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Vonage VOIP service for BlackBerry



Vonage has released an app for BlackBerry allowing you to place low-cost long-distance VOIP calls. Vonage Mobile for the BlackBerry is free to download and once you’ve installed it you are ready to start calling. They’ll even give you a $1 credit to make your first international call.

Vonage for BlackBerry allows you to dial directly or through your address book. The app knows you’re making an international call and automatically routes it through their low-cost international VOIP network. You pay only their low international rates and use your local cellphone plan’s minutes.

Vonage for BlackBerry Features:

  • Make low-cost international calls:
    Call any landline or mobile phone worldwide at incredibly low rates. International calling is inexpensive with Vonage Mobile for the BlackBerry®.
  • Works on cellular: No matter where you are in the U.S., if you have cellular service, you can use Vonage Mobile for low-cost international calling. (Carrier roaming charges may apply when outside your calling area)
  • Easy to install: Click on “Free Download” on this page and enter your phone number when prompted. We’ll send you an SMS (text message) with a link to download Vonage Mobile. Just follow the simple steps on your device to install. We’ll even give you a credit to make your first international call. (Standard text messaging rates may apply)
  • Simple calling process:
    Making Vonage Mobile calls on a BlackBerry® is easy. When you dial an international number from the U.S., we’ll simply place the call with Vonage Mobile. And you’ll only use local minutes. (Carrier roaming charges may apply when outside your calling area)
  • Pay as you go:
    With Vonage Mobile you only pay for the calls you make. Simply set up your refill amount and credit/debit card information and we’ll automatically refill your account when you’re running low. No worries.

Visit Vonage to download Vonage for BlackBerry

Vonage to Offer WI-FI Phone


Vonage in partnership with UTStarcom has announced that they will be soon offering Wi-Fi phones in the spring or summer of 2005. I am very doubtful that a pure Wi-Fi phone will work at this time, maybe in a few years where there is a bigger coverage of Wi-Fi hotspots. Other companies like Motorola and Samsung have the right idea by incoporating Wi-Fi capabilities technology into their regular cell phones. We will see if a pure Wi-Fi VoIP handset will work …

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