Woize planning Symbian OS 9.1 SIP Client

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Woize plans to launch a SIP client for Symbian OS 9.1 (S60 3rd Edition and UIQ 3). The software is targeted at WiFI enabled phones. Wozie offers a similar service to Skype with clients available for PC and other mobile platforms. It is primairly aimed at consumers. Calls between Woize users are free with low charges for normal land and mobile lines.

Press Release: 

Woize International Ltd. to Launch Symbian Client

London UK, April 4, 2006 Woize International Ltd. (OTC BB: WOIZ) the digital communication service provider today announces plans on launching a Session Initiated Protocol (SIP) based Symbian Woize® client for the benefit of worldwide users during Q2. Symbian is by far a market leading operating system based on open standards for advanced mobile phones, also called ‘smartphones’. Symbian licenses Symbian OS to the world’s leading handset manufacturers and has built close co-operative business relationships with leading companies across the mobile industry. With the Sony Ericsson and Nokia advanced phone launches soon to come, the market poses massive potential growth.

By launching a SIP based Symbian 9.1 Woize® client Woize creates an opportunity for worldwide advanced phone users to benefit from the Woize® services, thereby reaching even further into the opportunities of the market of free mobile phone calls enabled by WiFi networks.

The Symbian Woize® client is planned to have similar functionalities as the SmartphoneWoize® client, allowing for users to make free calls to other Woize®, PocketWoize®, SmartphoneWoize® and Symbian Woize® users, making inexpensive calls to users outside of the Woize community, and receiving phone calls to the client anywhere in the world. “The decision to develop a SIP based Symbian Woize client was a given”, states Anders Halldin, CEO and cofounder of Woize, “and will allow for Woize to continue its pitch on the mobile digital communications market”.