Copenhagen and London, May, 2009 – Vopium, the leading international mobile communications company, today announces the launch of its free application on BlackBerry App World™. As the world’s first mobile VoIP application available on BlackBerry App World™, the launch cements Vopium’s commitment to offering consumers and businesses worldwide a free and heavily-discounted international communications service.
Vopium’s award winning technology takes advantage of 3G, GSM, WiFi and GPRS networks and doesn’t limit users to just using WiFi hotspots. Vopium automatically re-routes calls via the cheapest available route, ensuring that customers are always able to save money when calling international numbers. Once downloaded, the Vopium application on BlackBerry App World™ seamlessly integrates with the address book. It intelligently recognises international numbers and automatically re-routes calls without the need for user input. When an international number is dialed, the call is made using the cheapest method available while also preserving the highest level of call quality.
The launch of Vopium on BlackBerry App World ™ comes hot on the heels of the company’s iPhone application. Vopium is now compatible with more than 500 devices across all operating systems including Windows Mobile, Symbian and Java. Users that download and register Vopium from BlackBerry’s App World, will receive 30 minutes of free calls and 30 text messages (SMS). To view a step-by-step registration guide for the [Only registered and activated users can see links. ].
“Whilst consumers and businesses alike are looking to save money where they can, they don’t want to compromise on quality. Vopium is dedicated to helping friends, families and businesses communicate, regardless of where they are in the world, providing the same high level of call quality they’re used to receiving with their mobile operators,” said Vopium CEO, Tanveer Sharif. “Vopium on BlackBerry App World will enable the millions of BlackBerry users to significantly cut their international call costs whether these are for business or pleasure.”
Last edited by Vopium; 7th May 2009 at 12:01.