Wednesday, May 9, 2007

JAJAH Raises $20 Million for VoIP via Mobiles

JAJAH, a start-up based in Mountain View, California, announced $20 million in Series C funding for its mobile calling service.

JAJAH offers a Mobile Suite application that enables consumers to make free long-distance and global calls directly from their mobile phones. To use the service, you first need a JAJAH account, which is free and without obligation.

Intel Capital was the lead investor (amount undisclosed) in the round.
Additionally, a business agreement was made with Intel Corporation that includes business and marketing components. Intel will provide JAJAH access to their extensive community of product dealers, OEM customers and developers, to further their reach into global development communities.

JAJAH was founded in 2005, and has offices in Mountain View, Calif., Tel Aviv and Luxembourg.

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