Airtel Introduces Carrier Digital Platform for Voice Wholesale Business
Thursday, 03 May 2018, 18:57 IST
Bharti Airtel brings in first-of-its-kind carrier digital platform, which helps global carriers to do wholesale voice business with Airtel at the click of a button. It allows users to buy voice termination services from Airtel and also give them idea to propose sell rated for their target market.
Commenting on the event, Ajay Chitkara, Director & CEO, Bharto Airtel, says, “This is yet another digital innovation from Airtel to empower our customers, who can now leverage Airtel’s global voice network on a real-time basis with high quality voice termination. The platform will bring enhanced efficiency, convenience, agility and transparency and further strengthen our position as the preferred partner for customers across the world.”
The users can also access real-time online reports with the help of real-time usage analytics which tracks key performance indicators, traffic rates, payment and many more. Designed according to the customer insights, the voice platform boosts global carriers with faster decision making, ease of business and enhanced business efficiency through considerable reduction in time required to get started on voice interconnects.
Headquartered in New Delhi and being the third largest mobile operator globally, Airtel has subscribers across 16 countries in Asia and Africa and it also has a network coverage spanning 250,000 route kilometers across 50 countries. Partnering with over 1200 global carriers, Airtel has been able to build a strong network through agile, transparent and high performing processes. Airtel India provides 2G, 3G, 4G wireless services, mobile commerce, fixed line services and much more with over 413 million customers across its operations at the end of March 2018. They also plan to deliver a single window on the digital platform for product discovery, on-boarding, billing, payment, enquiry, and support across multiple B2B products.
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