Fring/NimBuzz Replacement

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froglegs
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Re: Fring/NimBuzz Replacement

Post by froglegs » Sun Jul 12, 2009 10:14 am

Greetings!

Is a representative of Exetel able to update the progress? We're all keen!

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Re: Fring/NimBuzz Replacement

Post by Ravenous » Mon Jul 13, 2009 12:20 pm

FYI. Would have been good to see Exetel's services given a mention here, with a working application available to boot ;)

Link: Internet answers the mobile phone call

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Re: Fring/NimBuzz Replacement

Post by thomashouseman » Tue Oct 27, 2009 8:58 am

raymond wrote:
9th March, 2009 Final Delivery of Product
Any update on this? It's only about 7 months overdue...

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Re: Fring/NimBuzz Replacement

Post by Triggery » Mon Nov 02, 2009 9:35 pm

thomashouseman wrote:
raymond wrote:
9th March, 2009 Final Delivery of Product
Any update on this? It's only about 7 months overdue...
John did leave a little clue the other day...

http://johnl.blogs.exetel.com.au/index. ... html#c6651
We will shortly release a 'perfect' VoIP over mobile application.

I have been using our beta version for a year now with no problems.
So hopefully something will be seen soon...!!!

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Re: Fring/NimBuzz Replacement

Post by ForumAdmin » Fri Nov 06, 2009 1:29 pm

I am the final QA - if I like the quality and ease of use we will make it available.

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Re: Fring/NimBuzz Replacement

Post by thomashouseman » Fri Nov 06, 2009 1:38 pm

I thought the original one was good enough if only it could produce DTMF tones for accessing voicemail etc. As it stands it can't be used to handle Exetel's own DID voicemail system so not really good enough.

T.

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Re: Fring/NimBuzz Replacement

Post by ForumAdmin » Sun Nov 29, 2009 1:41 pm

I am now using the final beta version and I, and no other test users, have any quality issues.

There is some feature discussion but we will probably be able to deliver before Christmas....if everything goes to plan.

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Re: Fring/NimBuzz Replacement

Post by thomashouseman » Tue Dec 01, 2009 8:01 am

Great to hear! Looking forward to its release!

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Re: Fring/NimBuzz Replacement

Post by oldman » Tue Dec 01, 2009 8:20 am

ForumAdmin wrote:I am now using the final beta version and I, and no other test users, have any quality issues.

There is some feature discussion but we will probably be able to deliver before Christmas....if everything goes to plan.
Are any of the test users using a Samsung mobile? The previous release wouldn't work on Samsung Symbian-powered mobiles.

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Re: Fring/NimBuzz Replacement

Post by ForumAdmin » Tue Dec 01, 2009 11:57 am

oldman wrote: Are any of the test users using a Samsung mobile? The previous release wouldn't work on Samsung Symbian-powered mobiles.
We will provide a Symbian version as well as a windows and iphone version.

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Re: Fring/NimBuzz Replacement

Post by SimonSS » Tue Dec 01, 2009 12:10 pm

ForumAdmin wrote:
oldman wrote: Are any of the test users using a Samsung mobile? The previous release wouldn't work on Samsung Symbian-powered mobiles.
We will provide a Symbian version as well as a windows and iphone version.
What about Android?

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Re: Fring/NimBuzz Replacement

Post by Ravenous » Tue Dec 01, 2009 12:28 pm

ForumAdmin wrote:
oldman wrote: Are any of the test users using a Samsung mobile? The previous release wouldn't work on Samsung Symbian-powered mobiles.
We will provide a Symbian version as well as a windows and iphone version.
Some (maybe all) Samsung Symbian-powered phones have 'gremlins' that are not with the other Symbian-powered mobiles. What works on a Nokia Symbian S60v3 Device can fail on the Samsung Symbian S60v3 Device. Two examples - ExeVoIP (currently available in the public domain) & V Phone (by Matrix Consultants).

If the private-beta SIP cleint is untried on Samsung Symbian-powered phones I will hedge my bets 50-50 that it would run into major issues when it is released.

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