4SmartPhone, enabling owners of every smartphone the ability to seamlessly connect to and synch over-the-air their email, contacts and calendar through its Hosted Exchange 2007 service, announced today that it will support iPhone customers with a new site "4iphone.net". Here is more info:
Last week, Apple announced that first generation iPhone devices with the 2.0 firmware upgrade as well as the upcoming iPhone 3G will support Microsoft Exchange ActiveSync beginning July 11th.
?4SmartPhone is excited to launch our 4iPhone.net site. In actuality, we?ve had the site up for a couple of months now and we already have iPhone users from over 20 countries pre-register to use our 4SmartPhone service as soon as Apple releases the 2.0 update to the original iPhone and begins selling the iPhone 3G,? said Patrick Gilbert, president and CEO, 4SmartPhone. ?There is no doubt that this device has pushed smartphones further to the forefront of consumers and businesses.?
iPhone 2.0 and 3G owners that want to connect their iPhone with a new business or personal Hosted Exchange 2007 account will just need to visit www.4iPhone.net and sign up for service. It takes only minutes to complete the setup. After July 11, iPhone owners will begin receiving emails, contacts and calendar items on the iPhone from their 4SmartPhone account. Individuals can sign up for accounts that start at $10.95 per month. Furthermore, any accredited Apple developer using the iPhone 2.0 Beta firmware can start benefiting from 4SmartPhone today!
Hosted Exchange Offers Safety and Security for iPhone
4iPhone.net customers benefit from Microsoft Exchange ActiveSync which allows users instantaneous access, anytime, anywhere to their email. Other benefits of hosted Exchange include constantly synced email, calendars and contacts; the ability to delete all data from the iPhone device in case of theft or loss through the Remote Wipe function; and greater email security than is provided by typical IMAP or POP3 accounts.
4iPhone does all the heavy lifting for you with hosted Exchange, and all customers have to do is pay a nominal monthly fee. All customers need to worry about is simply using the fastest growing smartphone on the market.