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Introduction

Voice over Internet Protocol (VoIP) refers to the capability of routing voice conversations over IP-based networks, such as the internet. The use of VoIP has expanded rapidly from a PC experience to become a common way of communicating over mobile networks. Mobile VoIP can use any IP bearer, such as home and office WiFi networks or telecoms networks.

Nokia provides a VoIP client for selected Nokia Asha platform, Series 40, and Symbian phones, which can be provisioned OTA to work with third party VoIP services using IETF SIP servers. In addition, Symbian offer developers the option to create their own standalone VoIP clients and solutions.

Developing a standalone VoIP client Making use of the Nokia VoIP client

If a developer wants to offer VoIP as part of an application that offers a wide range of other features, they will have to develop a stand-alone VoIP client. Such development requires in-depth knowledge of the Symbian platform. Read more

VoIP service providers can use the Nokia SIP VoIP client, which is included in selected Nokia Asha platform, Series 40, and Symbian phones, to provide mobile VoIP services without having to undertake software development for mobile phones. VoIP service providers configure the Nokia VoIP client to work with their SIP servers by sending the OMA DM settings over SMS or, for Symbian devices, creating an application that configures the client. Read more

For information on the versions of the Nokia VoIP Client supported in devices, see VoIP support in Nokia devices.


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