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Grand Atlantic unveils Voip Products

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Hyderabad-based VOIP player Grand Atlantic has tied up with UK based MIG

Holdings Inc. for providing the services of its Meaphone Network within the

sub-continent. "This company is well known for its Internet telephony

gateway network spread over more than 200 countries around the globe. This

company has seen us as an ideal partner to associate with for the entire Indian

market on an exclusive basis," said, Sudhakar Reddy, CEO at Grand Atlantic.

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The company is going to provide calling card service to its users within the

country. The cards are priced at Rs 499 and Rs 999 for the price sensitive

Indian market. "We have priced this product keeping in mind the pricing

factor within the country. We are looking towards the A-class ISP segment within

the country for this product as this will help them to fast move towards the

VIOP market and have a chunk of it," he added.

The company is engaged in talks with Chennai based Sify and a couple of other

major ISPs within the region. "We are also talking to Tatas and Bharti

people for the deployment of VIOP solutions for their products, and in a matter

of few week things will become more clear," explained Reddy. In addition to

this the company has also unveiled its IP based products branded as Gatecall IP

hand phone, Gatecall USB phone and Gatecall adapter into the Indian as well as

global market and it has priced the products at Rs 999, Rs 1999 and Rs 2999

respectively.

IP hand phone launched by the company is a device shaped in the design of a

phone handset. All a user needs to have is an ordinary PC with a sound card.

"To use this a user needs to have the dialer software and purchase our

calling account and then one can connect to the desired location easily,"

he explained.

As of now Grand Atlantic has arrangements with manufacturing facilities based

in Malaysia for its line of products and it is planning to open up its support

center in Madhapur within six months time. "We have plans to open up our

center in Hyderabad where we can assemble and Indianise the products available

in the foreign markets," he explained.

(CNS)

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