Liquid Telecom Kenya seeks to venture into the voice market looking out for a new stream of income.
The firm plans to introduce fixed-line services through the internet, with on-net calls free. In the first quarter of 2014, charges for calls to other networks will be released during the launch.
According to CEO
The VoIP fixed voice service is been made available with an internet subscription, enabling subscribers to receive as well as make calls through computers and desktop phones.
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