BroadTouch MobileLink

BroadTouch MobileLink


BroadTouch™ MobileLink is a simple non-VoIP client that enables end-users to make and receive calls over their existing cellular service using their business identity. Users can dial and manage calls from their personal smartphones just as they would from their office desk phone, including tracking calls, picking up business voicemail, managing personal settings, and more.

With MobileLink, users can also search corporate directories, click-to-dial from the contact, and manage calling options, including call through (direct dial without pin codes or two-stage dialing) and call back (invokes a call from the BroadWorks system, avoiding roaming charges.)

Operator and system neutral, BroadTouch MobileLink is completely integrated with the BroadWorks® service delivery platform, turning the business user’s personal mobile into an extension of the PBX.

MobileLink also integrates with BroadTouch Msg.Now — a fixed-line text messaging solution that allows users to send and receive text messages using their business number.

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Note: BroadTouch MobileLink will only work in conjunction of a service provided by your service provider. Please contact your service provider for details.
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Recent changes:
• Improved the handling on poor network condition.
• Improved branding support.
• Minor bug fixes.
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Free
79
4.0
User ratings
26
Installs
1,000+
Concerns
2
File size
2546 kb
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About BroadTouch MobileLink
BroadTouch™ MobileLink is a simple non-VoIP client that enables end-users to make and receive calls over their existing cellular service using their business identity. Users can dial and manage calls from their personal smartphones just as they would from their office desk phone, including tracking calls, picking up business voicemail, managing personal settings, and more.

With MobileLink, users can also search corporate directories, click-to-dial from the contact, and manage calling options, including call through (direct dial without pin codes or two-stage dialing) and call back (invokes a call from the BroadWorks system, avoiding roaming charges.)

Operator and system neutral, BroadTouch MobileLink is completely integrated with the BroadWorks® service delivery platform, turning the business user’s personal mobile into an extension of the PBX.

MobileLink also integrates with BroadTouch Msg.Now — a fixed-line text messaging solution that allows users to send and receive text messages using their business number.

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Note: BroadTouch MobileLink will only work in conjunction of a service provided by your service provider. Please contact your service provider for details.
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Recent changes:
• Improved the handling on poor network condition.
• Improved branding support.
• Minor bug fixes.

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Android Market Comments
A Google User
Sep 10, 2014
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A Google User
Mar 20, 2014
Good but needs full KitKat support It works well, but on KitKat (Google Nexus 5) the application will not register as the default dialing application on the device.
A Google User
May 16, 2013
Garbage Broadworks takes NO responsibility for this application.
A Google User
Apr 8, 2013
Fails to authenticate since last update Since i updated yesterday, my sgs2 and n7 both tell me network failure when i try to authenticate. Turning off wifi on the phone to try on cell network failed also. Nothing changed on SP side. **figured out it didnt like the https had to change to http
A Google User
Apr 8, 2013
Fails to authenticate since last update Since i updated yesterday, my sgs2 and n7 both tell me network failure when i try to authenticate. Turning off wifi on the phone to try on cell network failed also. Nothing changed on SP side. **figured out it didnt like the https had to change to http