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O2 reported to have bought Jajah

O2 reported to have bought Jajah

By 21 December 2009

It's being reported that Telefonica-owned O2 has bought VoIP company Jajah in a huge buy-out. While previous reports on the topic suggested that both Cisco and Microsoft were bidding for the Israeli start-up, it's O2 that's said to have won the bidding... >>

Jajah app turns your iPod touch into a phone

Jajah app turns your iPod touch into a phone

By 5 February 2009

IP telecommunications company Jajah, has announced a new application that will be able to turn the iPod touch into a fully functioning mobile phone. The new app will enable networks to launch the service under their own brand and provide customers with... >>

Intel turns PC into answering machine

Intel turns PC into answering machine

By 14 August 2008

Intel has announced a new technology that will allow your computer to wake up from sleep mode to accept phone calls or requests to access data. The new technology called "Remote Wake" will be available next month and allow users to turn their computer... >>

Jajah announces 10 million customers in 2 years

Jajah announces 10 million customers in 2 years

By 29 April 2008

Jajah has announced that as the company celebrates 2 years in business, they have amassed 10 million customers. Jajah co-founder and chairman Daniel Mattes says: "In the past two years, more than 10 million customers from around the world chose Jajah... >>

Jajah to develop native iPhone VoIP app

Jajah to develop native iPhone VoIP app

By 3 April 2008

Jajah has announced that it is building on its current Apple iPhone call-back offering by participating in the iPhone Developer Program to create a native global VoIP application. The new global VoIP application is expected to be available this summer,... >>

Jajah awarded major industry award

Jajah awarded major industry award

By 11 March 2008

The Graham Bell Award for Best Communication Solution has been awarded to Californian company Jajah for its long-distance and international calling products. Its service can be accessed from any phone or computer in 122 countries at the moment - and allows... >>

Skype owner eBay removes JAJAH VoIP buttons

Skype owner eBay removes JAJAH VoIP buttons

By 4 October 2007

It looks like that we-paid-too-much for Skype news from eBay has put the company in a right bad mood. Overnight, the auction giant has taken down all listings that contained JAJAH Buttons that auction holders had put up since the widgets launched. The... >>

JAJAH offers new click-to-call Button widget

JAJAH offers new click-to-call Button widget

By 2 October 2007

JAJAH has launched "JAJAH Buttons" that offer a click-through direct dial functionality to their VoIP service. Designed to be used in emails, on websites, eBay listings, blogs and social networks, the buttons let the user call you, without you having... >>

JAJAH adds 22 new countries to its service

JAJAH adds 22 new countries to its service

By 21 September 2007

JAJAH has announced it has expanded its service to a further 22 countries, which brings the total coverage up to 122. JAJAH offers web-activated telephony, which works on both traditional land lines and mobile phones, the service lets people make free... >>

JAJAH sees 50% registration jump from Skype's outage

JAJAH sees 50% registration jump from Skype's outage

By 23 August 2007

The question over what really did happen to cause the two day Skype outage is still rumbling on, but some companies did benefit from the VoIP giant's problems. JAJAH has announced that new user registrations jumped more than 50% since Friday. JAJAH, free... >>