SOURCE: JAJAH Inc.

January 08, 2007 19:27 ET

JAJAH Slashes Phone Rates for U.S. Calls to India

As a Service to the Indian Expatriate Community, JAJAH Reduces Rates to as Little as 8.97 Cents per Minute

MOUNTAIN VIEW, CA -- (MARKET WIRE) -- January 8, 2007 -- JAJAH formally announced today that it has dramatically reduced phone rates for calls to India from the United States and the U.K. Using JAJAH, one the most innovative global phone services, callers can connect with India at rates as low as 8.97 cents per minute (UK: 4,7p). The new rates became effective on New Year's Day, and JAJAH is now announcing them to the growing community of consumers who are using JAJAH to stay connected with family in India.

"This is a service to the Indian expatriate community which has been helping to spread the word about JAJAH, " said Roman Scharf, co-founder of JAJAH. "With the new rates, it will be easier for them to stay in touch with their families."

"Calling India from the U.S. has never been cheaper," said Venkat Ganesan, an investor and board member at JAJAH. Ganesan uses JAJAH to call family in India.

More than one million people around the globe have already registered with JAJAH, a service that provides consumers with a Web-activated solution without the restraints of hardware, software or downloads. The low rate of 8.97 cents per minute connects any U.S. phone with any Indian phone -- landline and mobile.

At the same time, JAJAH has reduced its rates to more than 200 other worldwide destinations, and has added more countries to its unique global free-calling zone. "Our vision is to bring free calling to as many countries as possible," said Scharf. "That vision is the principle driver behind our business strategies."

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JAJAH, the world's most innovative global communications company, is dedicated to bringing users vastly improved telephony solutions at a fraction of the traditional price. JAJAH enables consumers to make free and low cost telephone calls, locally or globally, dialing from either their computers or mobile phones. By combining the best of the Internet with the best of the existing telephony infrastructure, JAJAH removes the barriers to communication and makes it easier for people everywhere to stay in touch. Unconstrained by technology, infrastructure, or geography, JAJAH is positioned to be the first true player in the new world of global communication. Roman Scharf and Daniel Mattes, driven by their vision of global communication without barriers in terms of devices, rates, location or functionality, founded JAJAH in 2005. JAJAH has offices in Mountain View, CA and Luxembourg.

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