08 MAY 2002

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Vodafone offers unified messaging service

Vodafone Malta has announced the launch of a new concept in mobile communication, unified messaging. The new pilot project will offer Vodafone’s contract customers the ability to access Vodafone’s voice-mail, fax and e-mail via the Internet.

The main advantage of this service is that it provides a single point for mail retrieval (voice, e-mail and fax). With Unified Messaging, customers have the ability to login to their Vodafone mailbox from one central web page (http://mail.vodafone.com.mt), and manage any messages deposited - regardless of the message type.

"By using both their mobile phones and the Internet, this new system will revolutionise the way in which Vodafone’s contract customers keep in touch. They will now be able to take advantage of the great benefits and flexibility of centralised communication for both business and private use," commented Joseph Grioli, Managing Director at Vodafone Malta Ltd.

Using the Vodafone service, the user will be able to read e-mail, listen to/save voice-mail, and read/print/save incoming faxes.

"This service amounts to a far more efficient way of ‘keeping in touch’ for Vodafone Malta customers, and is indeed another ‘first’ for Malta - a further illustration of the unsurpassed value that Vodafone offers its customers," continued Mr Grioli.

The service is designed for further future expansion and is available on a free trial basis to all Vodafone contract customers as from this week for the duration of the pilot project.

In order to start using this service and for more information, customers can call Vodafone’s Customer Care Centre on 247 from their Vodafone or 21 48 28 20 from any other number.


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