Voiceserve’s Voipswitch Mobile Application, Receives Symbian Signed Status
News) announced through its Voipswitch operation which develops innovative
VoIP telecom solutions that it has received Symbian Signed status for its new
mobile software module the “Vippie Mobile for Symbian”. Vippie Mobile
connects to Internet using either Wifi, GPRS, EDGE or UMTS. The mobile phone
end-user utilizing a unit with the Symbian functions, on the selects the
connection option when starting the application.
Symbian OS is a leading operating system designed for mobile devices,
developed by Symbian Ltd, a company recently acquired by Nokia (Nokia Corp:
NOK). Statistics published
share of the smart mobile devices.
“The new assigned status is a major break through for the company
enabling Voipswitch licensees to spring forward into the mobile telecom
arena. We are very confident, with the mobile feature added to our long list
of modules, Voipswitch will continue to make its mark within the telephony
arena attracting a broad spectrum of clientele globally,” said Mr.
With the launch of the Vippie Mobile software for Symbian and windows
mobile phones, the company is confidant that the release for other mobile
systems including Iphone and Blackberry users will be completed within the
next few months.
About Voiceserve, Inc.
Voiceserve is a
primarily on delivering affordable next generation services to Internet
Telephony Providers (ITSPs) located in the
Internet Protocol (VoIP) management platform licensing solution for
resellers, VoIP airtime minutes bundled with optional convenient features,
including virtual numbers, direct dial, web callback, and call forwarding,
IP-PBX, and mobile softphone technology. More information about Voipswitch
can be found on http://www.voipswitch.com A complete profile about the
Voiceserve Group is located at http://www.voiceservegroup.com
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SOURCE Voiceserve, Inc.