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FindWhere launches Arabic website

Customers in the Middle East can now track GPS mobile phones and other devices in real-time

FindWhere has recently launched an Arabic version of its website, allowing customers to track their GPS-enabled mobile phones and other devices in real-time.

The new website – www.findwhere-me.com – follows after FindWhere’s partnership with Dubai-based 12TC to create a formidable Middle East locations-based service provider.

FindWhere’s MENA customers will now have immediate access to current and historical locations of their GPS-tracking devices, with address, time and speed details. Notifications are sent to customers either through email or as text messages on their mobile phone.

Panic alerts are also part of the service, so users can breathe easy knowing that they will always be able to locate stolen or missing devices.

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