If you have no idea what JAJAH is, you’re probably paying too much for your phone calls. You should go have a look at my post from February.
Good, now that we’ve established I’m not always too late reporting interesting new developments ;), let me tell you that using JAJAH’s VOIP-based callback service on a mobile works very well. While I couldn’t test the “seamless integration” on phones using the Symbian OS, triggering a callback with the Java application is not too much of a hassle either. For a list of supported phones and further information, go here.
Thank you, JAJAH! No longer will I have to postpone making international calls until I’m on a PC. 😀
Please note (to prevent expensive misunderstandings): If you use JAJAH while roaming outside your operator’s network,
you’ll of course still have to pay roaming charges for the incoming (callback) call.