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AXT800 OR AXG800

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    Hi i’m starting up a pre-paid card operation, these two systems are on the table but i can not make up my mind, can someone guide me in the right direction thanks

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    Can you please clarify your question?

    If your question is which one should you use, you need to determine how you are to use them for your pre-paid.

    The AXT only has FXO ports which you would use to connect to phone lines to send calls out to or receive calls in from (typical pre-paid is to receive calls from phone line and send over IP).

    The AXG only has FXS or station ports that you would normally connect to phones or to the trunk card of a PBX. You could use this in a call shop where phones are connected to the FXS ports.

    Of course you will need an radius server to handle all of the databasing for your calling card operation.


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    If you are in a location where you could get E1 or T1 lines, do not go analog.
    Get one of the digital systems instead.
    If you could only get analog phone lines, like Mike said, you have to decide the configuration first.

    If you will have customers dialing into the Quintum, via analog phone lines, you need the one with FXO interface.

    If the Quintum will be connected directly to PHONES, like in a call shop operation, or call center, where the people making the calls and the Quintum are on the same location, you will need the FXS type.

    Best luck!!!!!

    Wilson Boyrie

    #29715 Reply

    Thanks Mike and Wilson for your positive input


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