And BNS has launched an interesting ‘VoIP on your mobile’ product under the name WiDial. BNS already operates one of the UK’s largest VoIP networks; WiDial features half a dozen Nokia handsets and a couple of PDAs, offers WiFi access via 16,700 UK hotspots and 60,000 worldwide, and charges calls at 3.95p per minute for the UK, 4.05p per minute for Europe and the States. More about WiDial in this month’s feature.
On top of that, BNS has just reported pretty impressive six-month interims, with turnover up 38% at £15.8m and underlying operating profits more than trebled to £689,000.
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