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Currently used by more than 15 million people, Jajah's service lets people make international calls from a phone or a PC to another phone for a fraction of traditional phone company prices. With 110 employees and a positive cash flow, Jajah has started licensing its technology for use on other Web sites like Yahoo!, Match.com, and eHarmony. The company's investors and partners include T-Online Venture Fund and Intel Capital.
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