BARCELONA, Spain, February 27, 2012 /PRNewswire/ --
-- Self-employed workers and companies can now send Registered Invoices via SMS or email. The minimum cost of this new service is euro 0,75
Lleida.net is Exhibiting at the Mobile World Congress 2012 (Hall 2, booth 2E38)
Anyone can now send and receive Registered Invoices by email or SMS. Lleida.net, the first Registering Operator, is breaking new ground by launching a revolutionary service at the Mobile World Congress 2012, the Registered Invoice.
The Registered Invoice enables self-employed workers and companies to have much greater legal certainty when issuing invoices as Lleida.net generates a certificate as a trusted third party operator.
This certificate includes the text, the date and time of issue, the delivery time to the server and the attached invoice. Companies can demonstrate that the invoices were delivered in due time and form.
The minimum cost of the Registered Invoice service is euro 0'75.
How does the Registered Invoice work?
Registered Invoices can be sent either by SMS or by e-mail. Registered Invoices (RI SMS) SMS can be send using Lleida.net's web platform (http://www.lleida.net/en/websms.html).
To send a Registered Invoice by email, just add in the CC space, the email address of the registering service of Lleida.net.
Our press release is also online: http://www.virtualpressoffice.com/kit/s0js
Find out more about Lleida.net - http://www.lleida.net
Lleida.net is the first Registering Operator and has agreements with more than 1,000 telecommunications companies spanning 200 countries in five continents.
Among other products and services, Lleida.net has created the virtual mobile phone, the certified SMS and the SMS contract. Lleida.net carries out more than a million daily transactions by sending and receiving SMS.
With clients in more than 40 countries, the products and services of Lleida.net are used by public administrations, political parties and media as well as small and big business.