(PRWEB) January 29, 2007
One4000 (http://www.one4000.com), the pioneering global telecom service, has launched a new low-cost offering for long-distance and international calling from BlackBerry devices. When downloaded, One4000 can dramatically cut calling costs and increase efficiency for millions of BlackBerry users around the world.
As part of One4000’s worldwide efforts to make international calling significantly cheaper and more flexible, this new release makes its service available to millions of new customers. The new release also improves on One4000’s existing offering, which includes strong products such as a mobile call-back application and a PC/Notebook call-back application, both of which are already used worldwide.
By downloading the free One4000 call-back application, BlackBerry users can easily initiate calls via the internet and save money, especially when dialing international or long-distance. For anyone who doesn’t want to download the application, but still want to use the service, not to worry. All registered One4000 customers can easily and instantly initiate calls via a simple text message or through their online account pages.
By bringing this new service to BlackBerry users around the world, One4000 significantly increases its presence in the business segment of the telecom market. The BlackBerry device is a product in the portfolio of Research in Motion. One4000 also works on most current Nokia, Sony Ericsson and Motorola mobiles.
About One4000: One4000 is a pioneering telecom service offered by the Swedish company Mobile Business Challenger MBC AB, presenting unlimited free voice calls via the world’s most widely used internet SIP protocol and other applications. With users registered in over 130 countries around the world, One4000 generates revenues through its premium offerings such as making and receiving calls to and from PCs, landlines, mobiles and BlackBerry devices. For more information about the company’s international calling offer, please contact Carl-Johan Grund, Vice President, or visit http://www.one4000.com.