Telefónica TU-Go Now Supports In-Browser Call & Messaging with WebRTC

28 February 2015
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Telefónica TU-Go Now Supports In-Browser Call & Messaging with WebRTC Image Credit: Telefónica

Telefónica has announced that its multi-device calling and messaging application, TU Go, can now be accessed directly within compatible web browsers, removing the need to download an application for desktop use. The solution which has been tested fully on Chrome and Firefox with the promise of supporting more browsers soon, will make cross-device calling and messaging easier than ever, said the company. 

Telefónica has made the solution available in the UK and Argentina with more markets, including Peru, Mexico and Brazil, to follow soon. 

The TU Go for Web interface allows for up to five conversations to take place in parallel, removing the need for users to open and re-open conversations. Due to the fact the the service uses data inputs from Telefónica's network, rather than from a person’s phone, the core functionality of a phone is available across devices, making the whole experience seamless. 

Jorge Serna Pozuelo, TU Go Director of Products at Telefónica
The way in which we communicate is continuing to change and it’s our job as a leading Digital Telco to ensure that our customers have access to the very best digital services and experiences.

Ray is a news editor at The Fast Mode, bringing with him more than 10 years of experience in the wireless industry.

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