Mobile VoIP Featured Articles

  • Autodialers &, VoIP Lines Are a Gray Area for TCPA
    The language of the TCPA extends beyond just cell numbers, and it states that "making any call…using any [ATDS] or an artificial or prerecorded voice…to any telephone number assigned to a paging service, cellular telephone service, specialized mobile radio service, or other radio common carrier service, or any service for which the called party is charged for the call" counts as a call. Ergo, the Judge ruled in favor of Lynn... Read More
  • Mobile VoIP and UC Market to be Worth $17.38B by 2019
    Because VoIP requires so much less infrastructure than traditional cellular or landline telephone networks, mobile carriers can deliver it at lower prices. Mobile VoIP also tantalizingly offers higher audio quality on phone calls as well as easier access to powerful business calling features thanks to cloud-based technology and unified communications.. Read More
  • Tips to Select the Right Mobile VoIP Provider
    Has your team gone mobile? A number of companies have had professionals in the field for years, while others are following suit now that the technology available to support mobility is affordable and in place. Companies are embracing voice over Internet Protocol (VoIP), especially now that mobile VoIP availability is growing. The key to ultimate success, however, is determining the right solutions for your unique environment and selecting the right provider to deliver those solutions... Read More
  • New Report Analyzes Global VoIP Market
    Visiongain expected carriers to fight back against OTT services. One example would be the fight over "net neutrality" rules in the U.S., with broadband providers trying to use measures to keep customers from using services like Netflix. These providers are also fighting back, reaching out to both the public and lawmakers to keep net neutrality... Read More
  • 4 Reasons You Should Consider Mobile VoIP
    Believe it or not, these two trends are key reasons to support a move to VoIP. When you do so internally, you can extend support to those employees in the field through mobile VoIP. As a result, you can deliver better access and support, while also enhancing overall productivity... Read More
  • India Embracing VoIP at a Rapid Pace
    The Indian VoIP market is expected to grow at a 27 percent annual growth rate over the next five years, according to a recent report by India VoIP Market Forecast & Opportunities, and this is due to increased broadband and cellular adoption, in addition to socio-economic factors... Read More
  • Why Mobile VoIP is Good for Business
    The word is out that Voice over Internet Protocol (VoIP) is good for business. It streamlines communications, greatly reduces the cost burden on the organization and allows for the extension of greater capabilities across all users. Still, even with these benefits understood, adoption is not 100 percent among the business community... Read More
  • REVE Systems Latest Version of iTel Switch Plus Helps Entrepreneurs Grow As Carriers
    Last but not least, version 6.0 comes with an online payment gateway, which allows end users to pay service providers with major credit cards. In addition, resellers can now configure their own payment gateways from a personalized panel to take payments from their own clients. PayPal, Authorized.net, eProcessing, CASHU & Payment Wall are included... Read More
  • North America's Hosted IP Telephony & UCC Services Market Sound, Not Without Challenges
    Basically, the projections suggest much of what is known in most any business; the businesses that want to survive the longest will do the job better than anyone else in the field and for less expense to the customer. Naturally, some will do well with premium service at premium prices and others will do well in the value-market niche. In this regard, the hosted IP market and UCC services market is really no different from most other retail markets. So those companies who work in the field should put some real focus into innovation, into supplying that which no one else can or will, and look to keep more standard services on hand at market-beating rates... Read More
  • VoIP Enables Mobility, Flexibility and Cost Savings for Today's BYOD Corporate Culture
    VoIP technologies have undergone massive improvements over the past couple of decades, and the poor sound quality, "echo," and duplex mismatch errors that previously plagued offerings have been mostly eliminated. Today's VoIP apps and equipment offer built-in troubleshooting to provide high levels of quality, and many solutions include valuable additions like texting, chat, conferencing and even video calls... Read More
  • Net Neutrality & Mobile VoIP: Strange Bedfellows
    Net neutrality-the practice by which all traffic on the Internet is considered identical to all other traffic-has proven to be a major hot-button issue over the last couple of years or so now, and for the most part, the public wants it. Public opinion, according to reports, is running about 99 percent in favor of net neutrality, but much of that remaining one percent comprises some major corporations with quite a bit of clout. Indeed, some are already wondering what kind of effect net neutrality has on voice over Internet protocol (VoIP) services, and several effects are starting to materialize... Read More
  • Will Verizon's VoLTE be OTT's Disconnect Moment?
