FreePBX iOS/Android Mobile App in public beta now



  • Just wanted to share that you can download the mobile iOS/Android beta for FreePBX's Zulu now if you are a user.

    This went online Wednesday August 28th
    https://wiki.freepbx.org/display/ZU/Zulu+Mobile+Installation

    You can get 2 free licenses for your installation for free. Just getting ready to provision my phone to check it out.

    The latest desktop version of Zulu has worked pretty well. There is a Slack/Teams feature that isnt bad, but since you cant invite outsiders to it its probably not going to gain much traction. The whole interface is pretty nice though.

    I hope they change the licensing model from the $199 per 20 users per year to something per actual user.



  • @bigbear said in FreePBX iOS/Android Mobile App in public beta now:

    Just wanted to share that you can download the mobile iOS/Android beta for FreePBX's Zulu now if you are a user.

    This went online Wednesday August 28th
    https://wiki.freepbx.org/display/ZU/Zulu+Mobile+Installation

    You can get 2 free licenses for your installation for free. Just getting ready to provision my phone to check it out.

    The latest desktop version of Zulu has worked pretty well. There is a Slack/Teams feature that isnt bad, but since you cant invite outsiders to it its probably not going to gain much traction. The whole interface is pretty nice though.

    I hope they change the licensing model from the $199 per 20 users per year to something per actual user.

    That is only $10/user/year. That is not all the bad.

    What price point you after?

    Also, I was on their forum today and did not see a notice for this!

    The Zulu app on Fedora works okay-ish.



  • Oh nice, they are using TestFlight for iOS testing. I've used that for testing some apps in the past. Worked decent enough.



  • @jaredbusch said in FreePBX iOS/Android Mobile App in public beta now:

    @bigbear said in FreePBX iOS/Android Mobile App in public beta now:

    Just wanted to share that you can download the mobile iOS/Android beta for FreePBX's Zulu now if you are a user.

    This went online Wednesday August 28th
    https://wiki.freepbx.org/display/ZU/Zulu+Mobile+Installation

    You can get 2 free licenses for your installation for free. Just getting ready to provision my phone to check it out.

    The latest desktop version of Zulu has worked pretty well. There is a Slack/Teams feature that isnt bad, but since you cant invite outsiders to it its probably not going to gain much traction. The whole interface is pretty nice though.

    I hope they change the licensing model from the $199 per 20 users per year to something per actual user.

    That is only $10/user/year. That is not all the bad.

    What price point you after?

    Also, I was on their forum today and did not see a notice for this!

    The Zulu app on Fedora works okay-ish.

    I would like it to be just $10/user/year

    Currently if you have 9 users you have to buy 20 and if you have 22 users you have to buy 40. At least that’s the only option in the portal. Increments of 20 and I think 50



  • @jaredbusch said in FreePBX iOS/Android Mobile App in public beta now:

    Oh nice, they are using TestFlight for iOS testing. I've used that for testing some apps in the past. Worked decent enough.

    It resolves the primary gripe I had about FreePBX with the mobile sip clients and responsive firewall issues.

    Now if only it could be multitenant...



  • @bigbear said in FreePBX iOS/Android Mobile App in public beta now:

    @jaredbusch said in FreePBX iOS/Android Mobile App in public beta now:

    @bigbear said in FreePBX iOS/Android Mobile App in public beta now:

    Just wanted to share that you can download the mobile iOS/Android beta for FreePBX's Zulu now if you are a user.

    This went online Wednesday August 28th
    https://wiki.freepbx.org/display/ZU/Zulu+Mobile+Installation

    You can get 2 free licenses for your installation for free. Just getting ready to provision my phone to check it out.

    The latest desktop version of Zulu has worked pretty well. There is a Slack/Teams feature that isnt bad, but since you cant invite outsiders to it its probably not going to gain much traction. The whole interface is pretty nice though.

    I hope they change the licensing model from the $199 per 20 users per year to something per actual user.

    That is only $10/user/year. That is not all the bad.

    What price point you after?

    Also, I was on their forum today and did not see a notice for this!

    The Zulu app on Fedora works okay-ish.

    I would like it to be just $10/user/year

    Currently if you have 9 users you have to buy 20 and if you have 22 users you have to buy 40. At least that’s the only option in the portal. Increments of 20 and I think 50

    Yeah, the 20 user blocks only make sense for huge companies. For small ones, it often means $15-20/user, rather than $10. Which are huge percentage increases.



  • @bigbear said in FreePBX iOS/Android Mobile App in public beta now:

    @jaredbusch said in FreePBX iOS/Android Mobile App in public beta now:

    @bigbear said in FreePBX iOS/Android Mobile App in public beta now:

    Just wanted to share that you can download the mobile iOS/Android beta for FreePBX's Zulu now if you are a user.

    This went online Wednesday August 28th
    https://wiki.freepbx.org/display/ZU/Zulu+Mobile+Installation

    You can get 2 free licenses for your installation for free. Just getting ready to provision my phone to check it out.

    The latest desktop version of Zulu has worked pretty well. There is a Slack/Teams feature that isnt bad, but since you cant invite outsiders to it its probably not going to gain much traction. The whole interface is pretty nice though.

    I hope they change the licensing model from the $199 per 20 users per year to something per actual user.

    That is only $10/user/year. That is not all the bad.

    What price point you after?

    Also, I was on their forum today and did not see a notice for this!

    The Zulu app on Fedora works okay-ish.

    I would like it to be just $10/user/year

    Currently if you have 9 users you have to buy 20 and if you have 22 users you have to buy 40. At least that’s the only option in the portal. Increments of 20 and I think 50

    Ah ok because of the price blocks. Yes, I agree there.


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