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Zer01 Provides More Details About Its Service

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Mar 25, 2009, 8:07 AM   by Eric M. Zeman   @phonescooper

Today Zer01 offered more insight to how its planned unlimited voice and data mobile services will work. For $70 per month, Zer01 users will get unlimited service across the U.S., and according to Zer01, around the world. Zer01 said it plans to announce an international unlimited voice and data service without any commitments or contracts in the near future, though it didn't say what the pricing would be. Zer01 need to provide their own smartphones. The company has licensed patent-pending proprietary Veritable Mobile Convergence (VMC) Technology from the Unified Technologies Group, which also happens to own Zer01. This technology bypasses carrier circuit-switched channels by funneling voice communications through a VoIP system and onto a virtual private network that accesses the Internet. This is what allows Zer01 users to make voice calls or access the Internet through AT&T's network.

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Mar 25, 2009, 12:14 PM

I do this _today_ on ATT

By lashing together a S60 phone, Truphone voip, Google Voice, and an unlimited data plan on ATT, I do exactly this right now. For less money, with my plan minutes as backup. My setup works well. It's a great idea. Good luck to them.
How exactly do you do this ?? I am just curious, I really am not going to do it but how does this work? is zer01 like a voip service? its using att data to make phone calls?
While the setup described by mec31 is admirable, he does not get the same benefits at all that is described by Zero1.

1. Truphone is wi-fi only on S60 phones, or 3G perhaps - technologies that are not everywhere yet. You have to use minutes via Tru...
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