    Advanced Calling 1.0 offers up quite a bit that's worth considering, and plenty that will likely be enjoyed. The downside here, though, is that there are also plenty of issues, like an incredibly finicky system that will only operate for the right users in the right areas using the right devices. How many Verizon users has Verizon effectively eliminated from using its own program because of all of these restrictions? Will this really fare well against established OTT services that probably already have user bases by now?.. Read More
  • Hosted UC Might be Cheaper Than You Think
    For starters, modern Hosted UC platforms are both lower priced and higher quality than almost any plan offered by either mobile or a landline-based network. This is because Voice over IP (VoIP) phone networks transmit more signals faster by converting them into compact packets of data and sending it through the Internet using a broadband Internet connection (a business necessity on its own)... Read More
  • Vonjour Offering VoIP for the iPhone with BYOD in Mind
    In the future, the company plans on continuing its growth with both greater diversification and technological innovation, in order to deliver a better product to more customers. Recently, hardware-based IP phone networks have been on the decline while hosted networks have become more profitable... Read More
  • REVE Systems to Bring Wholesale IP Switching Platform at Asian Carriers Conference 2014
    Confirming the participation, REVE Systems director of global Marketing, Sanjit Chatterjee said, "We are pleased to showcase our IP Switching platform before wholesale carriers from the Asian region. Our solution will enable them to manage large volumes of voice traffic with complete ease.".. Read More
  • Mobile VoIP is Driving Demand for Wholesale and Retail VoIP Opportunities
    The point is that the demand for VoIP is growing. Those offering wholesale VoIP or retail VoIP are taking advantage of opportunities in the market that weren't there just a few short years ago. Now that users can readily access mobile VoIP through apps and supported technology, the opportunity is even better. The key to success will always be quality calls and the customer experience as VoIP already has a strong value proposition. The key for providers to realize success will be to use the quality experience to stand out in the crowd... Read More
  • EU Likely to Let Facebook Buy WhatsApp and Offer Cheap Mobile VoIP
    For countries that want to control voice and SMS traffic or protect national telecom firms, the mix of WhatsApp and Facebook with voice calling could raise some objections. It will be hard for mobile operators to avoid having their margins cut if a Facebook-owned WhatsApp starts taking OTT calling mainstream... Read More
  • Offer Subscribers a PIN-less & Number-less Experience
    Long distance calling has always been a cause of concern due to high international calling rates. Users thereby preferred using calling cards so they could make calls at subsidized rates. The increased usage of calling cards diverted many service providers to the calling card business and while calling cards are popular, there is still a pain point associated with the usage of calling cards... Read More
  • Will Mobile VoIP Dip Before a VoLTE Boom?
    Research firm Infonetics has released a new report that forecasts the IMS equipment and VoIP would correct itself as more carriers prepare to deploy VoLTE networks nationwide... Read More
  • It's 2014: Do You Realize VoIP Works on Mobile?
    I've written so many articles over the years about VoIP, that I sometimes forget that I need to explain what VoIP stand for (voice-over-IP)... Read More
  • Let's Pause to Consider How Much Business Has Changed-and the Opportunities Still Out There
    Now we have mobile phones and VoIP, however. With mobile VoIP, it now is possible to have our phone calls follow us even when our cell phone dies. The same call can route to our office phone, follow us on the go by reaching our cell phone, and call our home phone at night (if we let it). We're always able to take calls nowadays, which changes the nature of calling and our relationship to it fundamentally... Read More
  • 4 Ways Mobile VoIP Deliver Benefits to Businesses
    There's nothing worse than paying for those roaming charges when your team has to travel overseas. You also don't want them to have to worry about multiple phones just to stay focused on the job. With mobile VoIP, they can send all of their calls over the data network and avoid these unnecessary charges... Read More
  • Corporate Demand for Hosted PBX Will Drive Rapid Adoption of Mobile VoIP
    Professionals in the field will more easily sync with corporate solutions when leveraged through hosted options. And, given the demand we're seeing across the market, don't be surprised if the next report focuses on the mobile VoIP options and the rapid pace of development and adoption... Read More
  • Emergency Response Numbers are Not Keeping Up with Technology and Society
    Then there are new abuses from the hacking of 911 systems. Recently a 12-year-old boy punked celebrities Ashton Kutcher and Justin Bieber by using the 911 system to dispatch a SWAT team to their homes, according to the The Register. The boy used a text telephone (TTY) used by the disabled to make his prank. These terminals are transferred to an operator, who will the call the emergency services and relay the information, thus circumventing much of the location and user information usually included in calls... Read More
  • Five Mobile Trends to Watch
    Smartphones have taken over the worlds of IT and communications and served as nothing less than a revolution for business and society. While just about everyone has a smartphone these days, however, the mobile industry is still very much growing and evolving... Read More
  • Will Mobile VoIP Increase with Legal Unlocking?
