Sunday, March 26, 2006

JAJAH Launches Low-Cost, Web-activated VoIP

JAJAH, a venture-backed VoIP start-up based in Menlo Park, California, launched its low-cost VoIP service that lets people use their landline or mobile phones to place long-distance or international calls.

JAJAH establishes phone-to-phone connections through the Internet for cheap calls. The process is simple: callers type in their own number (landline or mobile) at , and insert their desired destination number. JAJAH then rings both parties on their actual phones.

JAJAH is backed by Sequoia Capital. http://www.jajah.com


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