand. Right now both are still seperate entities, but we already see the merging of the two. Nationwide Long Distance
Comment by Jay Khanna, on 29-Mar-2007 22:53
Do you know how they compress voice to talk over the mobile phones through minocall? they wouldnt get much speed and which would result in their voice cracking often. and yes, there is another website which was launched recently www.mobigater.com , its a device which transfers calls to mobile phones from Skype.
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Comment by badal das, on 15-Nov-2007 03:53
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