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GO launches digital voice product

Riyadh, December 13, 2010

GO (Etihad Atheeb Telecom), a leading telecom services provider in Saudi Arabia, said it has launched the company's latest digital voice product, “GO Terhal” thus introducing a revolutionary concept for the first time in the Kingdom.

“GO Terhal” provides a range of unique features starting with the ability to transform any smart device (iPod Touch, iPad, and Samsung Galaxy Tab) to a phone device to make local and international calls and receive calls free of charge, with a special number from GO starting with 08111, said a company statement.

In addition, any smart phone device (iPhone, Galaxy S, HTC, Sony Ericsson, Nokia, and Blackberry) running on operating systems such as (iOS, Google Android, Smibian^3, and Windows Phone 7) or any Personal computer or Laptop (Windows, MAC, Linux), can work without a SIM Card and with the ability to customize infinite numbers on one device and ability to share one number among infinite number of devices.

“GO Terhal” can be downloaded free of charge from any of the popular App Stores such as iTunes App Store, Ovi Store and Google Android. Calls within “GO Terhal” network are free of charge during launch period.

Raed Kayal, acting chief executive of GO Telecom said, “We are pleased to launch the Digital calling service “GO Terhal”, which is a significant step for both the company and the Saudi telecom market, as a varied number of segments inside and outside Saudi Arabia will benefit from this high definition voice service."

"Our aim is to fully utilize our advanced infrastructure and increase the number of subscribers as every internet user inside or outside the Saudi Arabia is a potential customer regardless of their internet service provider," he added.-TradeArabia News Service




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