What is VoIP? VoIP – voice over internet protocol. In other words, the transmission of a voice call over the Internet.
VoIP business industry direction is intensively developing at the moment, this type of communication is very popular in call centers, online stores, in offices, and most importantly – this communication fork helps connect people from different parts of the globe. It is about this opportunity will be discussed.
Many do not even think how an international call is made in a mobile network. We will tell you in more detail – this is a rather complicated process, where several members take part. Let’s consider in more detail how the international call occurs.
For example, a subscriber from America wants to call Albania. He dials on his mobile phone number and presses the button “call.” Further, his call comes to the American operator, whose SIM card is used by the subscriber.
And further, the American operator must somehow deliver this call to Albania. It is impossible to do this directly on the GSM network, because it would be necessary to build the base stations of the mobile operator all the way from America to Albania. This is technically impossible. And it is at this point that the American Operator chooses a route by which he wants to send an international call.
The route has 2 main criteria: price and quality. And at this stage intermediaries, transit companies, start offer their route for call delivery.
Transit companies have special GSM / VoIP gateways that convert a call from a GSM network into a VoIP network. And then this call proceeds via the Internet (that is, over a VoIP network). And when a transit company (or, in other words, a transit operator) receives such a call going (for example) to Albania, then there is a choice:
- Send this call to Albania’s mobile operator (as the call goes to its network), in which case the transit company must pay Albanian operator $ 0.22 per minute of the call.
- To go bypass. Send this call to a direct GSM terminator (to a partner who has a system for GSM termination, we previously told you what it is), and pay the GSM terminator $ 0.20 for every minute of the call. In this case, the transit company earns $ 0.02 per minute.
And also the GSM terminator has the opportunity to earn, because this call, getting into the GSM terminators system, is converted back from the VoIP network to the GSM network, and the terminator pays for this call only the local cost of the call within one network, that is no more than 0.05 $ for minute.
The country of Albania is given just for an example, all international communication works in this way, everywhere there are intermediaries who want to earn as much as possible on each minute of conversation, and every coutry has their different tarrifs. And for this very reason, transit companies are actively looking for direct GSM terminators with quality routes. A high quality route can provide you with the ANTRAX system.
With ANTRAX, everyone can start a VoIP business, become a direct GSM terminator and sell their route at very favorable prices, since this solution is very simple and comfortable to use, most processes are automated, it gives stable high quality of the ACD and ASR route, and that’s why the owner ANTRAX system will always be relevant in the VoIP market.
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