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20th February 2002 at 09:36 #12076Lokesh PatelGuest
Can anyone guide me about international call procedure.
Following is my query :
We are setting up call centre in India.
Want to process orders for one company in UK.
0800 is the toll free number there which will be circulated.
My query is that how I am going to receive calls in India & what all infrastructure is required.21st February 2002 at 06:23 #12077SANJAY BANGROOGuest
Since the calls will be originating from UK and terminating/landing up in INDIA. As of now we have a single international gateway for all voice calls in INDIA and all calls are routed through this gateway. But once the calls land on our gateway in INDIA , there will be no problem for the calls to route to your call center in INDIA. So nothing much is required from INDIA except some connectivity and muxes for the IPLC and of course your Call Center needs to be in place and equipped with all the infrastructure.
As far as INDIA is concerned , we r still developing on the concept of TOLL FREE NUMBERS. We have a level of 1600-XXXX in INDIA. This may come as a surprise to u , WE DO NOT HAVE NATIONAL ( WITHIN INDIA ) TOLL FREE NUMBER IN INDIA YET. But with the entry of private long distance service providers , this facility of NATIONAL TOLL FREE is promised by them. Let us see how soon we can have it.
I hope I have cleared all your doubts/queries/concerns. In case u have more queries , please feel free to get in touch with me.
Sanjay Bangroo23rd February 2002 at 11:12 #12078anandGuest
The answer for ur querry is that u need to have an IPLC between UK and India in place , this IPLC u can get from Service Provider like BT in UK and VSNL in India ,to terminate this IPLC u need Mux at both the ends.
Again in UK end all toll free calls will terminate to the mux through E1 provided by SP there and the calls will land to India to the ACD which will intelligently distribute it the call agents as per the defined business logic.25th February 2002 at 05:19 #12079NagaGuest
What anand is saying is good. That is the best solution.
Naga10th April 2002 at 08:25 #12080Sathi ReddyGuest
As for as your requiremnet is concerned..u need to have IPLC link between two countries and u have MUX in the both ends.You can take IPLC link form vsnl office ,india.In the indian side u have to set up all the requirments .If u have any queries regarding this contact me on my mail address or phone.10th April 2002 at 09:34 #12081DeepakGuest
why not ask BT for India end too as they already have a network laid down from Mumbai to all over India11th April 2002 at 10:31 #12082Anand PrakashGuest
Hope u must have got the solution for your International call centre till date if u r still evaluating technology for your requirement then i would suggest to go IP way because after IP telephony deregulation lot of good thins are going to happen on IP front .
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