Houston-based international calling services provider VOXOFON reportedly has released an automatic routing application for BlackBerry (News - Alert) smartphones.
The new app, pictured below, follows the company’s new service on mobile phones using the Android platform. VOXOFON (News - Alert) says it’s the first service to offer transparent call cost optimization for both the T-Mobile G1 and Blackberry phones.
Blackberry users can just log on to www.voxofon.com and test the application, with instructions and a short video showing how to use the service.
Users can start making calls just after installation. The company offers the lowest prices of any comparable service, with international calls beginning at 1.3 cents per minute and no additional fees or monthly subscriptions. Also, VOXOFON offers the most calling options, such as setup for a call-back to any phone the user designates.
Alexey Goloshubin, president and CEO of VOXOFON, says he expects the Blackberry application to get positive reviews, especially from business customers.
“Blackberrys are the most widely used hand-held device in the business community, and with a struggling economy, companies with offices or customers abroad should welcome the tremendous cost savings available through this service, as well as its ease-of-use,” Goloshubin said. “Users can simply place calls on the phone as usual, using the phone’s address book or keypad, and VOXOFON will automatically re-route the international calls.”
VOXOFON offers wide range of international calling services that allow customers to call using their computer, their land line, their cell phone or a smart phone, including a convenient web application for iPhone (News - Alert).
Calls can be made from a PC with no requirement for special software, and VOXOFON customers can use their accounts as virtual calling cards. The company even offers a service that provides local phone numbers in 54 countries, allowing customers to make international calls while paying the local rate.
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Edited by Michael Dinan