Fring ITS Mobile
Fring Settings for ITS Mobile
Fring is a free mobile VoIP software, allows you to talk & IM
via your handset’s internet connection to other mobile phones and
PC-based services with SIP providers such as ITS Mobile, as well as
Skype, MSN Messenger, ICQ, Google Talk at no extra cost.
Here you can find Fring SIP settings and voip setup configuration guide with ITS Mobile service.
To add ITS Mobile service navigate between the options using the up
and down arrows on your handset. Choose SIP from the list (press your
joystick in to select items in the list) and press Next using your
right soft key.
When the following screen appears choose Other from the list.
The following screen appears;
Enter the following for Registrar Server settings
User ID: 5551231234 (Instead of 5551231234 account
number example, use the account number assigned to you when signed up
for ITS Mobile service. )
Password: Enter the password that you chose when you signed up for the service.
SIP proxy : mobile.its-canada.net
Once Fring is registered to make a SIP call:
1. Choose a contact in your address book and press Options using your left
2. From the Call submenu, choose SIP call.
Your call is made using the ITS Mobile account you have added.
To dial any phone number that is part of the NANP (North American Numbering Plan), you must dial:
1 + Area Code + Phone number
To dial any phone number that is outside of the NANP (North American Numbering Plan), you must dial:
Country Code + City Code + Phone number
For example if you want to call Brazil (country code 55) phone
number in Rio de Janeiro (city code 21) you must dial 5521 and phone
Phones Supported by Fring for Mobile VoIP calls
Some of the phones supported by Fring to make mobile VoIP calls are
Nokia 6630, Nokia 6680, Nokia 6681, Nokia 6682, Nokia E60, Nokia E61,
Nokia E61i, Nokia E65, Nokia E70, Nokia N70, Nokia N71, Nokia N72,
Nokia N73, Nokia N75, Nokia N76, Nokia N77, Nokia N80, Nokia N90, Nokia
N91, Nokia N92, Nokia N93, Nokia N95, Sony Ericsson P1i, Sony Ericsson
P990i and virtualy almost any other smybian supported device.