13 Apr 2011

New OneSuite Apps: iPhone, Android, BlackBerry One-Touch Dialing

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OneSuite Apps for iPhone, Android, and BlackBerry

OneSuite’s mobile apps + mobile site for our smartphone users is here!

Make cheap international calls with just one-touch from your iPhone, Android or BlackBerry’s contact list with our FREE OneSuite Mobile Dialer now!

One touch setting: Switch on Quick Dial Mode and you can call straight from your contacts list, on your iPhone, Android or BlackBerry.

Cheap: As low as 1.8¢/min! Cheap international calling rates from the U.S./Canada.

International coverage: Save 90% on international roaming calls from 20+ countries. Just change OneSuite access number settings and switch to a local SIM card.

Easy: No Wi-Fi or data plan required.

No more access numbers, PINs, or even dialing of the destination number!

The Dialer acts as an invisible hand that dials the access number, PIN, and destination number for you. You’ll know the call is being made through OneSuite when you hear the beginning of each voice prompt.

User Tips to Expedite Your OneSuite Mobile Dialer Connection

Check out the iPhone, Android and BlackBerry’s user tips here at our blog, Perk Up!, or visit our FAQ for more.

And last but not least, check out our new mobile site from your smart phone, a great companion to your OneSuite Mobile Dialer. Log in and manage your OneSuite account, check rates, or search for local, toll-free or international access numbers, all within the grasp of your hand!

Download OneSuite Dialer for Android

Download OneSuite Dialer for iPhone

Download OneSuite Dialer for BlackBerry

Disclaimer: This Mobile Apps provides you the simplest way to make calls on your smartphone through OneSuite services without entering the access number or PIN. The local access number on the Mobile Apps can be configured by user before using. Thus, each call may apply the local access rates as posted on our web site. The Mobile Apps can be used on smartphones of Android®, BlackBerry®, iPhone®, and is FREE to download without any monthly service charges. The Mobile Apps is available on, Android Market, BlackBerry App World, and iPhone App Store. You must verify with your mobile phone company whether there are any additional usage charges. OneSuite is not responsible for any charges or fees induced by any company other than OneSuite.


  • Comment Link Wendy Sunday, 25 November 2012 06:59 posted by Wendy

    I have an android and we have done all the steps but when I try to dial the international call it tells me it is not a valid number or the pin card is wrong...what am I doing wrong....anyone know?

  • Comment Link Stella, Penny Saver Wednesday, 21 September 2011 02:56 posted by Stella, Penny Saver

    Hi Steve,

    Thanks for your interests in using the OneSuite dialer app. The app for Symbian System is currently under development and you can always use ZipDial to skip entering the PIN for your calls with OneSuite.

    See this blog post for how to dial 4 keys to make international calls: http://blog.onesuite.com/index.php/blog/item/101-how-to-dial-4-keys-to-make-international-calls.html



  • Comment Link Steve Tuesday, 20 September 2011 21:44 posted by Steve

    Hi Stella,

    I really like your mobile calling/dialing option but its unfortunate that huge phones like Nokia E7 and N8 cant use your app. Please can Onesuite work on this aspect? Thanks


  • Comment Link Michael, Tech Guy Tuesday, 19 July 2011 02:07 posted by Michael, Tech Guy

    Hi JP,

    Thanks for getting back to us. The dialer actually takes you through the calling process (including the prompts), so you know your call is being connected. Hence no need to enter the numbers again. Is your ZipDial and RapiDial set up in your account? You can significantly cut down on the calling time if you do. The instructions are in the blog post, above.

    If you are still running into problems, send us an email at mobileapp@onesuite.com and we'd love to troubleshoot for you.


  • Comment Link JP Sunday, 17 July 2011 04:48 posted by JP

    Good idea on the Blackberry app.. but it needs serious work, it seems.

    Basically, every number I dial from the app returns an error, and I need to enter the number again after the charming voice prompts me to do so.

    Am I the only one with this problem?

  • Comment Link Michael, Tech Guy Thursday, 05 May 2011 03:22 posted by Michael, Tech Guy

    Hi David,

    Our OneSuite VoIP app is currently in development, so you will be able to count on OneSuite's low rates when you're abroad, without having to change SIM cards.

    We know you must rely on your iPhone for not just phone calls, but likely your schedules and many other functions, but for the time being, please either buy a prepaid phone with a SIM card in the UK, or use a landline.

    We hear your feedback and our new app is coming soon!



  • Comment Link David Morgan Monday, 02 May 2011 08:52 posted by David Morgan

    I have an iPhone, and cannot just change to a local sim card when I try to use my iPhone in the UK. Does the iPhone app somehow allow me to avoid paying the $0.99 per minute international roaming fee from ATT? I live in the US.

  • Comment Link Stella, Penny Saver Friday, 15 April 2011 08:19 posted by Stella, Penny Saver

    Hello Tim,

    Thanks for commenting, we believe that the advantage of the app lies in the convenience it provides: OneSuite users now have the option of making calls in just one touch, after settings setup.

    Maybe for an experienced user like yourself, you prefer to follow along the prompts and enter your 2 digit RapiDial number. But we’ve heard from many customers who enjoy the RapiDial function, but say they forget their 2 digit codes all the time (they’ve saved a lot of numbers in their phonebook). Now with the dialer, they don’t have to take the extra step of looking up their 2 digit code, or worry about mixing up their codes.

    And one touch dialing is designed around the multi-tasking habits of a lot of today’s smartphone users. After that initial touch, you’re free to pour yourself some water, change a TV channel or click on a webpage on your laptop, and just wait for the person you’re calling to pick up.

    From you comment, we actually just got a super useful tip from around our office. On your smartphone address/phonebook, why not create a group named “RapiDial,” and save all your 2 digit codes as phone numbers and enter the contact name. This way, you can call straight from your contact list using RapiDial, speeding up the connection process!

    And lastly, yes, we are working on future apps to use with our VoIP service. We appreciate your suggestions as we’re developing our next app!


  • Comment Link Tim Horton Thursday, 14 April 2011 10:11 posted by Tim Horton

    I believe if one uses no pin dialing, have contacts on zip dial, I fail to see the advantage of using the apps. In fact you don't even need a smart phone.
    On the other hand, apps utilizing wifi to make voip calls make sense to me and can save more money calling some countries. Hope these apps are in the development plan.

  • Comment Link Stella, Penny Saver Wednesday, 13 April 2011 08:36 posted by Stella, Penny Saver

    Hi Jim,

    The Windows Phone 7 app is actually on our product development schedule and we are currently working on it.

    Thanks for your support and your feedback is very much appreciated.


  • Comment Link Jim Wednesday, 13 April 2011 06:52 posted by Jim

    Looking forward to the Windows Phone 7 app... Soon, perhaps?

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