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Wednesday, August 19, 2009

Terrorists had used Callphonex

Mumbai, Aug. 18: The owner of a US-based Internet telephony service provider, Callphonex, on Tuesday confirmed that the 26/11 attackers had used their services to reach their handlers in Pakistan during the attacks.

The Palestinian national, who deposed from a hotel in Toronto, Canada through video conferencing told the court that one Kharaksingh had contacted him on October 20, 2008 seeking his company’s services.

According to the witness, Kharaksingh had introduced himself as a reseller of Voice Over Internet Protocol services from India.

“We provided him three types of services — 15 personal computer to phone accounts, 10 common client accounts and five direct inward dialling services based on Austrian numbers,” said the service provider.

The witness said that one Mohammed Ishfaq had made the first payment of $250 from Pakistan, when the special prosecutor, mr Ujjwal Nikam, enquired about the payments made to his company

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