- This topic is empty.
27th November 2001 at 21:52 #20845XavierGuest
Please someone recommend me a software for prepaid calling cards business that can work with quintum or multitech gateways.
[Webmaster’s note: All advertisements must be posted to the Telecom Commerce Forum to avoid removal.]5th December 2001 at 10:12 #20846Ankur DhingraGuest
look up infozech17th December 2001 at 23:26 #20847Quintum ServiceGuest
There is a software that Quintum has developed that will support Prepaid calling card applications. Please notify a sales rep at Quintum.17th December 2001 at 23:40 #20848Wilson BoyrieGuest
Quintum seems to be very proactive on this site.
Lets see if anyone could help me on this trouble.I am looking for a device/converter/phone that is H323 or SIP compliant that works over a dial up internet access. They are going to be deployed to an area where everything still dial-up access but soon wil have ADSL. I want to get a foot on the door with a good gateway (Quintum,Clarent or Cisco),but could not find devices that will talk to them over a dial up connection.
Help/comments are apreciated18th December 2001 at 13:40 #20849Joanne LowyGuest
HI……Quintum has a few partners whose software works flawlessly with the Tenors. I”ll forward your request to our sales team who will follow up with you shortly.
Thanks for your inquiry!
Joanne Lowy2nd February 2002 at 11:44 #20850JamesGuest
Check out rodopi and aspintl. They are both reasonably priced compared to other billing solutions.3rd February 2002 at 20:02 #20851GeoGuest
Am trying to find a cost effective VoIP prepaid /billing solution eventually based on MySQL something for Cisco and /or Clarent.
Anyone have an idea about such a solution?4th February 2002 at 11:03 #20852EnryGuest
I would suggest checking World Telecom Labs’ comprehensive prepaid / calling card solution. Competitively priced, their site is http://www.wtl.be, as I recall. We have one set up here with no problems.7th February 2002 at 22:56 #20853xavierGuest
how much is competitively priced??21st May 2004 at 19:04 #20854What do I need to start callinGuest
I came across this web site while on searching on internet about prepaid calling card system.
I am planning to start a prepaid calling card business from the US to Italy.
For the first 5-6 months, I’m looking for about 500 customers. According to my estimates, I will need about 100.000 minutes per month.
For this estimate, what do I need (software and hardware)? Also, what do I need to install in Italy?
And of course, the price?
Joseph30th May 2004 at 23:54 #20855BinuGuest
I would like to start a Calling Card products company. Do anyone know how to start it?19th June 2004 at 21:38 #20856MikeGuest
I wolud like to setup calling card
what hardware or software do I need?
How do I setup on my side and other side(other country)without voip provider.20th June 2004 at 06:04 #20857Telcom ProductsGuest
Email firstname.lastname@example.org for customized calling card solutions.