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iBurst to launch VoIP services

7 Nov 2007

The South African wireless internet operator iBurst says it plans to introduce IP-based voice telephony services later this month and will offer new customers a free VoIP handset in a bid to improve take-up. Its existing 55,000 subscribers will be able to buy the phone for ZAR200 (USD30), while all customers will be allocated a new phone number for their internet phone line, ITWeb reports.

South Africa, Rain (Multisource/WBS)

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