Founded in October 2006, Hamburg-based cellity AG offers an addressbook 2.0 web and mobile platform and innovative mobile telephony services based on its own software technology.
The new cellity Communicator includes the cellity Addressbook 2.0, which synchronizes automatically all contact information from different sources, like the mobile phone book, Outlook, Twitter, AOL, Hotmail, Yahoomail, Gmail and Social Networks like Plaxo and LinkedIn, and keeps them updated.
The cellity Communicator also integrates smart functions such as mobile e-mail, freeSMS, low-priced international calls, easy conference calling and a secure and reliable backup service. The free cellity cellphone applications have already been downloaded over 6 million times in over 160 countries and work with any mobile and SIM card.
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