Nigeria lifts InstaVoice users to 100m in Africa

Nigeria lifts InstaVoice users to 100m in Africa

Nigeria lifts InstaVoice users to 100m in Africa

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Kirusa’s InstaVoice, a provider of mobile and social solutions, says Nigeria accounts for over 50 million out of 100 million monthly active user in Africa.

InstaVoice, based on Kirusa’s patented technology, helps mobile users to be connected with each other using missed calls, voicemail, and Voice SMS.

In Nigeria, where they company says it has over 50 million monthly active users, InstaVoice is available for all mobile users across Airtel, Etisalat, and MTN.

In Nigeria, where they company says it has over 50 million monthly active users, InstaVoice is available for all mobile users across Airtel, Etisalat, and MTN. The company says with the mobile service also popular in Democratic Republic of Congo, Ghana, Malawi, Republic of Congo, Rwanda, Senegal, and Uganda.

A mobile phone user seen at Tech Plus 2016
A mobile phone user seen at Tech Plus 2016

Kirusa says it has partnered with over 40 mobile operators across the globe to provide an integrated InstaVoice experience to their users.

Adia Sowho, Director Digital Business, Etisalat Nigeria comments, “we congratulate Kirusa for reaching 100 million users. This landmark demonstrates the popularity, scalability, and reliability of its InstaVoice service. InstaVoice is offering real value to our subscribers, and we wish Kirusa many more such milestones in the coming years.”

 

Ronald Gruia, Frost & Sullivan Director of Emerging Telecoms says “the impressive uptake of InstaVoice indicates that Kirusa is delivering unique features and innovation to users and carriers, with a cloud infrastructure used for interconnection between carriers within the same and different countries.

“Kirusa also remains committed to supporting the GSMA’s 2020 Vision. Hence, it is not surprising to witness the company’s impactful performance in this space.”

InstaVoice caters to all mobile users across feature phones and smartphones, making it a universal service for all mobile users. Feature phone customers can click on a number to hear the voice messages they have received, and respond by a simple press of a key, the company says.

Smartphone users can download the InstaVoice app from Google Play Store, Apple App Store, or Microsoft Windows Store, and receive their Missed Calls, Voice Mails, and Voice SMS in a simple, user-friendly interface, the company says.

In addition, Kirusa says users can connect their multiple SIM cards to InstaVoice, and received missed calls and voicemails to all their numbers from within the single app.

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