du to offer cheap internet calls from next month

21 April 2010

حركة استراتيجية قوية راح تنمي الشركة في المدى المتوسط والبعيد من حيث تزايد عدد المستخدمين، وهذا السبب يعود الى رفض شركة الاتصالات لمستخدمينها لهذا البرنامج. برنامج سكايب برنامج اتصال على الكمبيوتر وفيه خاصيه الهاتف العادي من حيث انه يتصل من خلال الانترنت لخفض رسوم الاتصال بشكل كبير جدا. وفي مميزات جدا حلوه في هذا البرنامج وهو الاتصال المجاني لشركات عالمية التي تستخدم نفس البرنامج للاتصال بها.

هذا المقال من موقع Arabian Business

by Elsa Baxter This email address is being protected from spam bots, you need Javascript enabled to view it  on Tuesday, 20 April 2010

CHEAP CALLS: Du's VoIP service will be available to residential and business customers from next month, exec says. (Getty Images_

CHEAP CALLS: Du’s VoIP service will be available to residential and business customers from next month, exec says. (Getty Images)

Dubai telecom operator du plans to offer residents cheap internet-based overseas calls from next month, it has been reported.
The move follows that from rival Etisalat last month to offer its business clients VoIP (Voice over Internet Protocol) services, but du’s new package also extends to residential customers.
“We will start to develop services that are based on voice over IP for the end user. Whether it is through handset or the Web or different types of devices, these things will happen,” Farid Faraidooni, chief commercial officer, told the National.

He told the paper the firm was in talks with Skype about a tie up where the VoIP giant’s applications would be installed on du’s mobile devices.
In March the Telecoms Regulatory Authority (TRA) gave local firms permission to operate VoIP services, but did not extend the permission to international companies like Skype.
Du announced on Monday it plans to raise a AED1bn rights issue next month to fund new projects, including VoIP services.

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