JAJAH to Offer VoIP Support for iPhone

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Date: Friday, March 2nd, 2007, 08:57
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Voice over Internet Protocol provider JAJAH has announced support for Apple’s upcoming iPhone via a blog entry on the company’s web site, as mentioned on myiphone.com and MacDailyNews:
We are announcing today that we are going to support the iPhone as soon as it becomes available in June 2007.
Like the rest of the known planet, we just watched Steve Job’s introduction of the Apple iPhone. The JAJAH office is buzzing with excitement. It might be one of the most beautiful products ever created. And if you are in the business of bringing mobile VoIP to everyday people like we are, this is exciting news.
It’s not every day that someone changes the landscape of an industry with a single product announcement, but Apple has become known for it. The iPhone promises to change the way we think of mobile computing and communication the same way the iPod changed the way we think about music.
We are going to bring JAJAH Mobile to the iPhone as soon as it becomes available. iPhone users will be able to make free or very low cost global JAJAH calls with a single click, without a special download, other equipment, wi-fi or broadband access. You’ll just need to be a registered JAJAH user – and registration is free.
If you’re a JAJAH fan, you already know we have an Mac Address Book Plugin and JAJAH user, Greg Smithies has recently pulled together a Mac OS X JAJAH Widget. The iPhone solution will further extend our commitment to the Mac community.
Many of us at JAJAH are long-time Mac fans and we couldn’t be happier that Apple is bringing their design and innovations to the world of telephony.
Thanks Apple, and welcome to the world of Voice 2.0.
Like the current JAJAH system, iPhone users should be able to point a browser to mobile.jajah.com, log in (registration is free) and begin a VoIP-based phone call.
If you have any thoughts on this, let us know.


jajah1.jpg
Voice over Internet Protocol provider JAJAH has announced support for Apple’s upcoming iPhone via a blog entry on the company’s web site, as mentioned on myiphone.com and MacDailyNews:
We are announcing today that we are going to support the iPhone as soon as it becomes available in June 2007.
Like the rest of the known planet, we just watched Steve Job’s introduction of the Apple iPhone. The JAJAH office is buzzing with excitement. It might be one of the most beautiful products ever created. And if you are in the business of bringing mobile VoIP to everyday people like we are, this is exciting news.
It’s not every day that someone changes the landscape of an industry with a single product announcement, but Apple has become known for it. The iPhone promises to change the way we think of mobile computing and communication the same way the iPod changed the way we think about music.
We are going to bring JAJAH Mobile to the iPhone as soon as it becomes available. iPhone users will be able to make free or very low cost global JAJAH calls with a single click, without a special download, other equipment, wi-fi or broadband access. You’ll just need to be a registered JAJAH user – and registration is free.
If you’re a JAJAH fan, you already know we have an Mac Address Book Plugin and JAJAH user, Greg Smithies has recently pulled together a Mac OS X JAJAH Widget. The iPhone solution will further extend our commitment to the Mac community.
Many of us at JAJAH are long-time Mac fans and we couldn’t be happier that Apple is bringing their design and innovations to the world of telephony.
Thanks Apple, and welcome to the world of Voice 2.0.
Like the current JAJAH system, iPhone users should be able to point a browser to mobile.jajah.com, log in (registration is free) and begin a VoIP-based phone call.
If you have any thoughts on this, let us know.

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2 Responses to “JAJAH to Offer VoIP Support for iPhone”

  1. How exactly do they plan on offering this?
    Oh, I see — they’re not an end-to-end VoIP provider; they just offer VoIP-mediated calls that still use the POTN at each end. So basically, you’re just using a web browser to ask them to call you, and call your destination, & connect the two.
    In other words, you’ll still be using airtime minutes when using this. I guess that’s handy for making international calls, but it’s well shy of what I’d hope for in iPhone VoIP.

  2. I know that Jajah won’t require you to download anyting onto the iPhone to use their services, but again, Jajah’s VoIP services isn’t exactly going to save you all that much money since iPhone also has a deal with Cingular… seems like a conflict of interest doesn’t it?
    http://nationwideLD.com