Jajah Plans Oct Launch Of Free India Calls For US, UK Users

California-based Jajah, a company that deals with voice over internet protocol (VoIP), launched its long-distance calling facility for calls from and to India priced at Rs 3 per minute but added that it plans to make calls from US and Europe free for users by October. [via Business Standard] India users will also be able to make free long distance calls by the end of 2007, Sequoia Capital-funded Jajah’s co-founder Roman Scharf told the financial daily. He declined to comment the revenue model for the free telephony service.
Jajah connects users phone-to-phone, landline or mobile, local or anywhere else in the world. An internet connection is only necessary to initiate the call. For the service to work, you needed to register at the website and then type in the number you wanted to call from as well as the number you wanted to reach. Jajah has already cut deals with many telcos for access to cheap local