A new version of the Call Global iPhone (News
) app is currently available in iTunes. With this latest version of the mobile VoIP app, the users can enjoy the facility to make high definition VoIP calls over their 3G Network at no additional charge. Presently, mobile VoIP calls are not restricted to WIFI zones.
The iPhone users are now able to make HD VoIP calls from any location where signal is available. Earlier, VoIP calls were limited to WIFI zones. This results in the restriction of free and economical VoIP calls to user's home or office.
With the provision of a free or low cost calling option, the mobile VoIP apps have been saving iPhone user's call costs throughout last year. Call Global intends to help consumers to save more money by offering a low cost calling alternative which can be used as freely as their cell service.
Recently, Skype (News
) has released their latest version with VoIP over 3G calling facilities. Still, Skype had to face a lot of complaints from Web commentators when it decided to impose call charges for 3G calls between Skype users next year.
Call Global is not planning to obstruct consumer savings by charging an additional fee for VoIP calls made over a 3G network. It is offering this innovation to their customers at no extra cost.
In a release Sean Gill who is the chief marketing officer at Call Global said, "High quality VoIP calls over 3G networks is the next great step in telecom innovation. Mobile VoIP apps have begun to shake up the mobile industry by providing consumers low-cost calling alternatives. Now they will begin to reshape the industry by turning these low cost alternatives into high quality services, which rival the call quality of mobile carriers and can be used as freely as consumer's current mobile services. Innovation reshapes industries. VoIP innovation is without a doubt reshaping the telecom industry."
Next month, Call Global is planning to shake up telecom industry by introducing the Call Global App on 4 additional smart phone platforms. The Call Global App plans to make sure the availability on all versions of BlackBerry, Android (News
), Windows Live and Symbian smartphones.
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Edited by Erin Harrison