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Version 2.1 of WorldDialer for BlackBerry® Smartphone devices is suited for private users as well as companies who want to cut their costs on long distance and IDD calls. No one would ever use calling cards on a BlackBerry® if they have to enter numbers manually; with WorldDialer a calling card just needs to be entered once and can then be used directly right out of the Address Book.

No matter if a simple calling prefix or a complex calling card with access number, calling card number, pin and verification code, WorldDialer can handle them all. By storing up to 100 phone card configurations simultaneously nearly every possible case is covered. A user can select a contact in his address book, a previously called number in the call log or enter a number manually and then select a calling card to use for this call.

Corporations can deploy the WorldDialer BlackBerry® client wirelessly through their BlackBerry Enterprise Server®. Volume license rates as well as site licenses allow to run WorldDialer cost- efficiently in small, medium and large enterprises. By leveraging the capabilities of Research In Motion’s BlackBerry® Push Technology™ the WorldDialer Enterprise Administration Panel can update WorldDialer client configurations within the BES® network. The WorldDialer Enterprise Suite provides the perfect entry point for companies into the world of cost-efficient wireless calls. The yearly site license comes with the Administration Panel and 5 WorldDialer clients, free lifetime-updates and premium enterprise. Further customization of WorldDialer is available as well which allows the integration of callback services or even custom PBX systems.

All current BlackBerry® models running BlackBerry® OS 4.3 and higher are compatible with WorldDialer 2.1. This includes but is not limited to the brand new BlackBerry® Curve™ 8520, BlackBerry® Bold™ 9700, BlackBerry® Pearl™ 8220 Flip™, BlackBerry® Storm™, Storm2™ and BlackBerry® Tour™.

You can pick up WorldDialer and see additional features in our Store HERE!

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