    Cell phone unlocking - it was an illegal activity for quite some time as carriers aimed to protect the investments they had made in their proprietary networks and developers wanted to protect copyrighted work. Apparently Washington saw this as unnecessary and a soon-to-be law is now just waiting the signature of President Obama... Read More
  • IPsmarx Enables Retailers to Generate Additional Revenue Streams
    Airtime remittance and international calling services have become a profitable business even for small time vendors like grocers and convenience stores. Even service providers have realized the benefits of enabling this segment, and are coming up with new plans to facilitate the selling of their services through small time vendors... Read More
  • iTel Switch Plus with Calling Cards Platform
    As billing is integrated in the softswitch, it is quite easy to manage customer billing. Also, the calling card Solution allows clients to use multiple carriers, so that customers can take the benefit of the least cost routing features. Active viewing of call details & account balances is also possible on the calling card module. Administrators can view the number of calling card users online. Due to the GUI billing platform, which is a web based platform, it becomes easy for administrators to access the Internet and gain easy management of the system... Read More
  • Will Mobile VoIP Become an Enterprise Channel of Choice?
    When it comes to mobile, most of us are onboard. We not only have a wireless plan in place, many of us also have a smartphone that we can't stand to be without for longer than a minute or two. It's a demonstration of the evolution of telecom and the distance we have come since the days of the switchboard operator. We're not just connected, we're also flocking to mobile VoIP... Read More
  • $1 Trillion for Telecom in Next Five Years
    In the telecom and datacom equipment and software industry, the race is on, and getting faster than ever... Read More
  • ABI Research Predicts Changes in LTE Chip Demand for Mobile Devices
    The kinds of LTE chips most in demand for mobile devices are changing over the next several years... Read More
  • African VoIP Carriers Value Speed and Loyalty for Increasing Growth over OTT Markets
    Until then, African mobile network operators will have to reduce prices and increase reliability before OTT markets have a chance to get off the ground. According to Fink, "$20 billion will not just fall into the laps of African operators - they'll have to make sure they fight for it. They also predict that OTT operators could cost carriers $63 billion per year if they don't react fast enough and in the correct way.".. Read More
  • Mobile VoIP Stakes its Claim in a Growing Market
    Companies seeking their fortunes in the telecommunications space may have landed on a prime opportunity. According to reports from the Telecommunications Industry Association, global spending in this space increased 5 percent to reach $5.1 trillion in 2013. While this increase is lower than the 7 percent reached in 2012, it still demonstrates strong opportunity... Read More
  • REVE Systems Carrier Billing Solution: Ultraefficient
    iTel Billing, an advanced VoIP billing software from REVE Systems, supports all models of Internet Telephony business: Retail Origination (Calling Cards, Call Shops, PC/Mobile Dialers), Wholesale Origination and Termination... Read More
  • Mobile VoIP Market Gets Boost from Messaging Apps Supporting eCommerce
    What do you think is the future of mobile? This is one industry that has evolved so quickly, it's tough to keep pace with the latest innovations and anticipated outcomes. Often, before we even realize we want a capability, the manufacturer or carrier is making it available. One thing we did know we wanted was mobile VoIP, we just weren't sure how it was going to arrive... Read More
  • Mobile VoIP Set to Explode in Nigeria
    Have you ever heard of anyone preferring a landline over a mobile or mobile VoIP connection? I've heard it mentioned by the mother who wants to be sure her babysitter has a way to call out maybe. But in the business world, it's getting harder to find the individual company that prefers to stay connected through traditional technology... Read More
  • How Mobile VoIP is Taking the Desk Phone on the Road
