Here at Tech Digest, we’ve heard rumours that ROK is about to launch a mobile VoIP appication that will enable you to make free mobile-to-mobile calls, via the internet rather than via your mobile network. And what’s more – the application will be given away absolutely free.
Bruce Renny, Marketing Director at ROK, was surprisingly (and unusually) coy when we asked him about this – neither confirming nor denying the rumours. So it’s very much a case of watch this space – more news as soon as we get it.
ROK has made a name for itself previously by offering mass-market mobile TV over 2.5G GPRS and movies on memory card. The company recently turned a few heads when its mobile TV service out-performed all but one of the 3G services in a consumer test.
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