SOURCE: Omnnea

February 17, 2011 11:42 ET

Omnnea CEO Dr. Faisal Fadul Unveils New WebPhone Services

WASHINGTON, DC--(Marketwire - February 17, 2011) - Omnnea has developed a WebPhone module and has launched experimental WebPhone services to compete with SIP based telephone services such as Skype. The product was designed to address the needs of Arabic Speaking clients worldwide and provides capabilities that are not present in Skype or other similar services. Omnnea's WebPhone is designed to be an all encompassing telecom application for residential and business clients alike. The WebPhone supports among other features, calling from cellular and landline phones, balance transfer among clients including certain cell phone subscribers in Iraq, Web Callback, e-fax, unified billing and more. Omnnea's WebPhone is the only commercial product that can be used worldwide from any computer with internet access without the need to download the actual module. Dr. Faisal Fadul, Omnnea's CEO, stated, "There are sizeable communities of Arabic ex-pats living in North America and Europe and this product is tailored to their specific needs." Omneia LLC, a US based subsidiary company of Omnnea, is scheduled to launch these services on or about April 1st, 2011. Omnnea's WebPhone experimental services can be found at www.omneia.com.

About Omnnea Wireless -- Omnnea Wireless is privately held operator in Iraq. It is currently providing wireless voice, internet and data services throughout Iraq. Omnnea is currently engaged in wireless telecommunications integration and services, research & development based security services and information technology. Headquartered in Babylon Province, the firm has additional offices in Najaf, Basra, and Baghdad, as well as a satellite office in Herndon, Virginia. Omnnea has been operating in Iraq since 2007 and prides itself on its efforts in corporate ethical and social responsibility. For more information on Omnnea Wireless, please visit www.omnnea.com or contact info@omnnea.com.

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