Skuku Launches World's First Mobile Windows Application for its Revolutionary Roaming Mobile Solutions

Skuku Launches World's First Mobile Windows Application for its Revolutionary Roaming Mobile Solutions

Skuku's Mobile VOIP Application Enables Customers to Access the Cellular SIM Card in their Mobile Phone, Ensuring One Mobile Identity Anywhere in the World

 

PETACH TIKVA, Israel and BARCELONA, Spain- February 17, 2009 Skuku, (http://www.skuku.com/) an international communications company specializing in network based telephony solutions, announced today the launch of a Mobile Windows application for its revolutionary roaming solutions at the Mobile World Congress in Barcelona. The Windows application will enable users with smart phones to use the Skuku roaming service on their own mobile phones, independent of a laptop.

Users with this service will be free to make and receive calls on their own phones without incurring high roaming costs and allows retention of mobile phone features such as contact lists and text messaging.

"The launch of this application gives Skuku users "one-number one-rate" contactability anywhere in the world- whether in the GSM or IP environment," said Colin Blou, VP of Sales and Marketing for Skuku. "Additionally, the Mobile Windows Application will allow Skuku to reach out to larger markets across the globe and provide our customers with a simple solution to eliminate costly roaming charges."

In addition to the Mobile Windows application, the company has developed a unique best-in-class USB handset and USB stick called Skuku roaming, which allows customers to place mobile calls and send text messages over Internet connections using their GSM mobile SIM card, significantly lowering costs for mobile subscribers.

Customers who take advantage of Skuku's solutions are only required to pay their local airtime charges when making and receiving calls to and from their home country. Skuku's unique solutions transform the user's PC into his personal mobile phone, keeping all of the phone's features and allowing low-cost VoIP.

Additionally, Skuku users can continue to enjoy all the other features of their mobile phone, including contact lists and text messaging. Skuku products enable the placing and receiving of international calls from anywhere in the world at low IP tariffs, while inter-network calls are free between Skuku users.

The Mobile World Congress is the industry's largest and most important annual event, with over 1,100 companies and more than 50,000 guests from around the world in attendance. For more information, please visit http://www.mobileworldcongress.com/.

Skuku is demonstrating its technology at Booth 2A124(2-0).

 

 

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About Skuku

Skuku is an international company which has been specializing in network based telephony solutions since 2000. The company has recently launched a unique breakthrough solution for roaming that combines the GSM network and VoIP technology.
While Skuku's Research and Development team entails years of experience, the company prides itself in its young and innovative approach to telecom. The company's core competency is in converging IP and GSM technologies. Skuku believes in a joint mobile network which crosses borders and enables customers to call from everywhere in the world at local prices. For more information, please visit www.skuku.com.  

 

Company Contacts                                                Media Contacts      

Colin Blou                                                                Matthew Krieger

VP Sales                                                                  Ruder Finn Israel for Skuku

+972-54-335-6113                                                   + 972-54-467-6950

[email protected]                                                     [email protected]

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