Monday, December 14, 2009

Buzport Mobile VOIP for Blackberry Android iPhone with free test calls

Buzport is a mobile VOIP client which works on Blackberry, Android phones and iPhone. Buzport has partnership with Web3Tel, which provide unique WingBee Native VOIP application for smart phone. Its a unique VOIP service because it turns your mobile phone to a full communication device. It supports Regular VOIP calls, call back function,Skype, GTalk, Yahoo, and ICQ. Company is offering a free Trial credit of 50 cents (upto 30 min calls) without any credit card information or condition.

Now a days so many VOIP clients are available for your mobile phones. The thing is how to choose the best one. Main points can be the cost of client (which is free in most cases), Call Cost and the real technology used in Application. is a "Call back based VOIP service". They have a specific application for Blackberry, Android and iPhone. Apart from mobile applications, you can also use the service from their website with call back service.

Main features are -

  • Blackberry , Android and iPhone support
  • No internet Required on mobile (call back service)
  • Web initiated calls
  • Free Trial Credit to Tryout the service
Although rates are little high but I think its worth to try out. We have tried the service on Blackberry, but we are unable to check Gtalk and Skype Feature. The service works as Callback service.

To get the free trial credit you just need to register here. Only a valid email is required to get the free credit. After this you can download the Buzport application from the Download Page. As per the website they will soon announce support for VOIP in Symbian, Windows mobile and Palm Pre. Let`s wait for it..

You can also try Cheapest mobile VOIP service for your Blackberry, Symbian or Windows Mobile

Please leave you comment on usability of the Buzport application on different Platforms..


  1. I am unable to call from US. If any body tried from US please let me know

  2. shouldn't be a problem, unless your cell provider is blocking voip. did you try to contact support?

  3. They've recently got a new applet for Simbian too. I like it


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