Cloud communications company Telcentris (News - Alert), creator of VoxOx In Business and the VoxOx Voice over IP (VoIP) app for the iPhone, recently made the announcement that the structure and pricing of its white label VoIP program, launched way back in late 2010, will be changing.
The program is aimed at a wide audience including existing service providers on other platforms, traditional phone companies looking to enter the VoIP market with their own brand, IT integrators, data VARS, interconnects and entrepreneurs. The white label VoIP program provides its customers with VoIP to add to their business services.
While the program was previously offered with three separate pricing plans, it is now only available in a single streamlined package with metered and bundled minute options for SIP trunking, hosted IP PBX (News - Alert) business solutions and single line user deployments — "SoHo" and residential line replacement. The new program structure includes highly competitive flat rate pricing for organization and termination services as well as reduced initial start-up fees for customers by a rate of 50 percent or higher.
New functionality added to the white label program includes redesigned end-user and administrator portals, which can be customized with a company's branding, enabling easy access to CDR information and more account management and call control functions. An updated portal design provides a more user-friendly experience for both administrators and end users. OSS/BSS platforms for ordering and billing provisioning have also been enhanced.
CEO of Telcentris, Bryan Hertz, said: “Since launching our white label VoIP program in December of 2010, we have seen tremendous interest, which resulted in significant growth of our wholesale business. After taking into account valuable customer feedback on feature requests, pricing and structure, we simplified the white label offering to allow for easy program entry and scalability.”
VoxOx (News - Alert) In Business provides white label program setup and training which can be completed in a few weeks with minimal investment up front. In March, Telcentris and VoxOx In Business introduced the commercial availability of its short duration call service.
Edited by Brooke Neuman