Fone2Phone moves data from an ordinary cell phone to an iPhone, iPod

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[prMac.com] FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE

Berlin - January 4, 2008 - nova media is proud to announce the release of Fone2Phone for Mac OS X at Macworld Expo 2008. Fone2Phone is a sleek utility for Macintosh users that will copy data from an ordinary cell phone to the Macintosh computer in one streamlined operation, making iPhone and iPod migration much simpler.

Jan Fuellemann, PR spokesperson for nova media, said, "This little jewel takes care of the complete communication process, from connecting the cell phone to saving the files in the appropriate locations on the Mac."

Fone2Phone offers a simple wizard interface for copying contacts, events, tasks, notes, bookmarks, photos, music and movies from the old cell phone to the Mac. It is so seamlessly integrated with Macintosh desktop applications, user interaction is only required to select the cell phone and which data to copy.

After Fone2Phone has finished the copying process, iTunes can be used as usual to determine which data should be transferred to the iPhone or iPod during the next sync operation.

Pricing and Availability:
Fone2Phone requires Mac OS X 10.4.11 (10.5.2 or higher for Leopard) and a compatible cell phone. Fone2Phone has an introductory price of Euro 12,52 plus VAT (approximately $19 U.S.) until Jan. 31. After that, FoneLink will cost Euro 16,72 plus VAT (approximately $25 U.S.). A demo version will be available for download on Jan. 14 at nova media's website.

The founders of "nova media Mobile Data Solutions GmbH" started their business in 1996 in Berlin. The company specializes in mobile data solutions for Mac OS X. More information is available on the nova media website, or by phone at +49 30 390 90 40.

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