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April 3, 2008

Jajah to allow iPhone VoIP calls via Wi-Fi

by Jan Harris

Jajah, which already provides iPhone users with a call-back service, is extending its iPhone support with the development of the first native global VoIP application.

The application could be available this summer, when the iPhone 2.0 software is due for release.

Jajah’s web-activated telephony solution is already available to iPhone users via the integrated Safari web browser at http://iphone.jajah.com .

Jajah is now participating in the iPhone Developer Program to create the new Jajah Mobile VoIP client for the iPhone.

It will allow iPhone users to make free or low-cost global calls to any phone in the world either through the known callback service, or through the sole use of a Wi-Fi network.

The callback service is suitable for low bandwith locations, while Wi-Fi support allows international and long-distance callers to place Wi-Fi hotspots at locations such as airports and hotels.



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