Monday, September 15, 2008

No iPhone VoIP In Germany!

A German court has out lawed the VoIP application Sipgate, on iPhone. Sipgate allows users to make VoIP calls when they are on a wireless network by passing the carriers expensive voice lines. According to Cellular News, Higher Regional Court of Hamburg favored of T-Mobile, iPhone's exclusive carrier in Germany, against Sipgate. T-Mobile filled suit saying that Sipgate had used "unfair business practices" in order to attract customers, who are tied to T-Mobile for voice calls. What a way to curb iPhone sales.
Anyone with a phone with VoIP? Nokia, how about a Germany exclusive!


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