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Orange führt "Libon" ein, eine App für die komplette Kommunikation aus einer Hand: kostenlose HD-Telefonate, Nachrichtenversand und personalisierte visuelle Voicemail

PARIS, November 22, 2012 /PRNewswire/ --

Name:  Libon (verfügbar für iOS im App Store)

Kurzvorstellung:  Libon - die innovativste und nützlichste, allumfassende Kommunikations-App für eine ganz neue Art der Kommunikation mit den Menschen, die Ihnen wichtig sind

Wichtigste Merkmale:  3 in 1 Kostenlose HD-Telefonate, Text-Nachrichten und smarte, personalisierte visuelle Voicemail   - in jedem beliebigen Netz 

Orange hat heute Libon auf den Markt gebracht, eine kostenlose iOS-Kommunikations-App, die in 90 Ländern verfügbar ist. Libon ermöglicht es den Nutzern, kostenlos High-Definition-Telefonate zu tätigen, SMS zu versenden und personalisierte Voicemails zu erstellen, und das alles mit einer einzigen, einfach zu bedienenden App. Libon funktioniert in jedem Netz und wird ab Anfang des kommenden Jahres auch auf Android verfügbar sein.

Kostenlose HD-Telefonate

Libon-Nutzer werden völlig kostenlos Telefonate in bester Qualität mit anderen Libon-Nutzern führen können, wo immer sie sich befinden - ob im gleichen Land oder am anderen Ende der Welt.

Ihre Bekannten brauchen sich nur Libon kostenlos aus dem App Store herunterzuladen und können sofort miteinander gratis HD-Gespräche in kristallklarer Tonqualität führen. Alles was man dazu braucht ist 3G oder eine kabellose Netzwerkverbindung.

Kostenloser Nachrichtenversand

Libons Sofortnachrichtenversand lässt sich ebenso einfach nutzen wie SMS.

Konversationen - nicht nur Anrufe

Für jeden Ihrer Kontakte fasst Libon Ihre letzten Unterhaltungen zusammen und sammelt Sofortnachrichten, Anrufe und Voicemails an einem Ort. Damit können Sie aufschlussreiche, kontextbezogene Konversationen führen.

Beste personalisierte Voicemail: Lassen Sie Ihre Anrufer spüren, dass sie Ihnen etwas bedeuten

Libons Voicemail bietet erweiterte Funktionen, einschließlich individuell angepasster Grüße für Einzelpersonen oder Gruppen und Text-Transkription von Voicemails*.

Sie sprechen nicht auf die gleiche Weise mit Ihrem Partner, Ihren Familienmitgliedern, Ihren Kollegen oder Ihren Kunden. Daher ermöglicht es Ihnen Libon, Ihre Kontakte in Gruppen einzuteilen, und jede Gruppe bekommt eine andere Grußbotschaft zu hören. Anrufer werden anhand ihres Namens erkannt und bekommen sogar Ihren Standort angezeigt, wenn Sie zu einer vertrauenswürdigen Gruppe gehören. In die Grußbotschaft können Sie Ihre letzte Tweet- oder Facebook-Statusnachricht integrieren, wodurch Ihre Begrüßung* dynamisch aktualisiert wird.

Wenn der Zeitpunkt gerade nicht günstig ist, besteht keine Notwendigkeit, Sprachnachrichten abzuhören, denn Libon konvertiert Sprachnachrichten in Text. Mit Libon müssen Sie nicht einmal Begrüßungen selbst aufnehmen; Sie können sie einfach ins Libon eintippen und eine Stimme aus unserem Stimmenarchiv* wählen.

Nie wieder Daten verlieren

Kontakte, Gespräche, Nachrichten - alles wird gespeichert und in unserer Cloud synchronisiert. Haben Sie Ihr Handy verloren? Laden Sie Libon einfach auf Ihr neues Handy herunter, und Sie finden alles wieder an seinem Platz.

