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Orange innove avec le lancement de « Libon », une application de communication tout-en-un : appels HD, Tchat et messagerie vocale visuelle personnalisée

PARIS, November 22, 2012 /PRNewswire/ --

Orange lance, à l'occasion du show Hello !, l'application Libon, une application de communication gratuite pour iOS, disponible dans 90 pays. Libon permet aux utilisateurs de passer gratuitement des appels voix haute définition, d'envoyer des messages écrits en illimité et de créer des annonces d'accueil personnalisées, à partir d'une seule et même application très intuitive. Libon fonctionne sur les réseaux de l'ensemble des opérateurs et sera disponible pour Android en début d'année 2013.

Libon, ce sont des appels gratuits HD et une messagerie instantanée

Les appels voix en haute qualité sont gratuits et illimités entre utilisateurs Libon, peu importe leur localisation, qu'ils soient dans le même pays ou à l'autre bout du monde.

Pour leurs contacts, rien de plus simple : ils n'ont qu'à télécharger Libon depuis l'App Store pour pouvoir appeler gratuitement en HD avec une qualité de son incomparable, en 3G ou en Wi-Fi.

De plus, la fonctionnalité de messagerie instantanée de Libon permet d'envoyer des messages aussi simplement que des SMS.

Libon, c'est une gestion centralisée des conversations…

Libon regroupe toutes les conversations récentes avec chacun de ses contacts, en rassemblant en un seul endroit les messages textes, les appels et les messages vocaux, pour permettre à l'utilisateur de toujours visualiser ses échanges dans leur contexte.

… et l'assurance de ne plus perdre la trace de ses échanges

Contacts, conversations et messages, tout est sauvegardé dans le cloud de Libon. Téléphone perdu ou volé ? Il suffit de télécharger Libon sur un nouveau téléphone pour retrouver automatiquement tous ses échanges.

Libon, c'est une messagerie vocale personnalisée qui permet un accueil adapté à chacun de ses contacts

La messagerie vocale de Libon offre des fonctionnalités avancées, telles que la personnalisation du message d'accueil pour des contacts individuels ou des groupes de contacts, ou encore la transcription écrite* des messages laissés sur votre répondeur.

Parce qu'on ne s'adresse pas de la même façon à son conjoint, sa famille ou ses clients, Libon vous permet de classer tous ses contacts dans des groupes, qui entendront chacun une annonce d'accueil qui leur est réservée. Chaque appelant est accueilli par son nom et peut même être informé de votre localisation, s'il fait partie d'un groupe dit « de confiance ». L'application permet même de rendre l'annonce d'accueil plus riche en y intégrant son dernier tweet ou statut Facebook*.

Lorsqu'il est impossible pour l'utilisateur d'écouter un message, Libon transcrit en texte le contenu des messages laissés par ses contacts*.

Plus besoin non plus d'enregistrer soi-même l'annonce d'accueil : il suffit de taper le texte dans Libon, de choisir une voix dans la bibliothèque et le tour est joué*.  

Libon, c'est une application gratuite...

La version gratuite de Libon inclut les appels HD et le tchat gratuits entre utilisateurs de l'application, la messagerie vocale visuelle avec personnalisation de l'annonce pour 3 contacts ou groupes différents, la synthèse vocale des annonces*, la transcription* des messages vocaux des contacts Libon, la notification sur l'iPhone et par e-mail des messages laissés sur le répondeur, etc.

... ou en version Premium

En passant à la version Premium, l'utilisateur bénéficie, en plus de la personnalisation illimitée des annonces d'accueil, de la transcription intégrale* de tous les messages vocaux, d'une capacité de stockage illimitée et d'une copie par e-mail de tous les messages laissés sur le répondeur. Libon offre également à tous les utilisateurs Premium une heure d'appels internationaux par mois vers 31 pays (Offre non disponible en Espagne, Slovaquie, Roumanie, Belgique, Luxembourg, République Dominicaine, Arménie et République de Moldavie). Il devient donc possible d'essayer Libon avec des amis ou des proches qui ne l'utilisent pas encore.

Toutes ces fonctionnalités placent Libon parmi les applications de communication les plus complètes du marché.

En 2013 Libon sera compatible avec les services à la norme RCS (chat & chat de groupe, transfert de fichier, partage de contenus pendant l'appel). Orange a la conviction que l'intégration native dans les terminaux et dans les applications téléchargeables est indispensable au succès rapide de ce standard élaboré sous l'égide de la GSMA.

*disponible en français, anglais et espagnol

Découvrez le fonctionnement de Libon en vidéo ici

L'application Libon est téléchargeable gratuitement sur l'App Store et compatible iPhone.

Site internet : http://www.libon.com

Facebook : http://www.facebook.com/libon.fan

Twitter : http://twitter.com/Libon

Visuels : http://www.flickr.com/photos/libon

A propos d'Orange
France Télécom-Orange est l'un des principaux opérateurs de télécommunications dans le monde, avec un chiffre d'affaires de 45,3 milliards d'euros en 2011 et 170 000 salariés au 30 septembre 2012, dont 105 000 en France. Présent dans 33 pays, le Groupe servait 227 millions de clients au 30 septembre 2012, dont 169 millions de clients du mobile et 15 millions de clients ADSL et fibre dans le monde. Orange est l'un des principaux opérateurs européens du mobile et de l'accès internet ADSL et l'un des leaders mondiaux des services de télécommunications aux entreprises multinationales, sous la marque Orange Business Services.

Avec son projet d'entreprise « conquêtes 2015 », Orange s'adresse simultanément à ses salariés, à ses clients, à ses actionnaires et plus largement à la société dans laquelle l'entreprise évolue en s'engageant concrètement sur des plans d'actions. Ceux-ci concernent les salariés du Groupe grâce à une nouvelle vision des Ressources Humaines ; les réseaux, avec le déploiement des infrastructures du futur sur lesquelles le Groupe bâtira sa croissance ; les clients, avec l'ambition de leur offrir la meilleure expérience parmi les opérateurs grâce, notamment, à l'amélioration de la qualité de service ; et l'accélération du développement international.

France Télécom (NYSE:FTE) est cotée sur NYSE Euronext Paris (compartiment A) et sur le New York Stock Exchange.

Pour plus d'informations (sur le web et votre mobile) : http://www.orange.com,http://www.orange-business.comhttp://www.orange-innovation.tv ou pour nous suivre sur Twitter : @presseorange.

Orange et tout autre produit ou service d'Orange cités dans ce communiqué sont des marques déposées appartenant à Orange Brand Services Limited, Orange France ou France Télécom.

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