    To make use of mobile VoIP on a smartphone, users generally just login with their business credentials so they can receive and make calls from a business line. This also provides for access to the company voicemail directory, to send and receive online faxes and even to join in on conference calls. Again, all of these things happen, regardless of location... Read More
  • Mobile VoIP Provider Sets its Sights on CommunicAsia 2014
    Part of that effort includes the company's participation in CommunicAsia 2014. REVE Systems is on hand in Singapore for the event this week. An information and communications technology (ICT) event, CommunicAsia 2014 has the mobile VoIP provider showcasing its primary solution for a variety of communication service providers... Read More
  • REVE Systems Revs Up iTel Switch Plus
    Mobile solutions provider REVE Systems has continued to focus its efforts on delivering the features service providers demand. To meet increasing needs for scalability, the company has revved up its iTel Switch Plus offering in version 6.0.0... Read More
  • Wheelings & Dealings: Mobile Gaming Future Promising
    Mobile VoIP ties into the social messaging landscape because it's a cheap way to reach someone while still using a handheld device. Whether it's social messaging or a phone call, consumers and business folk are relying on their devices instead of a desk phone, so the more options available, the better... Read More
  • REVE Systems Answers Common Questions About iTel Switch Plus
    The hosted environment is one that continues to be touted to audiences everywhere who are willing to listen. For some, it's a no brainer to make the switch and start enjoying the benefits without the associated costs. For others, migrating to a situation where a third party is responsible for the hardware and support of a vital business element is enough to cause unwanted stress. If the technology in question is the hosted softswitch, it doesn't have to leave you wondering, but it can leave you in a better position than when you started... Read More
  • Unified Communications Prized for Telecommuting, Messaging and Video Features
    As markets tighten for just about every industry, thanks in large part to the Internet and the global economy, finding a business edge is more important than ever... Read More
  • Want Mobile VoIP without Skype? We've Got Options
    Throughout the years, long distance charges were a part of doing business. Every company encountered them, adjusted their targets to ensure the budget covered them and sought ways to streamline communications to avoid them. The arrival of the Internet and VoIP helped create a whole new pathway to staying connected across the miles. Mobile entered the mix and now mobile VoIP offers another method for low cost communications... Read More
  • Mobile Operator Activity is Fueling IMS Growth in North America & Asia Pacific
    Better communications continue to be in demand throughout the global marketplace. Users are increasingly adopting smartphones to stay on the move. There are multiple channels of communications to help meet consumer demand. Voice over Internet Protocol (VoIP) integrates voice across the data network and is the basis for the hosted softswitch, bringing collaboration capabilities to the next level... Read More
  • What it Takes to Win at the Mobile VoIP Business: Beyond Tech
    Who wouldn't want to save money? That's the principal value proposition of mobile VoIP, and why an increasing number of people are choosing to make their mobile calls using VoIP instead of minutes from their cellular provider. VoIP is far cheaper than cellular minutes-and more convenient... Read More
  • What it Takes to Start a Mobile VoIP Business
    Mobile VoIP is hot. Now that just about everybody is sporting a smartphone of some kind, people are starting to realize that they can save money by using VoIP for their calling instead of going through their cellular provider... Read More
  • iBasis, P4 Offer HD Voice Interconnection
    iBasis, a subsidiary of the Dutch carrier KPN, and P4, a Polish mobile carrier, have launched mobile HD voice service interconnection between P4' s PLAY brand and KPN Mobile... Read More
  • REVE Systems Showing Off Mobile VoIP and Wholesale Softswitch to Carriers in Chicago
    Singapore-based VoIP software provider REVE Systems continues to push forward and make a name for itself in the competitive market with enhancements to its mobile VoIP and softswitch solutions for carriers... Read More
  • Is BlackBerry Planning Its Own Skype?
