Orange is well known to offer its own branded apps and services. Their latest gig is called Libon and it’s a VoIP app/service that features HD calls. Viber and Skype (to an extent) can also do this, but the carrier thinks its brand is powerful enough to entice a critical mass of users to try out Libon.
Feature wise, the application supports free text messaging between Libon users, visual voicemail with greetings customization and transcription, text-to-speech functionality, email notification of missed voicemails received and more. Free version limits greetings customization to 3 different contacts or groups of contacts, while premium option — available through in-app purchasing — adds unlimited customized greetings, full-length transcription of all voicemail messages, unlimited storage and email copies of all voicemails. Moreover, there’s a full hour of international call talk-time per month to landline or mobile numbers in 31 countries. Sounds interesting though I can’t really imagine trying another VoIP client as Skype “does the job” for me. What about you? Are you willing to try out Libon?
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