Company Now Supports Largest Range of Symbian (News - Alert)-Based Nokia Phones
Mobile VoIP solutions provider REVE Systems provides an expansive product portfolio for clients ranging from start-ups to large global IP carriers. The company’s iTel Mobile Dialer Express is being used in over 1200 switches and in more than 50 countries across the world.
Recently, company officials told TMCnet their mobile VoIP “MoIP” offerings have a competitive advantage over other providers because they support the largest pool of mobile handsets, ranging from the most popular brands to most cost effective handsets.
Specifically, officials said the company, which is a member of the Symbian Foundation and part of the iPhone (News - Alert) and Blackberry developer community, was the first to introduce the lightest Symbian-based Mobile VoIP Dialer to service providers. iTel Mobile Dialer Express is so light and easy to install and officials said, it consumes just 120 KB space on mobile handset after installation.
Service providers worldwide like TalkFree from the U.S., e-Sky from Malaysia, QiiQ from Canada, 100 Calls from the United Kingdom, VYKE (News - Alert) from Norway and Zylog from India, as well as a number of other providers have all placed their trust in REVE Systems for their unbeatable product assortment and for the hosted services they provide. The iTel Mobile Dialer is compatible with most all Symbian-based Nokia (News - Alert) phones and is regularly updated to include more devices. With variety of supported handsets and availability in all across the globe, iTel has initiated the greatest MoIP- Mobile VoIP revolution ever. For long distance calling, people used to depend on regular PSTN lines, but now with the introduction of cheap mobile VoIP services and with competitive mobile apps launching every day, people are ditching their PSTN lines and opting for Mobile VoIP.
The most recent launch of the iTel Mobile Dialer also includes support for Windows G729 codec on Windows Mobile 6.0 platform and approximately 102 new mobile handsets were added to the list of Windows and Symbian supported mobile handsets. See HERE.
In addition, a key differentiator of their offering, company officials said, is that REVE’s applications are compatible with other mobile handsets so services providers don’t have to worry about loosing business because an end users phone doesn’t offer support for the mobile VoIP application. The full compatibility list of brands is available HERE.
To find out more about REVE Systems, visit the company at ITEXPO West 2010. To be held Oct. 4 to 6 in Los Angeles, ITEXPO (News - Alert) is the world’s premier IP communications event. Visit REVE Systems in booth #313. Don’t wait. Register now.
Stefania Viscusi is an assignment editor for TMCnet, covering voice and Voice over IP technologies. She also oversees production of TMCnet's e-Newsletters in the areas of Internet telephony and speech technology. To read more of Stefania's articles, please visit her columnist page.
Edited by Stefania Viscusi