From the Enterprise VoIP Experts

February 26, 2013

Plingm's VoIP Tech Now Available for MIPS-Based Android Device

By SIP Trunking Report Contributor

Everybody knows VoIP technology has made phone calls cheaper. As a result, this technology is used greatly by companies looking to provide valuable services to their customers at a reasonable cost to them.

To this end, Plingm is now introducing its VoIP app to MIPS-Based Android. The company’s well-known application has now been modified to suit MIPS-based Android architecture, the company has stated.

Plingm allows users to make free international calls, letting them chat and group chat over the Internet. While all these activities cost nothing when carried out on the Plingm network, they cost approximately 90 percent less if used on conventional phone networks.

MIPS ecosystem has been registering impressive growth in the last few years, and apps like Plingm are taking this growth even further. MIPS-based mobile devices have huge potential in countries like China and India, and the addition of Plingm’s program only enhances this opportunity.

Plingm provides free calls between its users and allows them to call people outside the Plingm network at a low fixed price. Users also get free, unlimited messaging facilities, along with the ability to message their friends through Facebook.

According to Pandelis Eliopoulos, cofounder of Plingm, “We are very excited to work with Imagination to bring the Plingm app to MIPS-Based Android mobile devices. Through this cooperation, more people will be able to enjoy free mobile communication to stay in touch with friends and family worldwide. Our devotion to create a unique user experience will make mobile communication a whole new experience.”

In 2012, the company announced that its app was available in the App Store in Micronesia. This allowed smartphone users in Micronesia to make affordable and free calls to any location.

Edited by Braden Becker