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Kineto Beefs Up WiFi Calling Features

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MILPITAS, Calif. -- Kineto Wireless, Inc., a key innovator and supplier of telco-OTT solutions to the mobile industry, today announced that it has added a suite of Smart Calling services to its downloadable Smart Comms smartphone application for mobile operators. The new services, which include the ability to make and receive cellular calls and SMS over Wi-Fi (VoWiFi), 2nd line service, home line calling, and international VoIP calling, enable mobile operators and MVNOs to add value to their current mobile telephone service and address specific service delivery challenges as well as drive new revenue opportunities.

"While mobile operators have rightfully focused on growing mobile data service revenues over the last few years, there is still a tremendous opportunity for them to add value to their existing telephony service," said Ken Kolderup, chief marketing officer for Kineto. "Mobile telephony continues to be one of the most powerful global communications tools available, and operators are in a great position to build on that service relationship with their subscribers."

The suite of Smart Calling services leverage operators mobile (VoLTE) or fixed IMS voice networks to enable a number of value added calling services in an easy to use down-loadable app.

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