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7th July 2004 at 09:58 #16372SultanGuest
This forum is a great meeting point to discuss call center issues.
I am also trying to setup between 5 and 10 seat call center in Karachi, Pakistan.
I have done some research and have found expenses like salaries, rents, VoIP cost, per seat cost, etc.
What I can’t find out is what is the registration process and cost for Gov. of Paksitan?
Do I need any server on my side to work with?
Can I work with ISDN or DSL with 256K data rate?
Thank you in advance for answering my questions.
Sultan9th July 2004 at 09:09 #16373Harris IqbalGuest
The registeration process is very simple. If you visit PTCL’s website you will find the complete information. Yes you would require a server at your end that would be connected to your Telephony Gateway with the IP of your ASP assigned to it. I would not recommend DSL. Clearpipe IP or IPLC (if affordable for you) are better solutions for bandwidth.
– Harris23rd July 2004 at 09:48 #16374EhsunGuest
I’m about to setup a call center in Pakistan. Can you please advise me if VoIP is a good solution or otherwise. I’m absolutely cost concious. Secondly, I shall be gratful if you can tell me what necessary steps be taken and enlight some ideas on methodology.27th July 2004 at 10:23 #16375Harris IqbalGuest
VoIP is a little shaky in Pakistan. You will at times encounter a delay and voice may also break at times. However, this may vary from solution to solution. I would, if feasible, recommend IPLC. This would assure excellent quality and guaranteed connectivity.
– Harris9th August 2004 at 10:45 #16376EhsunGuest
Thank you for your helpful advise. I am considering IPLC. Would you tell me something on rest of the helf circuit from abroad. I mean which country it is best to get it from and how?
Regards11th August 2004 at 00:42 #16377SultanGuest
I’ve checked IPLC quality. It’s awesome. How much does it cost though?
Thanks11th August 2004 at 00:42 #16378saifGuest
Pakistan is Now good market for call center we also get services from VOixs Technologies USA, site address is http://www.voixs.com. They are giving us Dam good services.
Their hardware Bandwidth consumption is so good and technically they are much strong then other one service provider.
Saif25th August 2004 at 11:14 #16379lionell artemusGuest
I would like to no the standard protocal a lined with starting a call center?14th September 2004 at 10:41 #16380Francis JoaquinGuest
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