Voiceserve Signs Second Contract with A Leading Middle Eastern Carrier

voiceserve_logo.jpgVoiceserve has entered into a contract for its Mobile VoIP Dialer with one of the largest and fastest growing mobile carriers in the Middle East with currently over 22 million subscribers. The Middle Eastern cellular phone company will offer Voiceserve's award winning mobile dialer software through a private label initiative under its own brand name. Both companies have been working on this initiative over the past several months and plan to launch the offering this month.

Under the terms of agreement, Voiceserve created a VoIP phone application, a specifically branded dialer for the carrier's mobile subscribers that enables cellular communication via Internet/3G/EDGE connectivity, for the iPhone/iPad, Blackberry, Android, Win-Mobile and Symbian mobile phones. In exchange, Voiceserve received a one-time license fee from the carrier and will receive an annual support fee per user that signs up for the newly created dialer service. Subscribers will be able to take advantage of low cost communications provided by VoIP from their cell phones, irrespective of their global location, avoiding expensive roaming fees associated with the cellular network. This significant savings is a tremendous incentive for mobile phone users to download the dialer, which is an extremely fast and simple process, especially in countries where inter-country dialing is common.

Posted on Jun 15, 2011  Reviews | Share |  Digg
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