Thursday, March 20, 2008

Apple allows iPhone VoIP programs, with a slight if…

A Thailand based developer of VoIP services Buzz Technologies points out that VoIP programs are allowed to be developed for the iPhone with the newly released software development kit — with a slight if

The exact wording from the iPhone SDK agreement is that “If an Application requires or will have access to the carrier network, then additionally such Application: … May not have Voice over Internet Protocol (VoIP) functionality.”

Thus Buzz Technologies is planning to launch a mobile iPhone VoIP service that could be used in three unique ways for making inexpensive calls around the world. No new equipment is needed; you use your existing telephone or mobile phone, using three different methods.

buzz voip iphone

This Callback method allows you to use a web application to initiate a Callback call. By simply accessing Buzz web application, two phone numbers can be connected at a predetermined time. By simply accessing any internet launch point at or end users panels to launch a call, the two phone numbers can be connected. You determine the two phone numbers you want to connect and specify the time for the call. Buzz will connect the two phone numbers at the predetermined time.
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