Business VoIP is one of the main revenue source for many VoIP service providers. This business model requires quality in service as well as multiple features to serve a variety of business needs. Many of the VoIP service providers using Kolmisoft MOR Softswitch has the advantage to support a variety of business VoIP needs. With the increase in the penetration of the smartphone market, it is imperative for any VoIP service provider to be able to own mobile apps for his VoIP service and serve his clientele.
In this short guide we will show how to download free softphone, install it, register to the SIP server and dial some local numbers for fun.
Good way to actually experience VoIP for real! (Veterans please stand by.)
An interconnection form is used at the initial step when companies enter into a business relationship and are becoming interconnected. Companies need to connect their equipment to pass a call from one party to another.
The book about how to become VoIP provider and start different VoIP services: PC to Phone, Calling Card, IP PBX, Mobile VoIP, etc.
More details: http://www.bitly.com/VoIP-Book
IMPORTANT! This service is no longer provided.
Kolmisoft now introduces a new add-on service to kick-start your VoIP business. We are now offering website and mobile app integration with your MOR server. We help you integrate every possible feature of your VoIP business model that operates with MOR. Its easy to customize and easy to operate on a highly secured platform. Additionally, we also help you with ready to deploy mobile apps for iOS and Android.
Implemented solution for Finnish company https://moitele.com by Kolmisoft
- Retail sales site integrated with MOR Softswitch: moitele.com
- iPhone mobile dialer integrated with MOR Softswitch: https://goo.gl/DPbn4i
- Android mobile dialer integrated with MOR Softswitch: https://goo.gl/nGLr2G
The answer-seizure ratio (ASR) and average call duration (ACD) are the most commonly used metrics to indicate VoIP route quality. They are mentioned in almost every email, chat, etc. between VoIP providers.
You need to understand and fully utilize them in your business when selecting the best routes from your providers, forecasting call volumes, determining traffic demand, measuring the performance of your infrastructure and fixing things when call quality deteriorates.
When buying a traffic route, the price is only one of the important factors. Another one is quality. A good price but bad quality means a bad route and it is almost impossible to do continuous business with bad routes.
Sometimes it is feasible to use not-so-great quality routes, but it is safer to stick with good quality routes to keep your clients and make sure your business prospers.
More info here.
The short answer: G729
The long one…