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Published on Thursday, 08 November 2012 19:12
Y-talk international calling application can install in mobile phones starting from November 3, according to Miss Miles, Managing Director of VMG Telecoms.
VMG Telecoms is a VoIP service provider for Y-talk application. Y-talk has to compete the VoIP service with Pfingo and Skype.
Pfingo and Skype have the strong market share in VoIP services in Myanmar.
“We are distributing the software free now. Later we will distribute it to phone service shops and mobile shops. We want it to use wherever the internet is available. The users will no longer need to go to cyber cafes,” a spokesperson from VGM Telecoms said.
The users have to pay 10,000 kyats (about US$11) for one Y-talk membership registration. VGM Telecoms is selling 10 or 20 or 30 Foreign Exchange Currency (FEC) top-up cards and the users have to fill up the FEC in their accounts. One FEC is equivalent to one US$.
The rates will be depended on the country we called.