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Prepaid card with Quintum A800

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  • #26112 Reply
    Fred
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    I want to start a prepaid calling card
    business and I would like to know the
    best and cheap billing software and IVR.

    How much it will cost ?

    #26113 Reply
    akb
    Guest

    it would cost you between $500 – $5000. There are some free stuff for prepaid calling card billing.

    #26114 Reply
    MESfone
    Guest

    or may use hosted solutions.

    #26115 Reply
    Fred
    Guest

    Thanks for your prompt answers.
    Where can I download free stuff for prepaid calling card billing ?

    #26116 Reply
    Noname
    Guest

    IVR is for free all the way. The only thing that you do is download the audio files from Quintum place them in a server or PC, install TFTP software on that computer (free download from many sites) and point the quintum to the file on the computer or server.

    That will give you the prompt and the audio IVR files.’

    After that you need the billing system.
    Cheapest solution will be a hosted solution, something like a $100 dollars a month for a block of 100.000 minutes worth of billing.

    If you buy your own system, you may be looking at a half decent machine to install it ($500 or more),windows, database and hen the billing system itself.

    Cheapest working solution for around $2k, up to $100 k if you want to spend that kind of money.

    Warning!!!!!! A lot of crooks out there selling cracked copies of somebody else systems, or just taking your money and running .

    More dangerous to your pocket that one of those “Las Vegas” casino.

    Or more dangerous than a pirahna on your toilet.

    Take your pick!!!

    #26117 Reply
    Dan C
    Guest

    From what my rep tells me QTelNet now has a soft switch that includes the pre-paid calling card application and IVR and 24 ports for free. I guess there isnt any support, but you can buy it if needed.

    #26118 Reply
    Noname
    Guest

    I will be concerned about free lunches and billing systems.

    But sounds interesting. It is just software????

    Must be a catch, like you need to give them all your minutes at their rates or something like that.

    Noname

    #26119 Reply
    Igor Iovchevski
    Guest

    Is there any way to get a prepaid billing solution including IVR , or without ?
    Do you know where can it be downloaded?

    #26120 Reply
    Noname
    Guest

    The IVR files needed for the A800 could be downloaded for free from Quintum site.
    It is a small file, only 800 kb for most languages.
    The quintum could handle only one language, unless you do a software upgrade.

    About billing: The best ,of the shelf package that works, that i found so far s,sells for 100 dollars a month.

    Is a hosted service, you only point the quintum to a server farm.

    The acccess to your accounts is via web.

    Contract is month to month, lo long time comitement

    No, I am not the rep. Only a user.

    Good luck!!!!

    Noname.

    #26121 Reply
    mumin
    Guest

    I want to start a prepaid calling card
    business and I would like to know the
    best and cheap billing software and IVR.

    How much it will cost ?

    #26122 Reply
    Saul Bejarano
    Guest

    Use VOICEMASTER
    I may not call it a cheap equipment but Cost Effective.
    you can find it from 25 to 35 depends on the modules you add, I have one in Canada http://www.raniphone.com and one in Miami, http://www.procomm100.net both work perfect.

    #26123 Reply
    Honza Vomacka
    Guest

    Or you can get for 23K USD PortaBilling100 – complete VoIP billing package, with all of the possible modules (and no need to pay for the extra modules in future!), with the unlimited ASP functionality, with 6 month support included in the price…

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