JAJAH adds 22 new countries to its service

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 or cheaper VoIP calls using regular phones.

To support the development, infrastructure has been upscaled which should see increased call quality.

Roman Scharf, JAJAH co-founder: "With each new market entry, we are realizing our vision of building a global low-cost calling service for consumers and businesses alike".

The 22 new countries are: Anguilla, Antarctica, Bahrain, Bangladesh, Bosnia and Herzegovina, Bulgaria, Chile, Cook Islands, Croatia, Holy See (Vatican City State), Kuwait, Lithuania, Macedonia, the Former Yugoslav Republic, Republic of Moldova, Nepal, Oman, Pakistan, Qatar, Serbia and Montenegro, Saudi Arabia, United Arab Emirates and Yemen.