Canadian business mobility company Talkster recently announced their new VoIP service which allows consumers to place calls from mobile phones to traditional and next generation voice services. The Talkster network currently allows people to place free calls from their mobile phones to instant messaging services such as MSN, Google Talk and Gizmo Project.
This new service is the foundation to the company’s enterprise communications service which will connect mobile phones to VoIP networks and devices without phone numbers, such as IP-PBX office phones within a corporate network. Planned for release in spring of 2007, Talkster’s fully-featured enterprise solution will consolidate the many different work and personal communications services used by employees into a centrally managed service used from a basic mobile phone.
“Today Talkster launched its network, but soon businesses will have a comprehensive solution from Talkster to give them unprecedented control over the mobile