Barablu offers free mobile-to-mobile calls using VOIP

February 16, 2006

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BARCELONA, Spain -- Barablu, the free calls community, today launched the world’s first free mobile-to-mobile calls between users and reduced-rate calls to friends outside of the Barablu network. The package runs on this year’s technology hit, VoIP over Wireless LAN, and is available to anybody with a compatible GSM mobile phone (Wi-Fi enabled). At this stage this includes the Nokia 9500 (Symbian Series 80) and i-mate SP5 SP5m (Window Mobile for Smartphone 5.0).

Barablu already offers consumers user-friendly advanced VoIP services with rates that are competitive to Skype. Now, the company believes it can attract greater traffic to its network by offering free mobile-to-mobile calls before any of its competitors and free chat, a unique PC-to-mobile instant messaging service. It also plans to drive growth by strategically linking with additional Wi-Fi network providers, manufacturers, mobile operators and PC and IP phone* manufacturers to offer more choice, therefore appealing to the widest audience.

Barablu MD, Baskaran Allirajah, says, “There are currently millions of people globally who are benefiting from free PC-to-PC calls via VoIP. Barablu is the first company to push this technology out into the mobile arena by offering free mobile-to-mobile calls, utilising VoIP, via a Wi-FI standard.”


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