    While BlackBerry hasn't been on the good end of much in the way of news lately, there's no denying that the former powerhouse isn't giving up its market position without a fight. A new report suggests that BlackBerry may have a new service in mind that draws on the power of its BlackBerry Messenger (BBM) service and allows its users to stay better connected, and said service is already being compared to Skype... Read More
  • Mobile VoIP via WebRTC? Here's How
    WebRTC and VoIP both aim to enhance the user experience and enable any consumer device to seamlessly connect from anywhere and on any network, but WebRTC differs in that it is focused solely on browser-based communications. Typically, we've seen "VoIP versus WebRTC," as the experts have put these technologies against each other, however, the WebRTC media engine is quite similar to the traditional VoIP media engine, so using one to make the other mobile just makes sense... Read More
  • Start Seeking Google Voice Alternatives Before Time Is Up
    Mobile VoIP solutions from REVE Systems have brought drastic changes in the field. REVE System provides various types of Mobile VoIP Software / products depending on your mobile VoIP needs... Read More
  • Mobile VoIP Just Got Better: REVE Systems Adds IM to iTel Mobile Dialer Express
    Smartphone penetration is increasing across the globe today as more users realize the benefit of carrying mobile devices that do more than just make phone calls. In the U.S. mobile market alone, smartphone penetration reached 65.2 percent during Q4, comScor uncovered... Read More
  • Sponsored Data and Mobile VoIP: Two Ways for Operators to Differentiate
    In a survey of 1,000 U.S. smartphone users by Wakefield Research on behalf of Citrix, roughly 82 percent said they were aware of their data cap and it limited their app usage. Users of Apple's iPhones were the most concerned... Read More
  • REVE Systems Helps Prevent Data Loss with iTel Data Back Up Module
    Data loss has been a prime issue for VoIP service providers. This occurs due to an HDD crash of primary switch servers. It's especially devastating because data loss results in a huge loss of revenue and creates unhappy customers... Read More
  • iTel Mobile Dialer Express Puts VoIP on Your Smart Device
    As mobile phone usage starts to take the place of its landline counterpart, both businesses and consumers are in search of inexpensive ways to communicate with contacts across the globe. With VoIP being the worldwide phenomenon that it is, text messaging and long-distance calls have seen a decrease over mobile networks since mobile VoIP services are more easily available. Network providers are now also in constant battle to compete with consumer's attraction to VoIP's smart costs... Read More
  • Will Consumers Pay More for Mobile VoIP?
    WhatsApp isn't gaining 1 million new users a day because it offers truly original features that other solutions can't provide; basically WhatsApp is just a slightly more advanced chat client. Almost everyone who has a cell phone already has the ability to send text messages and instantly send each other photos... Read More
  • Bandwidth Optimization Lets Callers Experience VoIP as it was Made to Sound
    If a customer tries to use VoIP and he can't understand the person on the other end, it tells the user that the VoIP service is not to be relied upon. If a person tries to make a call and can't even connect to the phone network, it says that the VoIP service isn't even useful. Both are epic fails... Read More
  • Mobile VoIP Security: A Very Serious Matter
    This is not simply two passwords that can be compromised. Because the security device generates a new password each time, learning the secondary password doesn't compromise security. A user needs both the softswitch password and the security device to gain access; one will not suffice without the other, ensuring that a stolen password or even a stolen security device is not enough... Read More
  • AWAAZ Brings Efficient Mobile VoIP to Android
    Voice over Internet Protocol (VoIP) telephony is already used in businesses around the nation because it provides them with an alternative phone system with higher audio quality and lower monthly bills. Because calls are routed over the Internet instead of public phone channels, they can be digitized into data signals that are much more efficient to transmit. Previously this service was only practical replacements for landline phones such as those within homes and businesses, but a recently launched Android app called AWAAZ promises to bring VoIP calls to the mobile market... Read More
  • REVE Systems Honored for Excellence in UC
    As companies throughout the world have adopted the benefits associated with the all-IP environment, vendors are readily popping up to try and meet the growing demand. In the process, the market has become more crowded and companies have more options than ever before. The challenge now, is identifying those IP softswitch providers who bring quality and competitive pricing to the table and support the customer's initiatives for the long term... Read More
  • Calling Card Apps Improve the Mobile VoIP Experience
    VoIP service providers also benefit as they can offer the Calling Card App as a service for their customer base. The app supports Android, iOS and BlackBerry platforms and with white label branding options, they can leverage the iTel Mobile Hybrid Dialer as their own, increasing brand visibility while further driving customer loyalty... Read More
  • Are You Ready to Select the Right Hosted Softswitch?
