Mobile VoIP allows mobile devices to send and receive Internet calls.
14:47 26 May 2017
Mobile VoIP, which is currently one of the most in-demand features of Internet calling, allows mobile devices to send and receive Internet calls using any IP and data network. It provides an alternative to using your wireless minutes, which translates to lower per minute rates when compared to your cellular service provider.
Mobile IP software works on laptops, tablets, and smartphones, making it a perfect solution for residential and business VoIP users. It also works on the majority of platforms including Windows Phones, Blackberry, iPhone, and Android. Users can make a free call if they are calling another users with the same mobile VoIP app.
Meanwhile, those who are using mobile VoIP get to enjoy low per-minute rates for domestic and international calls and text messages. They can save up to £50 on their monthly mobile phone bills by converting to Mobile VoIP and downgrading their voice plan to a lower minute allowance.
However, users must be aware that they might lose a call if they leave the range of a WiFi hotspot. Not all mobile VoIP providers provide a handoff between WiFi and 3G while a call is in place.