QuickIM instant messenger software allows you to connect to public MSN networks (Yahoo messenger compatible in 2006 thanks to the interconnectivity deal between MSN and Yahoo) and chat with friends from anywhere you are. QuickIM is also available for AOL/AIM network and for corporate instant messaging networks running 12Planet ICS (Instant Communications Server).
Why choose QuickIM instant messenger for your phone?
Unlike some mobile messenger software, QuickIM charges only a one time licence fee, there is no annual subscription to pay! Make sure to read fully the competing offers small prints before making a purchasing decision. If it's written somewhere "the cost of this product includes the first year of service.", it means you have to pay every year in order to use their software! QuickIM charges only a one-time fee for unlimited use.
QuickIM does not use costly text messages (SMS) nor WAP connections to connect to the MSN network. Most mobile messengers use WAP connections and do server polling every few seconds, which result into high GPRS data use and high data bill. As opposed to those solutions, QuickIM is very data bandwidth friendly, but requires a full Internet access GPRS APN (Access Point) instead of common WAP GPRS. You may have to contact your operator to subscribe to a full internet access GPRS data option. But the resulting difference in your monthly data bill will make the software cost negligible, even compared to free alternatives.
Beyond those competitive strengths, QuickIM is simply an excellent mobile messenger for MSN (AOL instant messaging is available on Symbian 7.0 / UIQ phones). Because QuickIM is available on almost all major phones, you should get a QuickIM for you and also for your family members to stay in touch anytime.