NetTALK launches Smartphone Apps at iTunes

By on Oct 29, 2010 in Cellphone, Technology, United States, World Comments

NetTALK launches on Thursday its smartphone apps, and are now available at iTunes for free.

According to its recent press release, NetTALK announced that the free smartphone apps is applicable to iPhone, iPad and iPod touch, Android phones, Windows mobile, and Blackberry phones.

This will then allow users to make free calls to US and Canada, via 3G, Wi-fi, or EDGE networks, and without using monthly phone bills.

Other features include recording conversations, import contacts from smartphone’s personal phone book, and to receive customized support by keying in to #611.

NetTALK also said users can avail free conference calling bridge service through #2663, as well as free 411 directory assistance.

On the other hand, NetTALK also announces its future features and will be launched soon, and it includes low cost international calling and to receive calls on Smartphones through the user’s personal NetTALK DUO phone number.

Meanwhile, this Beta version of the smartphone apps is now available for free download at Apple’s Apps store.

For more information, NetTALK said they are inviting interested parties to visit their official website at NetTALK.com.



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