Internet telephony gets Arabic support

One of the leading Internet telephony companies has launched a new Arabic language service, allowing customers to make cheap long distance phone calls through a PC.

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By  Philip Fenton Published  September 19, 2002

One of the leading Internet telephone companies has launched an Arabic language service to cater for Arab users around the world.

Phoneserve allows customers to make international calls via a PC, saving as much as 85% on call charges.

"Of the top five global Internet telephone companies, we are unique in offering an Arabic service to our customers," said Paul Kelly, Phoneserve's marketing manager. "Phoneserve has a truly global reach through its multi-language website and multi-currency options. We are delighted to be able to offer a service to our Arab customers in their own language, since the majority of our customers are in the Middle East," he added.

The website was designed in-house then translated into Arabic by the company’s Saudi Arabian partners. Kuwait, Saudi Arabia and the United Arab Emirates are Phoneserve's largest markets in the Middle East.

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