    If you have already made significant investments in your desktop hardware, however, you may want your hosted softswitch to simply feed the communication data through your current network. If you are accustomed to the control afforded with the PBX, you may want a virtual PBX option that still moves operation away from your equipment, but gives you more control over how it operates... Read More
  • Fixed Line Communication Could Meet its Demise in 15 Years Thanks to VoIP
    There have been several reports out lately forecasting that we can expect to see about 130 million people making mobile video calls in just four years. One factor that makes this a possibility is the current push to deploy 4G LTE networks. A byproduct of LTE networks covering so much ground in so many regions is the technological advancements in VoIP and VoLTE... Read More
  • How to Profit with VoIP No Matter Which Route You Choose
    Second, security is a vital concern when it comes to VoIP. It is important that VoIP providers have a way to limit damage when a customer's smartphone is stolen. In developing countries, this issue can be even more pronounced... Read More
  • eSBC Market Up Thanks to SIP Trunking
    It's that time once again to check in with the enterprise session border controller (eSBC) market to get a handle on how it performed over the last quarter. In this specific overview, Infonetics Research has reported on the fourth quarter of 2013 and provides financial numbers and performance for the entire year... Read More
  • Advanced Carrier IP Market to Grow
    As more people opt for smartphones and other devices, this will drive demand for more advanced services from carriers. They've been struggling to keep up with the sheer amount of data that smartphones push across their networks, so there's a big incentive to upgrade if they want to keep their customers... Read More
  • Will Mobile VoIP Replace Voice Communications?
    It appears the answer is, "Yes" as carriers are even embracing this shifting landscape, augmenting their mobile broadband networks with small cells and Wi-Fi offloads. Wireless carriers and telecommunications companies are shifting into the role of data brokers and opportunities will be found in smart and embedded devices that allow the user to take communications to the next level... Read More
  • Access to the Hosted Softswitch Just Got Better
    The demand for better communications is consistently on the rise as access to more advanced technology is improving. Companies no longer need to invest in significant in-house communications deployments as the cloud has introduced a seamless experience that is now under the management of a third party. The hosted softswitch is the perfect example and REVE Systems is on a course for innovation... Read More
  • REVE Systems Takes Mobile VoIP to Mobile World Congress
    Mobile World Congress is underway already in Barcelona, Spain and companies from across the globe are displaying the latest and greatest in tech. While mobile is the central focus of the event, solutions from wearable tech, to mobile apps and video solutions, are making waves... Read More
  • Carrier Investment in VoIP is Strong, Report Finds
    The company's iTel Switch Plus solution is a carrier-grade softswitch that features multi-level reseller support, easy end user interface, integrated billing, and class 4 &5 softswitch features. By offering innovations such as the option to have an infinite number of reseller levels and never-go-negative balance protection, the company is well positioned for the VoIP growth as firms of all sizes make the move to IP... Read More
  • REVE Systems Shows Off for South Asian Carriers
    Singapore-based REVE Systems offers mobile VoIP, softswitch, billing and bandwidth optimization solutions for providers looking to have a leg up on the competition in today's demanding market... Read More
  • Providers Looking to Diversify in Tightening VoIP Market
    Making the transition can be challenging, though, which is where REVE comes into the picture. The company delivers solutions that enable the core line of business, but in the process they bring something extra to the table. This enables firms to gently add services and offerings, easily differentiating and expanding business without having to make a dramatic departure from the core business or invest in a lot of new infrastructure as part of a major new initiative... Read More
  • VoIP Can Be an Equalizer for Small Business
    Mobile VoIP enables employees at companies of any size to take the office with them when they telecommute or work from outside the office, starting the day with calls at the office, continuing the day's calls while on the go from a smartphone, and ending the business day from a home office... Read More
  • Why Quality Voice Isn't Enough to Secure Mobile VoIP Revenue
    Voice was once a great revenue stream for mobile operators everywhere. Consumers and professionals wanted to stay connected regardless of location and they were willing to pay a premium for the convenience. While live calls from any location can still take place, the availability of mobile VoIP has changed the business model in terms of revenue generation and providers now have to include value added services if they hope to remain competitive... Read More
  • Hosted Softswitch Opportunity Rich in China
    Traditional Internet phone service companies will hold significant appeal for hardware providers and mobile phone application developers as they seek to improve overall quality. Companies like REVE Systems have already addressed this challenge in its solutions, delivering a turnkey hosted softswitch solution supported by a proven network of quality connections... Read More
  • Mobile VoIP Demand Grows, Turnkey Solutions Hold More Appeal
    Today, companies like REVE Systems are extending mobile VoIP solutions for carriers wishing to get in on the opportunity in this space and meet growing consumer demand. The company's iTel Dialer Express provides operators with a turnkey offering available on all smartphone platforms. By leveraging this capability, carriers can quickly leverage new revenue opportunities without infrastructure build out or risk, extending the value of their brand to a whole new market... Read More
  • REVE Systems Brings Mobile VoIP to Miami
    Singapore-based mobile VoIP provider REVE Systems offers service providers the solutions they need to compete in today's mobile market... Read More
  • Call Shops: Another Option for Long Distance Calling
    For service providers, Call Shops are an easy way to earn additional profit. To assist with making this management a breeze, mobile VoIP solutions provider REVE Systems offers a dedicated Call Shop module for use with its iTel Switch Plus Platform... Read More
  • Net Neutrality Vanishes - Will This Hurt Mobile VoIP Providers?
