Listen to Internet radio stations from all over the world on your mobile phone with VirtualRadio! With modern phones with Wi-fi (WLAN) capacity VirtualRadio alternatively connects to the Internet through WLAN or your operator's network! Internet access through WLAN avoids all mobile phone operators’ costs and gives full mobile Internet radio pleasure!
Be aware that your mobile phone must be able to connect to WLAN. If in doubt, please check your manual. If WLAN access is not available, you can always connect to the Internet through your mobile phone operator’s network using GPRS, EDGE or 3G (UMTS). If you are no having a flat rate payment plan, you better check for the costs of data download with your mobile phone operator.
VirtualRadio has made third place at the Broadband Week in December 2006 in Berlin and has achieved the Commended GSMA Global Mobile Award at the 3GSM Congress in February 2007 in Barcelona!
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Supported operating systems:
UIQ 3.0, UIQ 3.1
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