T-Mobile Creates VoIP App for iOS
I remember a time when, T-Mobile said they wanted nothing to do with iPhones.
T-Mobile, the company that was expected to get this new generation iPhone and didn't, released a VoIP app for iOS. The app is called Bobsled and it allows you to make free VoIP calls to anyone on Facebook. This app is also available for Android phones, mind you.
Bobsled was originally a Facebook app which appears to have been spread into the iOS world. The app is so new, even, that it has absolutely no ratings. The functionality of this app is very similar to other VoIP's such as Skype. The app is free, as shown below:
The VoIP application by T-Mobile is capable of calling any iOS device, Android device, or Facebook friend for free. It works mobile to mobile, and mobile to desktop. The user will be prompted to sign into Bobsled at the app launch:
Bobsled is a neat feature to add to your phone. It works on iPhone, iPad, and iPod touch. There don't appear to be any fees for calling out using this app either. The versatility of a multi-platform VoIP such as this, makes the convenience even better for people using something other than an iPhone. While T-Mobile appears to be the only major carrier without an iPhone (except for the 1,000,000 jailbroken and unlocked iPhones that they serve), this might just be their small reach over to the iOS world.
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