10/6/2006 3:09:00 PM
Vonage has produced what it is claiming is the world’s smallest phone, packed inside a USB device.
The V-Phone plugs into a computer, allowing the user to make calls anywhere in the world. Users can check their voicemail from a computer and send voicemail attachments via email. The device also supports features such as caller display, call waiting and 3-way calling.
It is no bigger than a keyring meaning and is being pitched to travellers and businesspeople on the move.
The device is available for £19.99 with a flat rate £7.99 a month call plan. It will be sold in PC World stores from 18th October.