ZUJI Partners with AsiaOne

ZUJI has announced its strategic partnership with AsiaOne to power its travel page with immediate ef

. October 14, 2008

OCTOBER 2, 2006. Marking the latest in deals inked by ZUJI in an effort to build its current partnership base, the AsiaOne collaboration will offer all AsiaOne users total access to over 72,000 hotels with 60,000 traveller reviews, 400 airlines as well as package tours, cruises, car hire, attractions and other travel products online.

Philip Ho, General Manager of ZUJI Singapore said, "As the leading online travel company, we pride ourselves in providing our customers with the utmost control, convenience and comfort in making travel decisions according to their needs and budgets and look forward to helping more travellers reap the benefits of internet travel through this partnership."

ZUJI currently has a membership base of approximately one million members throughout Asia and the collaboration with AsiaOne enhances ZUJI's potential to tap the portal's extensive range of users. AsiaOne currently enjoys monthly page views of 100 million and 6 million unique visitors.

Raymond Teoh, Senior Manager, New Media-Internet Business Unit of AsiaOne, added, 'We are very pleased to partner Asia Pacific's Best Online Travel Agent as the partnership will also allow both parties to explore the opportunity to customise travel packages and deals available exclusively to AsiaOne's users in the future as well."

In addition to the tie-up between AsiaOne and ZUJI are newly inked partnerships with the recently launched UOB Visa Signature Credit Card and existing OCBC Credit Cards, all within the last six months.

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