By Phil Boeyen, ShareChat Business News Editor
Wednesday 2nd August 2000
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The two companies have signed a heads of agreement to work together to develop a range of value-added speech and information services.
The companies say they will share the costs and returns of the development.
Telecom Mobile GM, Mohan Jesudason, says the arrangement has the potential to put the telco ahead of its competitors by using innovative ways to deliver the benefits of the latest technology to customers.
"Voicenet's technology is world class and the planned range of product offerings is earmarked to deliver to customers the benefits of leading edge technological innovation and functionality."
ASX-listed company, Voicenet, says the new agreement is in line with its strategy of focusing on relevant solutions of its technologies via smart relationships which utilise established distribution networks.
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