Tag: long-distance

Integrate calling cards into your BlackBerry dialer – discounted app!



BerryDialer allows you to store callings cards on your device and it works seamlessly with the native OS to allow you to call contacts without remembering the card digits.

With BerryDialer users can:
– use calling cards on a BlackBerry
– save up to 80% on IDD & long distance calls
– call directly from the BlackBerry address book, call log or manual input
– store up to 100 calling cards
– call with nearly any calling card / phone card you can find
– call with a simple prefix to a phone number

Available for all BlackBerry models in English, German and Spanish.

BerryDialer is on sale at BlackBerryCool! Instead of $29.99 every user just pays $4.99 for the program before May 27th, 2009.


Lypp goes live next week


Lypp You might remember that we reported on Lypp’s free Canadian long-distance deal using BlackBerrys last month. Well, we just got word that they’re going live October 15th. They’ll be offering an introductory $9.99 monthly rate for 250 minutes of calling anywhere in the US and Canada. If you’ve got unlimited incoming calling, this should work out to about $50 in savings, or more if you find you’re a big talker. You need to have IM on your phone, so this is really ideal for BlackBerrys and other smartphones. Lypp also let us in on a feature which will let you issue call commands through instant messaging if you upload your contacts by desktop to Lypp’s website. This would give you handy access to your contacts regardless of what particular device you’re using.