Orange Tunisia teams up with Hexastack to launch smart chatbot on Facebook Messenger

Wednesday 27 November 2019 | 11:08 CET | News
Orange Tunisie has announced the availability of its new 'Djingo el Damdoum' chatbot, which was developed in collaboration with Hexastack, a local start-up belonging to the Orange Fab accelerator programme. Available via Facebook Messenger, the chatbot will help subscribers perform a range of self-care tasks, such as topping up credit and purchasing mobile add-ons. It will also be able to direct customers to an Orange shop, as well as giving them access to information including the weather forecast and the latest football news.

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Categories: Mobile & Wireless
Companies: Orange Tunisia
Countries: Tunisia
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