Raketu offers VoIP to BlackBerry

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RaketuRaketu is busting out some cheap international calling rates through a browser-based application for BlackBerry. To see just how cheap we’re talking, check out their rates page and see what you can get for your area – I know I was pretty happy with the results. Outside of that, Raketu also offers this cool social networking/TV thing called Raketu TV. As for their new voice over IP calling service, head on over to blackberry.raketu.com on your mobile browser to sign up.

  • Andy Kay

    I’ve been trying out Raketu .. They have a very very rudimentary web page .. and I have a need to call International often. Gone are the days when people were expected to pay anything more than $0.20/min for a call to ANY country. I like the rates, at Raketu, but the web app (pronounced – webpage) is very clunky. I like Cellity.com A nice little app sits on the BlackBerry & just sends the call-trigger info securely to their website. The usability is very nice!

    My point: Raketu, would love to use you, only coz you got the time of day on bbcool.com; but please put out a j2me app.

    regards,

  • Andy Kay

    I’ve been trying out Raketu .. They have a very very rudimentary web page .. and I have a need to call International often. Gone are the days when people were expected to pay anything more than $0.20/min for a call to ANY country. I like the rates, at Raketu, but the web app (pronounced – webpage) is very clunky. I like Cellity.com A nice little app sits on the BlackBerry & just sends the call-trigger info securely to their website. The usability is very nice!

    My point: Raketu, would love to use you, only coz you got the time of day on bbcool.com; but please put out a j2me app.

    regards,

  • Andy Kay

    I’ve been trying out Raketu .. They have a very very rudimentary web page .. and I have a need to call International often. Gone are the days when people were expected to pay anything more than $0.20/min for a call to ANY country. I like the rates, at Raketu, but the web app (pronounced – webpage) is very clunky. I like Cellity.com A nice little app sits on the BlackBerry & just sends the call-trigger info securely to their website. The usability is very nice!

    My point: Raketu, would love to use you, only coz you got the time of day on bbcool.com; but please put out a j2me app.

    regards,

  • Andy Kay

    I’ve been trying out Raketu .. They have a very very rudimentary web page .. and I have a need to call International often. Gone are the days when people were expected to pay anything more than $0.20/min for a call to ANY country. I like the rates, at Raketu, but the web app (pronounced – webpage) is very clunky. I like Cellity.com A nice little app sits on the BlackBerry & just sends the call-trigger info securely to their website. The usability is very nice!

    My point: Raketu, would love to use you, only coz you got the time of day on bbcool.com; but please put out a j2me app.

    regards,

  • http://www.AirtelCallHome.com/ Andy Kay

    so I’ve used Raketu for some time now, and I’ve been very disappointed. They have many time not connected the call to the far end, and I hear ring back 5-8 times, and they still go ahead & charge me for that call. So its been a bit of an Admin nightmare. I’ve asked for a refund & they’ve charged me processing fees when requesting a refund. I strongly recommend looking at alternate services.

  • http://www.AirtelCallHome.com Andy Kay

    so I’ve used Raketu for some time now, and I’ve been very disappointed. They have many time not connected the call to the far end, and I hear ring back 5-8 times, and they still go ahead & charge me for that call. So its been a bit of an Admin nightmare. I’ve asked for a refund & they’ve charged me processing fees when requesting a refund. I strongly recommend looking at alternate services.

  • chris

    does anyone know if this will work for a ‘unlocked’ blackberry storm – i have been told that it will not work with storm because there is no wifi? any comments?

  • chris

    does anyone know if this will work for a ‘unlocked’ blackberry storm – i have been told that it will not work with storm because there is no wifi? any comments?