Ideal mobile VoIP client runs on a Blackberry

Runs on a Blackberry. In my experience Microsoft push email isn’t reliable enough and I am seriously thinking of changing back to RIM Can call using any available network –¬†wifi, GSM or 3G – deally can detect least cost route or allow you to set preferred network connection Has the same inbound number as my […]

USA FCC Forces Mobile VoIP Providers To Support 911 (ie 999)

In the USA the Government in the guise of the Federal Communications Commission has ordered VoIP providers who allow access through mobile devices to provide their customers with support for calling Emergency Services. It is perfectly possible for providers to do this. What isn’t possible is the identification of caller location information. In the UK […]

Parliament And Internet Conference

I will be speaking at the Parliament and Internet Conference in London on 16th October. Specifically I am on a panel debating issues surrounding mobile voip. There are a few issues to debate: restrictions on usage imposed by handsets manufacturers restrictions on use placed by the mobile networks voip numbering in the mobile space to […]

ITSPA Dinner and Mobile VoIP

Mobile VoIP discussed at ITSPA dinner ITSPA, the UK trade association of the internet telephony industry, held its Spring Dinner last night, attended by the great and the good of UK VoIP.¬† The event was held at the Worshipful Company of Information Technologists which must be one of the youngest Livery Companies in the City […]