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[November 26, 2012]

CounterPath: Network Norway Selects Bria SoftPhone

Nov 26, 2012 (Close-Up Media via COMTEX) -- CounterPath, a developer of desktop, tablet and mobile VoIP software products and solutions, announced that its Bria softphone is powering Network Norway's all-new Mobil IP service.

According to a release, Mobil IP extends a customer's mobile number to all devices including iOS and Android smartphones, tablets, PCs and Macs.

Mobile IP allows users to make and receive calls using a range of devices without incurring per minute roaming charges by routing calls through a VoIP exchange.

"Customer service and innovative solutions are core to the Network Norway experience and Mobil IP is geared to the diverse needs of our business customers. Mobil IP will together with our existing and award winning Small Cell deployments provide our customers with excellent indoor mobile coverage and achieve good quality of service. In addition, the significant reduction in roaming costs while using Mobil IP is the key selling point," said Lasse Ganbo, Head of Products and Services at Network Norway. "We selected CounterPath because their Bria softphone is easily the number one client in the marketplace. With unparalleled quality, security, and interoperability, Bria will make Mobil IP the number one VoIP solution in Norway." "CounterPath is meeting the changing needs of today's workplace. Whether it's a service provider like Network Norway or their clients, our tools and technology are the industry standard for the complete unified communications solution," said Todd Carothers, Executive Vice President of Sales and Marketing at CounterPath. "Network Norway is the country's fastest growing mobile operator and we are proud to provide the technology that will support their Mobil IP service. Through our relationship with Network Norway we are happy to be part of the Tele2 Group family and look forward to our further expansion within other territories." CounterPath is a provider of softphone technology.


Network Norway is part of the Tele2 Group and offers mobile services, content services and mobile products in the Norwegian business market.

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