Telefónica Bought Jajah and Now Partners with Wikipedia

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Suzanne Bowen
37 yrs in telecom, teaching, blog & grant writing, biz development, marketing, & PR. Favorite moments in life involve time w/ family & friends, networking, IP communications industry verticals & horizontals, running, traveling, foreign languages
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Telefónica Bought Jajah and Now Partners with Wikipedia

expocommmx2008 058small.jpgTelefónica is on a roll. They acquired Jajah, a web-activated, mobile web telephony, and direct number call  service provider, in December 2009. Recently they partnered with Wikipedia. The company Jajah is known for its Latin-American audience in mobile and online services. 

"It's a three-year strategic partnership to make Wikimedia's educational content available on Telefónica Web and mobile portals in the entire Telefónica footprint."

A slight shift in topic, I remember meeting them the first time at an EXPO COMM Mexico conference. The next EXPO COMM is Feb. 23-25, 2010 in Mexico City. Some the hundreds who are exhibiting at EXPO COMM include Aastra Mexico, ACE Marketing Inc., Airlink, America Economia, APAC, APEX, Aquario, Argtek, Argus, Avira, Billion, BM Solutions, Brady, Canieti, Dialexia Communications, Inc., Electelco, Huawei, Sangoma, Taitra, U.S. Embassy, WNI Meixo, Xamai and more. See the floor plan for everyone is situated and consider registering today.

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