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Wednesday, December 4, 2013

Telefonica is closing its Jajah VoIP service next month

Telefonica is closing its Voice-over-IP service Jajah from 31st January 2014. It acquired the company in 2009 for €145 million.

A number of Telefonica and O2-branded services now use technology from Jajah, including the Tu Go application.

A statement on the Jajah website says “As of January 31, 2014, Jajah will no longer offer its services. This means that, as of January 31, 2014, you will no longer be able to make any calls through any of Jajah’s services, including the Jajah.com website and Jajah Direct. Registration of new accounts are no longer being accepted. You will be able to continue using your account in the normal way until this date. Users who wish to apply for a refund of any balance remaining on their account prior to the service closing may do so.”

[Jajah blog]

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