    The success of mobile VoIP rests solely on the low cost and the user experience. If one or both are sacrificed because ISPs aren't required to ensure QoE and deem it a low class of service, the branded service is damaged. The user won't care what the ISP is doing; they will associate the experience with the provider. And, without net neutrality, we should expect a whole new pricing structure to emerge... Read More
  • FirstIn Wireless Technologies Aims Big at Cellular Long Distance and Roaming Charges Market
    FirstIn Wireless Technologies, a mobile telecommunication company specializing in mobile roaming and long distance charge savings, is planning to enter the highly promising cellular long distance and roaming charges market... Read More
  • The Beauty of Calling Cards
    If there are only two things that can ruin a traveler's journey, its lost luggage, and high calling costs. While there isn't always much we can do about how airlines handle our luggage in route to our destination, there is something to be done about exuberant calling rates when trying to communicate from long distances... Read More
  • Better Integrated VoIP Systems Could Improve Emergency Response Services
    For anyone who has ever had to make a call to 911, it is well understood that time is of the essence in a life-or-death situation. That's why call response times need to be as fast as possible for all incoming calls, ensuring that nobody is forced to endure a busy signal or have an automated attendant tell them to hold while their house is burning down... Read More
  • Tips for Safe Mobile VoIP Calling
    Staying connected on the move has always been the priority in mobile communications. To provide more control over access and costs, a number of mobile users have embraced the opportunity to leverage mobile VoIP. This technology not only allows for lower cost communications, it also eliminates many of the barriers that exist when users travel outside of their home country... Read More
  • Enterprise Users: Beware of Mobile VoIP Security
    The value of VoIP is almost undisputed at this point, from cost savings to feature set, flexibility and mobility. But VoIP must be secure, at least when it comes to corporate use. Terms such as that now included with Facebook's service are frankly inappropriate for any business with trade secrets or competition... Read More
  • It's 2014. Make Way for Mobile VoIP
    Now that we've entered a new year, we will start to see how and why we consume the technologies that we do, setting new trends as said technologies evolve and become part of our every day processes. As mobility has paved the way for newer services, and with the proliferation of mobile devices and savvier applications, we can expect to see mobile VoIP become an important technology in 2014... Read More
  • VoLTE Expected to Make Its Big Debut in 2014
    While cellular companies in the U.S. and abroad continue expanding and improving upon their 4G network builds and marketing campaigns, they are also looking forward to finally introduce VoLTE to the mix. Voice over LTE is expected to launch in a significant way in 2014... Read More
  • REVE Systems Discusses Advances in Mobile VoIP, Plans for 2014
    As the number of users with a mobile phone continues to climb across the globe, new technologies and solutions that make calling and communicating with those devices easier and more affordable, are introduced regularly... Read More
  • JD.com Granted One of First Licenses in China to Resell Mobile Telecom Services
    China's Ministry of Industry and Information Technology has awarded JD.com one of the first licenses in China to resell mobile telecom services... Read More
  • Why VoIP Should Include Mobile
    The two main reasons companies are turning to VoIP is the ability to streamline communications and eliminate the need to manage the system in-house. When this capability is extended to the mobile professional, the company is able to realize the full benefits of the VoIP connection, including streamlined costs and consistent performance. If a customer calls the office to reach a particular person, the call is easily transferred to a mobile device in another state. The experience is seamless for both parties... Read More
  • New Mobile VoIP and Airline Partnership Raises Questions about Plane Phone Usage
    A debate in the U.S. has recently sprung back to life regarding whether or not it is safe and acceptable to use cell phones while planes are in flight. Lobbyists for cell phone companies are obviously quite enthusiastic about the potential lowering of cell phone usage while in flight. It is interesting that opponents of the measure are spending less time arguing about the potential health and safety concerns, but rather simply noting that airplanes are the last bastion of peace for many people, the only place where they can rest assured that they won't have to endure the chatter of individuals arguing with spouses or, sometimes worse, just laughing and shooting the breeze with someone to pass the time... Read More
