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Watts August denies justify the Saudi Communications Commission about turning off the voice dialing feature
Company Instant Messaging confirmed Watts in August through a statement to the Saudi newspaper Al-Hayat that stopped its service in a number of Arab countries including Saudi Arabia, due to the domestic laws of those countries, other than as noted by CITC Saudi information.
The company refused to Instant Messaging justifications put forward by the Communications and Information Technology Commission in Saudi Arabia, through explanation summed up by the Saudi newspaper Al-Hayat.
The company said that “if you are in one of the Arab countries concerned will not be able to implement or receive calls over the TS-up service, and even if you are in a country where Watts August calls service is available you will not be able to connect with others if it is in a country where the service is not available.”
The Association of Saudi Telecom has made to publish a statement formally it pointed out that the voice dialing through Watts in August does not work in a number of countries around the world, including some of the Gulf Cooperation Council (GCC), due to lack of compatibility with the systems of those countries.
She Communications Commission over its statement on its commitment and its quest for the deployment of services and applications of telecommunications and information technology, so as to achieve the needs of users in Saudi Arabia, according to the tasks entrusted to it in the context of the communications system and its implementing regulations and other regulations in force in the Kingdom.
The voice calls for the application Watts August the service had been blocked in Saudi Arabia in June 2015, and Aadott service working again on Friday, then to the Saudi Telecom Company STC block them, hours after her return .Viewing:-111
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