Thursday, November 22, 2018

Introducing: MIT MESSENGER

Do you feel unsafe that your personal information and communication will get hacked in your messenger accounts? Do you want to be efficient in terms of usage of messenger?

Great news! Philippine’s first global messenger is ready to be launched!

Global specialized IT company Stargram Global (CEO KJ Kim) collaborates with Stargram Philippine as its forefront of operational service, making mit messenger as the first messenger to officially start its service in Philippines.

With its launching in the Philippines, mit messenger aims to become a global messenger that will compete intensively with Viber and Facebook Messenger.

Stargram Global CEO, KJ Kim shared “mit messenger has developed a localized communication system that recognizes that the communication on Philippines is not good and gained its strength point by being able to make a video calls with lowest data.

KJ Kim also said, “As we realized that there would be a lot of inconvenience due to the lack of urgent notification message and financial payment system, we make a messenger payment function like Chinese app called WeChat for such as payment for utility bills and taxi, etc. through mit messenger and we will increase the convenience by using easy transfer function for overseas workers.”

Secured and economical

mit messenger is designed to have the best security abilities because it does not save personal information on the server and can be installed in simply by phone number authentication on the handset. It also has a message deletion function due to a user error, and a time bomb function wherein a message disappears after a certain period.

It has low data usage and between messenger users, it will only use up 1mb when making phone calls of up to 7 minutes only by using 1 mb. Also, the transmission speed is the fastest with the smallest bandwidth in the world. Another exciting technology incorporated in mit messenger is that it has the capability to recover the lost voice and video data so there will be clear sound and less drop calls.

Payment function

With mit messenger, an estimated of over 15 million overseas dispatch workers from Philippines will be able to easily transfer money, deposit in or settle out a payment while using messenger through it's wallet function and show growth in various consumption areas.

It is expected that the success of the Philippine’s mit messenger will take off the stigma of IT in developed countries and will challenge the global IT market today.

mit messenger will be launched on December 4, 2018, 2pm at the Manila Conrad Hotel.

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