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iPhone: TalkPlus, DeviceAnywhere

updated 07:30 pm EDT, Wed October 17, 2007

TalkPlus, DeviceAnywhere

TalkPlus has announced compatibility of its services with the iPhone. These include global virtual numbers, advanced call-management features and low-cost international calling. The virtual phone-number service enables subscribers to create additional phone numbers on their mobile phones for placing and receiving calls. Each number comes with its own voice mailbox and customizable greeting. The service also allows users to make calls that display the caller ID of any pre-authorized phone number, such as a subscriber's office phone. From now through Dec. 31, 2007, the service will be free for the first month and $10 per month thereafter (excluding international toll charges).



Mobile Complete, a provider of testing, monitoring and support solutions for the mobile industry is now offering developers remote real-time interactive access to the iPhone over its DeviceAnywhere platform. The company will be demonstrating the iPhone on DeviceAnywhere at the CTIA Wireless & Entertainment Conference in San Francisco (October 22-25) in Booth # 1040. Mobile Complete's DeviceAnywhere platform provides handset manufacturers and developers, aggregators, service providers and application developers the ability to remotely access and control actual physical handsets connected to live networks.




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