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Conference call application on a BlackBerry smartphone
The Ifbyphone application utilizes BlackBerry users' existing contacts lists, allowing users to create groups of contacts for conference calls or voice-broadcast messages. Ifbyphone will provide the first 100 minutes of use per month free to users of the application, which is available now at the website of Ifbyphone and via Handango. Ifbyphone intends to make its BlackBerry application available at RIM's BlackBerry Application Storefront when it opens this spring.
BlackBerry conference-calling function
To use the new application's conference-calling function, a BlackBerry user creates a list of participants from among his or her stored contacts and can then initiate an impromptu conference call immediately or schedule a future call, all with one click.
BlackBerry voice-broadcasting function
Similarly, to use the voice-broadcasting function, the user creates a list of recipients and records a voice message for immediate or future delivery. The voice-broadcasting function would be ideal for a busy sales manager traveling to a client meeting who wants to give instructions to all members of a team of sales reps.
BlackBerry application for business people
The BlackBerry application is another example of the flexibility of Ifbyphone's powerful application programming interface (API), which enables developers to create highly innovative applications and integrate telephony into business processes.
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