  • Australia's Do Not Call List Swells, Mobile VoIP Gaining Attention
    Telemarketers are basically just going where the money is, or rather in this case, where the people are. This in turn is likely leaving Australians who'd rather not deal with telemarketers-and this is likely a pretty large batch of people-looking to other means like a Do Not Call registry to keep phones quiet. Increasing numbers of sign-ups suggest that it's working, and working well, but only time will tell if it continues to do so, or an increasingly digital economy simply spawns better telemarketers... Read More
  • REVE Systems' iTel Mobile Hybrid Dialer Used to Create YTALK HD Dialer
    Thanks to its iTel Mobile Hybrid Dialer base, YTALK also allows for the use of calling cards. Put simply, the iTel Mobile Hybride Dialer automates the use of calling cards, meaning users don't need to remember the access number, PIN and destination number every time they make a call. The app also offers straightforward mobile VoIP functionality... Read More
  • China Mobile International Brings Jego VoIP App to Canada
    China Mobile International is apparently looking to extend its reach beyond the borders of its home country, not via traditional mobile coverage, but with VoIP. Specifically, the carrier launched a free mobile app called Jego about a month ago as a way to both provide its subscribers with roaming service and capture a whole new customer base. While this may seem like old news, there's been a new development with Jego: It has expanded to Canada... Read More
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    Now, REVE Systems has gone platinum with its pricing plans and a slew of new branding options from icons to headers that will offer your customers a chance to really stand out from the crowd... Read More
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    Providers like REVE Systems offer applications that allow users to make VoIP calls right from their mobile devices. For service providers, an optimal feature is custom branding. With the REVE Systems solution, the Mobile Dialer can run using whatever branding you choose... Read More
  • PBX Segment Manages Q3 Gains Despite Overall Enterprise Telephony Downtrend
    Even though the market has been tough for enterprise telephony this past year, a new report from market research firm Infonetics Research indicates that the PBX segment is still doing quite well. The report is the latest update to the firm's quarterly Enterprise Unified Communications and Voice Equipment research, offering information for the third quarter of the year... Read More
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    The carrier IP telephony market was down two percent overall during the third quarter as compared to the same period last year, according to a new report from the Dell'Oro Group. However, the situation isn't as clear cut as it would at first seem since sales of IP multimedia subsystem (IMS) core, session border controller (SBC) and voice application server (VAS) systems grew 55 percent, almost managing to offset declines in the mature softswitch and media gateway segments... Read More
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  • BYOD, Mobile Devices Shaking Up Workplace Communications
    It's great to be able to work from anywhere, largely uncaring about conditions on the ground. As long as there's power and a working Internet connection, it's entirely possible to go to work. Anyone in the Midwest hit by that line of storms this weekend is likely seeing that point clearly, but by like token, this major sea change in the way we live and work is bringing with it some major changes. Particularly, changes are hitting the business communications market, and forcing providers to reconsider the future thanks to new developments like the bring your own device (BYOD) doctrine... Read More
  • Although Network Investments Have a Serious Focus, Most U.K. Businesses are not BYOD-Ready
    Earlier this year, in July, a research study conducted by the Ponemon Institute found that about 60 percent of U.K. businesses have no personal device policy in place when it comes to BYOD. A new, report called the Network Benchmark Report, shows that things are a little different in the U.K than they are in the U.S... Read More

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