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22nd June 2002 at 10:27 #12910Shalini MenonGuest
Thank You very much Vishal,
You have been a lot of help.If you are currently in India is it possible for you to let me know. My email is [Withheld]13th August 2002 at 04:10 #12911RitoGuest
I am trying to set-up a small tech support center in Calcutta on a 24 x 7 basis. Basically 2 shifts w/ 3 each and one shift w/ 2. I have a few queries:
One VoIP box which receives calls in in US
One VoIP box where calls are transmitetd to. in Calcutta.
What does one VoIP switch cost in Calcutta?
What are the internet connectivity options?
I understand that an E-1 line about 2.04 MbPS is there and an ISDN is there for 128KBPs. What are their costs?
128 KBPs might be too light and E-1 might too expensive for 3 concurrent users. Are there any intermediate options like a partial E-1? How do small players handle this?
Does anyone have surplus capacity with a E-1 VoIP box in Calcutta that they would like to share for a fee every month which would receive my calls from US and carry it to my local phones in Cal. Coneversely, my
people in Cal would dial the local numbers to that VoIP switch to call back.
Are there people in Cal who can help me set-up this small tech support center?14th August 2002 at 23:28 #12912MaheshGuest
Yes there is other options available with vsnl named half circuit through which you can have desired amount of bandwidth.
Hiring iplc from other users in my opinion is not best option.
you can enquire about the rates directly from vsnl.
I am not sure about calcutta but it will be approx 42 lacs per year.
regards15th August 2002 at 22:45 #12913RahulGuest
I would like to discuss with you the possibility of buying an existing call center in India. Please contact me further discussions.22nd August 2002 at 23:20 #12914Swechcha.Guest
Someone please give me an exhaustive list of equipment needed to set up a 60 seater voice(inbound and outbound) and a 40 seater (bulk mailing). Software and hardware. This is apart from the PCs, server, Predictive Dialer(including IVR,ACD and CTI) and networking equipment.Also I’m assuming a 2MB IPLC should service the operation adequately. Is this correct?8th October 2002 at 10:46 #12915hemant guptaGuest
what is the capacity that v r looking at…7th November 2002 at 00:05 #12916RobGuest
What is considered the best location in India for a Call Centre /Help Desk ?8th November 2002 at 16:20 #12917SanjeevGuest
A good location is Gurgaon just outside New Delhi.There are a lot of successful call center in this area including GE Capital,American Express,Convergys,Daksh and many more.
Sanjeev9th November 2002 at 11:42 #12918ritesh agrawalGuest
i am interested in setting up a call centre can anyone help me out?13th November 2002 at 09:38 #12919nakrishnanatvsnldotnetGuest
Browse http://www.vsnl.com for traiff14th November 2002 at 15:13 #12920KrishnaGuest
Can you specify more details where you are planning to set up and whether it is inbound or outbound.18th November 2002 at 14:04 #12921vinay singhGuest
can you tell me the procedure of accuring a call centre licence in india that is i want to know the steps and procedures of acquiring a new licence for a new setup.
Also tell me the authorities with whom i have to be in contact with for the same18th November 2002 at 18:17 #12922RitzGuest
I am doing a similar assignment (on feasiblity of a call center in India), for a tutor, here in the UK. It would be great if you could share the information you have gathered with me. Thanks.20th November 2002 at 09:29 #12923ritesh agrawalGuest
i require help to set up a call centre. i want a detail project of this venture. we am new to this but masters in business expetise. we want a consultancy firm which can manage all my investment and take care of our returns. hope to here u soon .
ritesh agrawal29th November 2002 at 20:33 #12924OzGuest
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