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Voip-Pal.Com ambitions in India adressed to immigrants communities


Voip-Pal.Com ambitions in India adressed to immigrants communities
Enterprise Voip-Pal.Com Inc. ("Voip-Pal") has announced about the commencing operational deployment into potentially extremely promising sales channel to India to help strengthen the global positioning of Voip-Pal's services and products. Since 2008 Voip-Pal successfully utilizes its Joint Venture Licensing Agreement with two website domains www.RupeeChat.com and www.RupeePhone.com.
The original proceedings of these sites were suspended by Voip-Pal until its dedicated VoIP software was completely designed and tested. RupeeChat.com and RupeePhone.com are licensed by Voip-Pal to be the platforms of technology on its websites and will be implemented as an Indian exposure of PointsPhone.com. Currently, having Voip-Pal's existing cloud server, softswitch platform and using the most modern smartphone mobile applications available, Voip-Pal is totally ready to finalize the development of these new sales channels to India. "India's market potential is huge," describes Dennis Chang, President of Voip-Pal. "India is the second biggest English speaking country in the world with a provisional pool of almost a billion customers. Travelers and Expatriates from India who desire to communicate with homes, families and business in India will be our target marketing segment. Development has started with our Indian partners to configure a social network site as well as a VoIP calling site to serve this broad. Although this is a niche commitment, it represents huge revenue potential through a new sales channel for Voip-Pal. Through RupeeChat and RupeePhone, we will have a perfect Indian regional social and chat network for east and west communication that will be based on Voip-Pal's products and services, thus increasing our revenue potential." Before 2002, VoIP services and operations in India were prohibited in any form, but in April 2002, India has approved VoIP as a legal connectivity means in a limited sector of use. In late 2008, after years of growing demand on VoIP and internet telephony, India's telecom regulators commenced the process of allowing merely unlimited internet telephony and VoIP. Many manufacturers as Voip-Pal now treat India as an untapped market and potentially tremendous field for its VoIP solutions and applications. There are an estimated 20 to 25 million Indian immigrants reported globally of which 15% live in North America alone. Indian immigrants generally stay in touch with contacts in their homeland India, and it is this niche market that Voip-Pal will be targeting.


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