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Vopium Wifi Client Available For WM OS 6.0 & Up!

We are proud to announce that Vopium WiFi is now available for Smartphones with Windows Mobile (OS 6.0 and up). Now, Windows Mobile users can call other Vopium WiFi users for free and obtain great savings on all their international calls both inside and outside Wi-Fi zones. You can also avoid roaming charges when abroad. Vopium automatically detects when users are connected to a Wi-Fi hotspot and routes the call over Wi-Fi. Outside Wi-Fi zones international calls are routed as a local call instead.

Vopium WiFi has been available for iPhone users and Nokia users for almost a year and will soon be available on a range of other Wi-Fi enabled handsets as well.
If you are already a Vopium user with Windows Mobile, simply log in to your Vopium account and download the latest version to your mobile by pressing the green "Get" button placed next to your phone number on your dashboard. If you are new to Vopium, start by signing up and installing Vopium on your mobile. You can see read more about Vopium Wifi here.


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