TeliaSonera taps Kineto for UMA

wVoIP has certainly been the talk of the industry this week: Orange's announcement yesterday, today's T-Mobile USA feature in the WSJ (as covered in today's top story) and now the Swedish carrier TeliaSonera's announcement that it plans to offer a UMA-based wVoIP service powered by Kineto. The carrier has been testing out Kineto's UMA solution since last year, but plans to announce the dual WiFi/cellular service called "Home Free" today. The initial dual-mode handset for the service will be the Samsung P200.

For more on TeliaSonera's "Home Free" service:
- check out this blog entry from GigaOM

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