T-Mobile steps up WiFi Calling on Android Phones

San Francisco California- Here amongst the all stars at the 2010 CTIA Enterprise and Applications show T-Mobile USA announced that it is stepping up it’s wi-fi calling offerings via it’s line up of Android devices. The next two Android powered handsets to hit the T-mobile store shelves, the My Touch HD and the Motorola Defy will both offer Wifi calling.

T-Mobile is setting the pace with it’s new wi-fi calling offerings. Wi-fi calling will allow users of Android powered smartphones with wifi calling capability to make calls when only a wifi connection is available, for example on airflights with GOGO inflight internet.  T-Mobile’s Vice President of Connected Family Products and Service, Torrie Dorrell Said in a statement issued at CTIA: “T-Mobile’s expansion of Wi-Fi Calling to Android smartphones is an excellent innovation, and part of our ongoing initiatives on behalf of our customers to enhance indoor coverage,”

The Wifi Calling is powered by Kineto’s Smart Wifi Application

Both models supporting wifi calling are expected to be available in time for the holidays. coverage of the 2010 CTIA Enterprise and Applications Show is brought to you in part by Z-Boost mobile, for more on Z-Boost check them out here

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