Your mobile phone becomes your office extension, displaying your company caller ID on outbound calls and allowing you to enjoy features like extension to extension dialing, and more *.
Mobile VoIP Performance
Please note that performance is highly reliant on the mobile soft phone you choose and your Wi-Fi or 3G connection strength. We do not suggest this solution as a total replacement for your desk phone.
* While most mobile VoIP apps are great for making and receiving calls, very few, if any, can perform all the functions of a desk phone.
How can I get Mobile VoIP working with OnSIP?
Luckily, it's incredibly easy. Within minutes, you can enjoy the freedom of being able to make and receive calls as if you were sitting at your desk from almost anywhere!
1. Download a compatible mobile soft phone app on your mobile phone
2. Input your OnSIP credentials
3. Start making and receiving calls. That's it!
Mobile VoIP Features and Benefits
The specific features you get with a mobile VoIP solution also depends on the app you use. However, there are common benefits that you can take advantage of.
- Make and receive calls without using up your mobile minutes
- Display your company ID on outbound calls, keeping your personal number private
- Make and receive calls over Wi-Fi and your 3G Network
- Extension-to-extension dialing
Mobile VoIP App Reviews
Because each mobile VoIP app is different, our team conducts thorough reviews to make sure you are buying and/or downloading the right one.
iPhone VoIP Applications
"Groundwire for the iOS by Acrobits, a mobile software company focused primarily on SIP clients for mobile devices, is the business version of their Acrobits Softphone. Marketed as a viable replacement for your desktop phone ("Throw away your desktop phone, Groundwire is here."), this mobile VoIP application includes many of the features you would expect to find in enterprise VoIP software or SIP hardware devices..."
Bria for iPhone
Android VoIP Applications
CSIP Simple is a free SIP client for Android, great for making and receiving calls. There currently isn’t much support for much else beyond that in its current build, but if you cannot remember the last time you used your transfer button or the last time you had to juggle 2 callers on your cell phone, then it might be just the SIP client for you...
Bria for Android
"There’s lots of buzz about SIPDroid, a “SIP client for Android” which is under GNU General Public License v3. The project page says SIPDroid “Adds native SIP/VoIP to Android's dialer/contacts. Make and receive calls over Wifi, 3G, and EDGE with perfect voice quality and lowest delay”. AWESOME! Open Source, Native SIP, Wifi, 3G, Perfect Voice Quality! Sounds good, right?..."
See our President, Rob Wolpov, turn his iPad into a phone with the iSIP app.
Topics: About VoIP