Tag Archives: VoIP

T-Mobile’s Bobsled Service Passes One Million User

Last night’s network news dominated T-Mobile’s early CTIA announcements, but that doesn’t mean we shouldn’t give a hearty pat on the back to their Bobsled service for surpassing one million users. Bobsled launched in 2011 as a way to allow users to “…make free phone calls over almost any data connection from their mobile and Wi-Fi-enabled devices including Android-powered smartphones and tablets as well as iOS devices.” “T-Mobile is committed to … [read full article]

T-Mobile’s Bobsled Revamps And Extends Free Calling Across The Web, Android And iOS

It has been some time since we’ve heard anything from T-Mobile’s Bobsled service, previously announced as a VoiP service used through Facebook. Well throw that out the window as Bobsled is making a splash in a big way “…allowing users to place free VoiP calls to mobile and landline numbers from virtually anywhere on the web.” The service is free and accessible through Bobsled.com where you can make sure to take advantage … [read full article]

T-Mobile Relaunches Bobsled For Facebook

T-Mobile announced today that Bobsled by T-Mobile, their Facebook application for VoIP calling is back in action. Having pulled Bobsled off Facebook “shelves” due to a possible conflict with Bobsled being misinterpreted as an official Facebook application T-Mobile pulled it for some retooling. T-Mobile then announced yesterday that T-Mobile announced that Bobsled was ready for it’s re-unveiling. Well it turns out we didn’t have to wait long at all as … [read full article]

T-Mobile To Relaunch Bobsled VoIP Platform For Facebook Next Week

The T-Mobile announcement of Bobsled, an application for Facebook that enabled users to place calls through Facebook chat was launch seemingly out of nowhere and taken down just as quickly. After a mixup with Facebook and users confusing Bobsled an official Facebook application T-Mobile took Bobsled down late last April. “We are voluntarily and temporarily suspending the Bobsled service as we work with our partners at Facebook to address their design … [read full article]

T-Mobile Temporarily Suspends Bobsled Service?

In a somewhat shocking and yet quiet announcement T-Mobile said through the Bobsled Facebook page they have “temporarily suspended” the Bobsled service. Hinting toward a possible conflict with Facebook over design questions and an assurance that Bobsled is “clearly differentiated” as something that is not an official Facebook property. Bobsled users, are there any out of you there? While this was quite the leap for T-Mobile into the Facebook realm, other than … [read full article]

T-Mobile Announces Bobsled, VoIP Communication Through Facebook

T-Mobile announces Bobsled, a VoIP calling option that will work through Facebook allowing you to contact via “one-touch” calls to any friends around the world. All the other person has to do is be on Facebook and have the Bobsled application in stalled. T-Mobile isn’t stopping there as Bobsled by T-Mobile for Facebook is just the first of more applications to come that will integrate the T-Mobile and Bobsled brand. “T-Mobile’s focus is … [read full article]

Update: Android Phones Getting Vonage

Vonage VoIP Apps Now Available for T-Mobile and AT&T Android Phones

Maybe you were upset that Verizon and Skype made an exclusive deal with each other to offer VoIP calls in an Android app.  Well, if you were, then you should be happy soon.  Vonage has decided to offer an Android app that will do just that, and it is only for T-Mobile and AT&T Android phones.  In case you are unfamiliar with Vonage Mobile, it lets customers make VoIP calls using a Wi-Fi network, reducing the cost … [read full article]