Tuesday, September 5, 2006

ROK Launches Free Mobile VoIP Calling via Bluetooth

ROK Mobile, mobile applications developer based in the UK, launched a free mobile-to-mobile VoIP application and service that connects compatible handsets wirelessly to broadband via Bluetooth on their handset and computer.

Initially compatible with several Bluetooth-enabled Nokia handsets, ROK aims to add more than 100 mobile handsets to include Java-powered handsets and Windows devices over the next 3 months. For those people without Bluetooth on their computers, ROK will be offering a turn-key 'auto-install' Bluetooth adaptor and application-loaded CD-ROM for sale online.

ROK Viper provides presence-capability to see buddies online.