Fone2Phone Transfers Old Cell Phone Contents to iPhone

Fone2Phone Transfers Old Cell Phone Contents to iPhone
Fone2Phone helps you to transfer your old cell phone contents to iPhone. Fone2Phone is for you when you have to transfer your contacts, dates, notes and bookmarks as well as your music, fotos and videos from your old cell phone to iPhone. Nova Media announced Fone2Phone, its utility for the Mac that allows users an automated process for moving data from one cell phone to an iPhone.
Fone2Phone integrates a "wizard"-style interface that helps you migrate contact information, events, tasks, notes, bookmarks, photos, music and movies from your old phone to the Macintosh. One the data's done being copied to the cell phone, iTunes can be used to synchronize data to the iPhone or an iPod on its next sync operation.

Activate Bluetooth on your cell phone and Macintosh Computer and launch Fone2Phone. This program will take over and do the work for you: from the connection process to copying all data to your Macintosh Computer. Fone2Phone requires Mac OS X v10.4.11 or later. Nova Media has stated that Fone2Phone will be available on January 14th and that cell phone models from Motorola, Nokia and Sony Ericsson are currently supported. Retailing for 16.72 Euros (about US$24.56) for the full retail price and 12.52 Euros (about US$18.39). The program requires Mac OS X 10.4.11 or later to run and pre-orders are available until January 31st.
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