Jajah Users Anticipate India Win Over Sri Lanka in Crucial Cricket World Cup Tie

Calling to or from India on the day of the game can win a lucky JAJAH user a year of free calling.

Port of Spain, Trinidad and Tobago, March 22, 2007 --(PR.com)-- The Cricket World Cup is on and Millions catch the action around the world. To pay tribute to JAJAH’s large user base in India and the many Indian expatriates, JAJAH sides with India in the upcoming match against Sri Lanka on Friday.

One winner of the game will be a lucky JAJAH user. JAJAH is giving away one year of free calling to celebrate the emotions of the ICC Cricket World Cup.

How does it work?

Use JAJAH to call either from India (from anywhere in the world) or to India (again, from anywhere in the world) on the day of the game. Every user calling to or from India on Friday, March 23 (IST) automatically takes part. At the end of the day, JAJAH will draw one number out of all these calls and inform the winner by Monday, March 26.

JAJAH Board Director, and Silicon Valley Venture Capitalist, Venky Ganesan will watch the match closely on Friday. "Lets face it, the whole of India is on baited breath ahead of this tie. Should India win, we will definitely want to celebrate by calling our friends and family back home. JAJAH is the perfect way to do that. I am excited that the company has responded to our Indian users and shown its gratitude for their loyalty."  


JAJAH, the world's most innovative global communications company, is dedicated to bringing users vastly improved telephony solutions at a fraction of the traditional price. JAJAH enables consumers to make free and low cost telephone calls, locally or globally, dialing from either their computers or mobile phones. By combining the best of the Internet with the best of the existing telephony infrastructure, JAJAH removes the barriers to communication and makes it easier for people everywhere to stay in touch. Unconstrained by technology, infrastructure, or geography, JAJAH is positioned to be the first true player in the new world of global communication. Roman Scharf and Daniel Mattes, driven by their vision of global communication without barriers in terms of devices, rates, location or functionality, founded JAJAH in 2005. JAJAH has offices in Mountain View, CA and Luxembourg.

Markus Rumler