Telefonica Shutting-Down its VoIP Subsidiary

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Telefonica's VoIP subsidiary Jajah has announced that it is closing down at the end of January 2014 although no reason was given.

Jajah was founded by Roman Scharf and Daniel Mattes in 2005 and then sold to Telefonica in December 2009 for around USD207 million after raising US$33 million from investors.

At the time of the deal, the company had some 15 million customers. It's not clear how many they have today

Registration of new accounts are no longer being accepted.

Users who wish to apply for a refund of any balance remaining on their account prior to the service closing may do so.

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