$14m funding to develop BubbleTALK platform

$14m funding to develop BubbleTALK platform



March 28, 2016

Bubble Motion, the pioneer and global leader for 'voice SMS', has secured additional funding of $14m for product development.

The funding, from existing and new investors, will allow the company to further develop and expand the award-winning BubbleTALK platform, and will enable it to focus on securing additional operator partnerships around the world.

More than 135 million consumers currently use the BubbleTALK service, which provides a ‘click, talk, and send’ short voice messaging service that works on any mobile phone.

Operators have been implementing the BubbleTALK service because it gives them a fun and easy-to-use new service that increases Average Revenue Per User (ARPU) without the need for any additional network infrastructure.

The company works with mobile operators around the world to create a global network of asynchronous voice messaging and advanced voice content applications.

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