Mobile operator Turkcell, one of three mobile operators in Turkey, has launched a new email provider for the Turkish market, named YaaniMail. Developed in-house by the company’s R&D engineers, YaaniMail is available for users regardless of operators, country or devices. The service is also available for enterprise customers.
YaaniMail would offer users advanced security features. Data generated on the platform is “securely” stored at Turkcell’s data centers. The new email service provides customers an alternative to the provider’s global counterparts.
Built on Turkcell’s secured infrastructure, YaaniMail is integrated tightly with Turkcell’s cloud storage platform Lifebox and authentication service Fast Login that would provide a “seamless and simple” login experience. YaaniMail is available to download and access on iOS Store, Android Store and browsers.
Turkey’s Data Hosted in Turkey
Targeting 2 million registered users by the end of 2020, YaaniMail offers both email and calendar services. The platform offers online support to all users, and Turkcell customers will have access to personal emails without consuming data. Corporate customers would be able to benefit from the licensing fees in local currency.
“YaaniMail is part of a larger effort to ensure Turkey’s data is hosted in Turkey. We will offer YaaniMail through our broad digital services and solutions portfolio to other telecom operators in the world – helping them to become digital operators,” said Atac Tansug, Vice President of Digital Services and Solutions at Turkcell. “Providing the best customer experience to our users while keeping their data safe is our top priority. We will continue to enhance YaaniMail’s built-in smart features and user-friendly interface to offer the best available customer experience to our users.”