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  • Vopium Launches First Real BlackBerry Wi-Fi Calling App



    Vopium, an award-winning mobile VoIP provider, today is announcing the first real BlackBerry Wi-Fi calling app. The new free app liberates users from limitations and hassles of other alternatives, enabling them to make calls in more places and on their own terms. Among its advantages, this Vopium app offers major savings on calls to both mobile and landline numbers, while preserving call quality and minimizing battery drain. The app supports BlackBerry OS 6 and OS 7 devices. Vopium WiFi to WiFi is also free. Give Vopium a try and let us know how it works for you!
    This article was originally published in forum thread: Vopium Launches First Real BlackBerry Wi-Fi Calling App started by Joe Jerde View original post


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