RF.com

Supercharge your iPhone with RF.com


RF.com is available now in the United States, Canada and the United Kingdom. We’ll be adding other countries throughout the world soon, so please check back.

RF.com allows you to use basic cell phone service to:

  • Call a Skype user, even if you don’t have a Skype account;
  • Call a GoogleTalk user, even if you don’t have a Google account;
  • Call an MSN Messenger user, even if you don’t have an MSN account;
  • Call a Yahoo! Messenger user, even if you don’t have a Yahoo account;
  • Use your own VoIP service to make calls over your cell phone;
  • Make mobile calls through your office phone system or PBX as though you are sitting in your office;
  • Make free SIP URI calls.

Use of RF.com is free, though use of a VoIP service provider may incur additional charges (from the provider). Calls to Skype, GoogleTalks, MSN and Yahoo users, as well as SIP URI calls do not incur charges over and above your cellular calling minutes.

Register for RF.com by visiting RF.com on Mobile Safari on your iPhone.

The Company


RF.com is a San Francisco-based company focusing on the development of software and services that allow mobile telephone devices to converge Internet and traditional calling.

The company’s first product, the RF Dialer (http://rf.com), is a web-based application for the Apple iPhone that allows users to make Internet calls over their cell phone’s GSM network. RF Dialer is the first iPhone application that allows SIP URI calls, calls to Voice over IM Services (such as Skype, Google Talk, MSN Messenger and Yahoo! Messenger), and other IP-based voice services.

In addition, the RF Dialer allows for integration with thousands of SIP-based VoIP telephone providers and IP-based PBXes (such as the popular open-source Asterisk PBX and Communigate Pro.), allowing business users to utilize their iPhone as a direct PBX extension.

RF.com was founded by a group of veterans in the Voice over IP and software spaces, and represent companies such as Voxilla, Communigate systems and others.

Additional Information




Supercharge your iPhone with RF.com


RF.com is available now in the United States, Canada and the United Kingdom. We’ll be adding other countries throughout the world soon, so please check back.

RF.com allows you to use basic cell phone service to:

  • Call a Skype user, even if you don’t have a Skype account;
  • Call a GoogleTalk user, even if you don’t have a Google account;
  • Call an MSN Messenger user, even if you don’t have an MSN account;
  • Call a Yahoo! Messenger user, even if you don’t have a Yahoo account;
  • Use your own VoIP service to make calls over your cell phone;
  • Make mobile calls through your office phone system or PBX as though you are sitting in your office;
  • Make free SIP URI calls.

Use of RF.com is free, though use of a VoIP service provider may incur additional charges (from the provider). Calls to Skype, GoogleTalks, MSN and Yahoo users, as well as SIP URI calls do not incur charges over and above your cellular calling minutes.

Register for RF.com by visiting RF.com on Mobile Safari on your iPhone.

The Company


RF.com is a San Francisco-based company focusing on the development of software and services that allow mobile telephone devices to converge Internet and traditional calling.

The company’s first product, the RF Dialer (http://rf.com), is a web-based application for the Apple iPhone that allows users to make Internet calls over their cell phone’s GSM network. RF Dialer is the first iPhone application that allows SIP URI calls, calls to Voice over IM Services (such as Skype, Google Talk, MSN Messenger and Yahoo! Messenger), and other IP-based voice services.

In addition, the RF Dialer allows for integration with thousands of SIP-based VoIP telephone providers and IP-based PBXes (such as the popular open-source Asterisk PBX and Communigate Pro.), allowing business users to utilize their iPhone as a direct PBX extension.

RF.com was founded by a group of veterans in the Voice over IP and software spaces, and represent companies such as Voxilla, Communigate systems and others.

Additional Information




Created by: echamberlain, Last modification: Tue 16 of Sep, 2008 (17:27 UTC)
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