Burnley, Lancashire United Kingdom (PressExposure) November 29, 2007 -- Tpad are offering a service that enables mobile phone users to make calls to any Tpad user anywhere in the world, for free.
Tpad's service allows free calls to be made using any mobile that has Wi-Fi support, currently all Nokia N and E-Series phones support this.
Large companies like McDonalds and Starbucks have realised the massive impact Wi-Fi will have on sales and are installing free Wi-Fi throughout their chains.
Tpad's new service will help customers capitalise on the greater opportunities to make free calls using Wi-Fi.
For example they could use their phone to make calls to another Tpad user anywhere in the world, for free, while having a coffee in Starbucks.
Imtiaz Ahmed, Tpad Hardware Manager, states: "At Tpad we give you a free personal Tpad phone number that you can use to make and receive calls. You just simply dial the Tpad number of your friend anywhere in the world and the call is totally free".
Imtiaz added "When I get home I can call my friend in Germany for free by just dialling his seven digit Tpad number as the call will be sent from my broadband wireless router and picked up by his in the same manner."
It is expected that during Christmas a large number of dual-mode (standard mobile phone service and Wi-Fi) mobile phones will be sold leading to interest in the service growing rapidly.
Leading mobile phone producers such as Samsung and Motorola will soon be releasing brand new phones that are compatible with the Tpad Service.
The VoIP provider has recently added detailed step-by-step mobile phone guides with colour screenshots to their website to help make the service as accessible as possible for even the most novice user.
The guides demonstrate the process of quickly setting up your Wi-Fi mobile or any other VoIP device (ATA/IP Phone) with the Tpad Global VoIP Network.
"We want to make the whole process as easy as possible in order to reach all types of customers. It is our aim to be the first choice VoIP provider for mobile users who wish to make free calls via Wi-Fi." Ahmed continued.