Kostenlos…

Zur Verfügung steht eine kostenlose Version von Libon für gratis HD-Telefonate und SMS-Nachrichten zwischen Libon-Nutzern, eine visuelle Voicemail mit anpassbarer Begrüßung für bis zu 3 verschiedene Kontakte oder Gruppen von Kontakten, eine Umwandlungsfunktion von Text zu Sprache*, Voicemail-Transkription für Nachrichten von Libon-Kontakten*, iPhone und E-Mail-Benachrichtigung über verpasste eingegangene Voicemails, usw...

…oder als Premium-Upgrade

In allen 90 Ländern können sich die Nutzer für die Premium-Option entscheiden. Dieses In-App-Abonnement bietet unbegrenzte angepasste Begrüßungen, Transkription aller Voicemail-Nachrichten* in voller Länge, unbegrenzte Speicherkapazität und E-Mail-Kopien aller Voicemails. Darüber hinaus bietet Libon seinen Premium-Nutzern jeden Monat eine volle Stunde an Auslandstelefonaten zu Festnetz- oder Mobilfunk-Rufnummern in 31 Ländern (nicht verfügbar in Spanien, der Slowakei, Rumänien, Belgien, Luxemburg, der Dominikanischen Republik, Armenien und Moldawien) - was es den Nutzern ermöglicht, Libon sogar mit Freunden oder Familienmitgliedern zu nutzen, die Libon noch nicht verwenden, oder damit zu experimentieren.

* Verfügbar in Englisch, Französisch und Spanisch

Ein kurzes Video von Libon in Aktion können Sie hier sehen.
Die Libon App ist als kostenloser Download im App Store auf dem iPhone verfügbar.
Website: http://www.libon.com
Facebook: http://www.facebook.com/libon.fan
Twitter: https://twitter.com/Libon
Visuell: http://www.flickr.com/photos/libon

Über Orange

France Telecom-Orange ist einer der weltweit führenden Telekommunikationsbetreiber mit einem Umsatz von 45,3 Milliarden Euro im Jahr 2011und weltweit 170.000 Mitarbeitern (Stand 30.September 2012), davon 105.000 in Frankreich. Der Konzern ist in 33 Ländern vertreten und konnte zum 30. September 2012 einen Kundenstamm von 227 Millionen Kunden verzeichnen, davon weltweit 169 Millionen Mobilfunkkunden und 15 Millionen Breitband-Internetkunden (ADSL, Glasfaser). In Europa ist Orange einer der Hauptbetreiber von Mobilfunk- und Breitbanddiensten und unter dem Namen Orange Business Services einer der weltweit führenden Anbieter von Telekommunikationsdiensten für multinationale Unternehmen.Mit seinem Industrieprojekt "conquests 2015" spricht Orange mit einer Reihe von konkreten Aktionsplänen gleichzeitig seine Mitarbeiter, Kunden und Aktionäre sowie die breite Gesellschaft an, innerhalb der das Unternehmen tätig ist. Diese Verpflichtungen finden ihren Ausdruck in der neuen Personalvision für Mitarbeiter, der Bereitstellung einer neuen Netzinfrastruktur, auf die die Gruppe ihr zukünftiges Wachstum aufbaut, dem Bestreben der Gruppe, eine überlegene Kundenerfahrung vor allem durch eine optimierte Servicequalität zu bieten, und in der Beschleunigung der internationalen Entwicklung. France Telecom (NYSE: FTE) ist an der NYSE Euronext Paris (Abteilung A) sowie an der New Yorker Börse notiert. Weitere Informationen (im Internet und über Ihr Handy) finden Sie hier: http://www.orange.com, http://www.orange-business.com, http://www.orange-innovation.tv oder folgen Sie uns auf Twitter: @presseorange.

Orange und die Namen aller Orange-Produkte oder -Dienstleistungen, die in diesem Material enthalten sind, sind Warenzeichen von Orange Brand Services Limited, Orange France oder France Telecom.

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