T-Mobile's Bobsled Service Adds Android and iOS Support
Updated: added details
T-Mobile USA today announced that its Bobsled VoIP service that operates through Facebook will now make calls through Android and iOS-based devices. The Bobsled Calling mobile application lets users make outgoing calls to numbers in the U.S., Canada or Puerto Rico for free via an internet connection. Bobsled users will also be able to send an unlimited number of text messages through the service. Other features include group messaging and cloud syncing. It is free to use.
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