Turkcell announces launch of Turkey’s new email service, YaaniMail
Category: #business  By Saipriya Iyer  Date: 2019-12-26
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Turkcell announces launch of Turkey’s new email service, YaaniMail

 

  • YaaniMail can be used by both corporate and regular customers irrespective of their location, operator or device
  • The email service is integrated with Turkcell’s cloud platform Lifebox
  • Turkcell is targeting 2 million registered users by 2020 end

Leading Turkish mobile phone operator Turkcell has reportedly announced its launch of Turkey’s new email provider, named YaaniMail. The email service has been designed in-house by engineers in the firm’s own R&D department. 

YaaniMail is available to a broad user spectrum, irrespective of country, device or operator. The service grants users, both regular and corporate, access to sophisticated security features, with all generated data stored securely in Turkcell’s own data centers. The email platform also gives customers a suitable substitute for its global counterparts.

YaaniMail also offers users mail and calendar services, providing more organizational freedom and boosting productivity. The email service will feature consistent online user support, allowing Turkcell users to access their personal emails without data consumption.

Corporate consumers will have further benefits in the form of local currency-based licensing fees and added support from the YaaniMail teams.

Atac Tansug, Turkcell VP of Digital Services and Solutions has apparently claimed that Turkcell’s main priority is to offer a sophisticated email experience to users whilst maintaining optimum data security. He emphasized that Turkcell is on a quest to create Turkey’s technologies with the YaaniMail platform considered a part of largescale plans to retain the hosting of Turkey’s data within Turkey.

Mr. Tansug further added that Turkcell will continue to develop built-in smart features and friendly user interface of YaaniMail to ensure that customers get the best experience.

He stated that Turkcell would offer global telecom operators the opportunity to inculcate YaaniMail through their extensive portfolio of digital solutions and help them become digital operators.

YaaniMail is based on Turkcell’s secure and robust infrastructure, integrated with it’s cloud storage service Lifebox and the Fast Login authentication service for a simplified login process.

YaaniMail can be downloaded and accessed on various app stores including the Andriod store and iOS store as well as on browsers.

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