T-Mobile Demands Sipgate Remove iPhone App

T-Mobile Demands Sipgate Remove iPhone App

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T-Mobile Germany has asked sipgate to cease and desist offering their iPhone VoIP software.

T-Mobile claims that sipgate is making the jailbreak process appear more attractive which causes customers to breach their contract. Their contracts disallows jailbreaking, running VoIP, instant messaging, and VPN applications.

Thilo Salmon, CEO of sipgate, Inc., says "for the time being our users are safe" since sipgate only runs on WiFi. He doubts the legal validity of the argument but said "we may need to fight this all the way through the courts."

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j520
j520 - July 18, 2008 at 12:27pm
"Their contracts disallows jailbreaking, running VoIP, instant messaging, and VPN applications" yeah this is crap and T-Mobile will never be able to offer any of the jailbreaking benefits.
IKEA
IKEA - July 17, 2008 at 8:08pm
"sipgate is making the jailbreak process appear more attractive" LMAO! Awww, poor babys, T-Mobile needs to understand, sipgate or no sipgate, the "Jailbreak process" will always be more attractive then anything offered on official levels.
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