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Tuesday, April 08, 2008

JAJAH to Develop Native VoIP Application for Apple's iPhone

image JAJAH announced their plan to develop native global VoIP application for the iPhone by participating in the iPhone Developer Program. The new VoIP application is expected to be available this summer, close to the iPhone 2.0 software release.

The new JAJAH Mobile VoIP client for the iPhone will enable two ways to make free or low-cost global calls to any phone in the world:

1) JAJAH's known callback service ideal for low bandwidth locations and

2) the sole use of a Wi-Fi network.


This blended VoIP application assures premium call quality and affordable international calling rates at any location. With Wi-Fi support, all international and long-distance callers will be able to place calls via airport hotspots, coffee shops or any other desired Wi-Fi location.

"JAJAH was one of the first in line to support the launch of the iPhone. Now with the release of the iPhone SDK, we are excited to develop a native VoIP application that will improve productivity and enhance the communication capabilities of mobile professionals with added security," said Frederik Hermann, Director, Global Marketing. "JAJAH adds global mobile VoIP functionality and with enterprise level support, soon companies will give employees a choice of an iPhone vs. the BlackBerry."

JAJAH has already proven its Mobile VoIP client capabilities enhancing the world's first mobile broadband operator EMobile with a pre-installed native VoIP client on all of EMobile's EM One handheld devices.

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