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Truecaller, a leading global live caller ID service, is looking to cement its growing presence in the MENA region by establishing a regional office and recruiting local business developers, most likely from Lebanon, one of its co-founders told The Daily Star.Truecaller currently has more than 75 million users worldwide, with those in the MENA region representing almost a quarter of its global user base. Over 18 million individuals across 18 MENA countries use Truecaller's services, Zarringhalam said. The MENA region user base grew by 200 percent as of May 2014 compared to the same period last year, according to Zarringhalam, who said that Lebanon represents one of the top MENA countries for Truecaller in terms of its user base with more than 75 percent of the country's 4 million population using its services.Zarringhalam expects Truecaller's global number of users to reach 120 million by the end of 2014 compared to 75 million users as of August this year.
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