Meditel adds Berber language voicemail

Wednesday 6 December 2006 | 08:52 CET | News
Moroccan fixed and mobile phone operator Medi Telecom (Meditel) has added the Amazighe language to its voicemail system. The Amazighe language is used by the country's Berber population, mainly situated in the South and Atlas Mountains area. Meditel explains that beyond its utilitarian aspect, the introduction of voice messaging in Amazighe is meant to be a technological contribution to the country's cultural diversity. The service was already available in Arabic and French. Meditel is owned by Telefonica, Portugal Telecom and Moroccan financial institutions. According to articles in the

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Categories: General
Companies: Meditel
Countries: Morocco
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