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September 29, 2010

VoX unveils new app for Symbian mobile phones

Provides users with a second line for inbound and outbound calls

By CBR Staff Writer

Pervasip said that its wholly-owned subsidiary, Vox Communications has unveiled a new Symbian Mobile VoIP application for Wi-Fi and 3G data networks.

The new VoIP offering allows mobile subscribers to access inexpensive calling to the US, Canada and Puerto Rico from their own country with mobile VoIP plans starting at $4.95 a month.

VoX said that the new mobile calling App will be available now on, targeting around 100 million Symbian phones.

Pervasip CIO Mark Richards said that the new app provides users with a second line for inbound and outbound calls, including anonymous call rejection, call blocking and call forwarding.

"We also continue to advance device support for Symbian phones, as well as look to other internal development solutions and partnering possibilities with third party developers for other operating systems," Richards said.

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