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Maltese Operator go mobile Selects VoxSurf's Advanced Unified Messaging System ---- Delivering next generation messaging solutions to secure future revenues

go mobile, Malta’s foremost mobile phone operator, today announced the selection of VoxSurf’s unified messaging platform VxOne. The next generation voicemail and advanced messaging solution, will be rolled out over the next few months to update go mobile’s existing infrastructure. Once the solution is implemented, go mobile’s customers will be able to experience the benefits of voice activated voicemail, unified messaging and voicemail to email services hands-on.

VoxSurf’s VxOne unified messaging and voicemail platform was built from the ground up as a truly IP and open standards based solution ensuring flexibility, interoperability and ease of deployment. It can be integrated quickly and easily into existing operator networks and infrastructures ensuring seamless transition for customers and operators. Additionally, VxOne can easily be expanded and upgraded which made it ideally suited for go mobile’s plans to migrate all users to a single service platform architecture in the near future.

“We are very confident that we have found a truly flexible platform for the roll out of our next generation messaging services,” said Prof. Juanito Camilleri, CEO, go mobile. “The open architecture of VxOne is compatible with our existing systems and will also integrate with any new tools we may add in the future. This high level of flexibility and interoperability was one of the key decision factors for us. Through this agreement with VoxSurf, go mobile is continuing a process which will lead to the upgrade of the company’s infrastructure with regards to messaging in general. As a result we shall be in a position to offer new value added messaging services,” Prof. Camilleri commented.

“The deal with go mobile confirms the need for operators to start implementing new messaging systems now to ensure they can respond to future customer requests quickly,” highlights Andy Munarriz, co founder, VoxSurf. “We are experiencing a new surge of demand indicating that operators and consumers are waking up to next generation messaging requirements. Future revenue is going to be dependent on these new services and therefore quick implementation and response times to launch new services are key. go mobile is leading the way and I expect other operators to follow.”

About VoxSurf Ltd.

VoxSurf, the industry pioneer in next-generation messaging, offers IP-based voicemail, videomail and unified messaging solutions to mobile , fixed line and broadband operators, delivering unrivalled flexibility and interoperability.

VoxSurf's VxOne voice and video messaging platform is built on open standards using VoxSurf's extensive experience in VoiceXML and IP-based messaging.

VoxSurf partners with HP, Comverse, Critical Path, VoiceGenie, Verascape, and Nuance to deliver its innovative solutions to customers worldwide.

For VoxSurf media enquiries, please contact:
Elke Panzner - Senior Consultant
T: +44 (0)20 7494 6570
M: +44 (0)7855 44 7272

About go mobile

go mobile is the trade name of MobIsle Communications Ltd., a wholly owned subsidiary of Maltacom plc. The Company obtained its operating license in September 2000 to provide mobile cellular services in Malta. The company started offering its services on 1 December 2000. go mobile employs close to 200 people. Our call centre facilities are set up to offer 24-hour customer service, seven days a week. go mobile has seven Customer Contact Centres strategically located in Malta and Gozo, an indirect sales network that covers both islands and a corporate sales force that caters to the needs of the business community.
For more information, visit or call (356) 21 246 200.

For go mobile media enquiries, please contact:
Albert Gouder – Marketing Executive
Leonie Aquilina - Administrative Officer

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