"With [this service], customers would be able to have the best of both worlds - great savings and mobility using their mobile device."
Both WiFi and 3G coverage areas are growing in Australia, and Fung plans to work with other handset manufacturers to increase the range of mobile devices that support MyNetFone.
"This is jus the beginning of a new generation of enhanced services that we'll be releasing this year. These new generation services would enable MyNetFone to add more customers and increase the average spend per user," said Fung.
"With the On-the-Go service, MyNetFone is growing into a lucrative, growing mobile market."
Nokia's N80 IE, N95, E90, E65, E61i, E61, E60 and E70 PR3 are all compatible with the software; the flagship N95 costs around the $1,300 mark which will initially restrict usage of MyNetFone's technology to the business end of the market.