September 15, 2008
i2Telecom Launches MyGlobalTalk Smartphone Application
By Jai C.S., TMCnet Contributing Editor
i2Telecom (News - Alert) International, a developer of Voice-over-Internet Protocol (VoIP) products and services, has launched MyGlobalTalk for BlackBerry and Windows Mobile users.
MyGlobalTalk is a patent-pending proprietary software application that when installed in a cell phone, will automatically route calls over i2Telecom’s VoIP network.
With the offering, users can make international and long distance mobile calls irrespective of wireless carrier, smartphone handset make, or voice/data plan for as low as two cents per minute anywhere in the world.
MyGlobalTalk service also allows those users who do not have a Windows Mobile 5.0/6.0 Smartphone, Blackberry or Pocket PC, to still achieve many of the benefits of MyGlobalTalk through MyGlobalTalk Bridge, which allows them to access their VoIP service from any phone.
“Today’s economy requires business executives to be smart about how they push business forward domestically and abroad, and MyGlobalTalk provides a high-quality, low-cost option for their communications needs,” said Paul Arena, chief executive officer of i2Telecom.
Sign up and membership to the MyGlobalTalk service is free and customers will have to only pay for the calls they make -- no contracts, connection fees, monthly or minimum charges.
i2Telecom’s product suite includes VoiceStick, MyGlobalTalk, Digital Portal communications and microgateway adapters and its patent pending services technology platform is compliant with the Session Initiation Protocol (News - Alert) (SIP) telecommunications industry standard.
i2Telecom is a Platinum sponsor of INTERNET TELEPHONY Conference & EXPO — the biggest and most comprehensive IP communications event of the year. Taking place in Los Angeles, California, September 16-18, 2008, featuring three valuable days of exhibits, conferences, and networking opportunities you can’t afford to miss. Visit i2Telecom in the meeting room at the show.
Jai C.S. is a contributing editor for TMCnet. To read more of Jai's articles, please visit his columnist page.
Edited by Stefania Viscusi