Lotus Communication Releases Instant Translation Phone
HONG KONG, Oct. 29, 2012 /PRNewswire via COMTEX/ --
Lotus Communication Limited has today, 29th October, 2012, released a telephone service called Instant Translation Phone, ITP for short. The service is currently available on IP phone supplied by the Company. However, users can also download VoIP mobile app. INAtalk to use the free beta version of ITP.
If you want to talk to someone in a language that you are not familiar with, here is your solution:
Through our service, you can communicate confidently with someone who doesn't speak your language. You only need to speak in your language and your colleague at the other end will hear you in their language.
Now the whole world can talk together!
How it works
Using ITP can't be simpler - you may either use our IP phone or download INAtalk on Android or iPhone app. stores. You only need to dial a preset number that we give you. Everything else happens automatically - the other end does not need to do anything.
That's it, no complicated steps or buttons to press. It is as easy as making a normal call.We are now doing a beta test version for INAtalk users. You are required to fill in the ITP beta registration form online, and we will send you the instructions via SMS and email. The full version of ITP is expected to be released within one month from today. Please wait for our announcement.
Who are we
ITP is developed by a professional team of electronic engineers of Lotus Communication Limited, a subsidiary of Netel Technology (Holdings) Limited listed on Hong Kong Stock Exchange (stock code: 8256). We engage principally in IP-based telecommunication services. Seeing the rapid growth of VoIP technology in Asia-Pacific Region, we seek to cooperate with other telecommunication service providers through worldwide networks. We hope to bring ITP to our business partners in different areas.
For more details, visit www.inatalk.com & www.i-translate.co, email email@example.com or call +852-2907-3777.
Media Contact: Neil, email firstname.lastname@example.org or call +852-3610-2887 or +852-5806-0012.
SOURCE Lotus Communication Limited
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