Zer01 will launch its "True" mobile VoIP service in the US on July 1st.
Making the announcement at CTIA Wireless, the company said the unlimited voice and data plan will cost USD $69.99 and will support Windows Mobile 6 and newer smartphones.
JAJAH is to offer new services enabling VoIP calls to be made either via WiFi or over the cellular network for Windows Mobile, BlackBerry and Symbian users.
They are being offered as white label solution to enable carriers and non-carriers to launch the service under their own brand.
Acer is to announce its entrance into the mobile phone market with the launch of at least one smartphone at next month’s Mobile World Congress expo in Barcelona.
The company confirmed the move through press invitation that announced a "smartphones launch" – suggesting there could be more than one device released.
A beta version of Mozilla’s mobile Firefox web browser – codenamed Fennec – could be launched on the HTC Touch Pro as early as next week.
The move is part of Moxilla’s announced intention to move onto Windows Mobile and Symbian platforms.
Motorola is to discontinue making phones for Symbian and will instead concentrate on two new platforms: Windows Mobile and Android.
Sanjay Jha, CEO of the Mobile Devices group at Motorola, confirmed what had until now been rumors to Michael Oryl of MobileBurn.
Vyke has released a beta version of its Mobile VoIP software and service for Blackberry devices using RIM software.
The addition of the Blackberry software now means Vyke’s VoIP solution is available on the three most used mobile operating systems in the enterprise market – Symbian, Windows Mobile and RIM.
Vyke Communications has announced a beta version of its mobile VoIP software and service for all Windows Mobile 6.0 and higher based smartphones.
The solution is based on Vyke’s stand-alone proprietary mobile VoIP technology, which the company claims allows it to provide high quality voice service while circumventing any operator handset tampering issues.
HTC has announced the launch of the MAX 4G, the first dual-mode WiMax/GSM Windows Mobile device.
Undoubtedly the best specced WinMo device so far, calls between MAX 4Gs will automatically be routed over the WiMAX airwaves using VoIP.
Microsoft is not expected to complete a final build of its Windows Mobile 7 operating system until the second half of 2009.
The delay is a significant blow for the software giant, which has been counting on the next version of WinMo to enable devices that better rival Apple’s iPhone.