Vopium Wins the Frost Sullivan 2009 European Mobile VoIP Technology Innovation Award

Copenhagen, Denmark (PressExposure) April 28, 2009 -- Vopium, the company that drives down the cost of international mobile phone calls has today been honoured with the 2009 European Mobile VoIP Technology Innovation Award by Frost & Sullivan. The award recognises Vopium's dedication to innovation, its commitment to bringing new products to market and its excellence in technology-leveraged and customer-focused services.

The Frost & Sullivan Award for Technology Innovation is presented to the company that has demonstrated technological superiority within its industry. This award is testament to Vopium's ability to successfully develop and introduce new technology, formulate a well-designed product family, and make significant product performance contributions to the industry.

Commenting on the award, Vopium CEO Tanveer Sharif said: "We are very proud that Frost & Sullivan has recognised our persistent efforts to develop and deliver the very best mobile VoIP technology to the market. Vopium is dedicated to helping friends and families communicate, regardless of where they are in the world and our rapid expansion reflects our desire to be the leading provider of global communication."

"By offering such a cost-effective service, Vopium enhances customer loyalty and confidence its applications, thereby enabling the firm to create a sustainable competitive advantage over other mobile VoIP providers," explains Frost & Sullivan Programme Manager Luke Thomas. "Considering that Wi-Fi is not as ubiquitous as cellular networks today, Vopium has also made provisions for users to automatically connect to a 3G network when Wi-Fi is not available within a particular location."

Vopium has rapidly expanded in the last six months launching its unique free software programme using mobile VoIP and Wi-Fi technology to reduce the cost of international phone calls in 16 countries including the UK, Germany, Switzerland, France and Spain. Vopium also recently celebrated being the world's first mobile VoIP provider to offer mobile backup - a free service which allows Vopium customers to store their address book contacts and calendar securely online. Integrated with the Vopium application, Vopium Sync automatically backs up a user's contacts and calendar direct to their online account. With several other product launches in the pipeline Vopium's wave of development looks set to continue.

About Vopium A/S

About Vopium:
Vopium is a carrier-grade mobile telephony service designed to offer affordable and reliable international calls from any mobile handset. By using the Vopium application on their mobile to make calls from their home country, consumers and businesses alike can save up to 90% on international mobile and land-line calls. Unlike more restrictive mobile VoIP solutions, Vopium supports hundreds of handsets across Java, Symbian, RIM, Windows Mobile and iPhone. Vopium uses intelligent routing and connection technology which automatically and seamlessly delivers the lowest cost connection for any international call. Vopium has offices in London, Copenhagen, Luxembourg and Pakistan. Vopium was recently awarded the Frost & Sullivan Technology Innovation Award. To learn more, visit http://www.vopium.com

About Frost & Sullivan:
Frost & Sullivan, the Growth Consulting Company, partners with clients to accelerate their growth. The company's Growth Partnership Services, Growth Consulting and Career Best Practices empower clients to create a growth focused culture that generates, evaluates and implements effective growth strategies. Frost & Sullivan employs over 45 years of experience in partnering with Global 1000 companies, emerging businesses and the investment community from more than 30 offices on six continents. For more information about Frost & Sullivan’s Growth Partnerships, visit http://www.frost.com

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Press Release Submitted On: April 28, 2009 at 12:08 am
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