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    Haven't been around much but with all the 700p stuff, did I miss someone posting this?

    http://www.mobivoip.net/press/news1905.php

    MADISON, WI, May 19, 2006:

    MantraGroup Inc., a leading provider of mobile software solutions, has announced mobiVoIP, the first VoIP solution targeted for Palm OS Devices.

    VoIP, or Voice over IP (pronounced 'voyp'), is a new technology that enables making phone calls over the Internet. With VoIP technology, the phone call is routed through the internet and gets terminated to a PSTN or other VoIP client. Instead of passing the telephone call to a telephone operator, it uses the existing Internet connection and thereby provides cost savings on phone bills.

    mobiVoIP requires the Palm device to be able to connect to the Internet through Bluetooth, WiFi (802.11), or EVDO. It allows the user to place telephone calls directly from the PDA thus expanding PDA’s capabilities to be used as a converged device.

    “We are the first company to release a VoIP solution for Palm OS. We are confident that mobiVoIP will truly change the way we use our Palm devices.” says Manohar Chapalamadugu, CEO of MantraGroup.

    mobiVoIP is offered as a monthly service with various calling plans designed for North America and other countries. More information on the plans can be obtained from
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    I was about to sign up and try it, but just wondered if anyone else has tried it yet over bluetooth.. anyone, anyone?
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    Over BT it can work, but it is real inconsistant in my experience. Some people have good luck with it, I never did during beta testing.

    Steve
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    Quote Originally Posted by treojunkie
    I was about to sign up and try it, but just wondered if anyone else has tried it yet over bluetooth.. anyone, anyone?
    I find it so-so...the transmission sometimes sounds like it's too fast (like a phonograph being run too fast).

    They still have a ways to go on the client and web site for customers.

    Feels sorta "fly by night", but maybe that's just part of a smal business starting.
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    this is lame. you have to pay a monthly fee??? How about someone write an app & sell that!

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