SMT VoIP Communication Service Provider

By: Smt Voip  09-12-2011
Keywords: Access Number


SMT VoIP Services

Calling Cards:

Calling Cards are an excellent alternative for making low-cost international phone calls, avoiding the high costs that traditional telecom carriers apply. They can be distributed through a wide net of Callshops, Internet cafés and hundreds of websites online. There are many unique advantages associated with prepaid Calling Cards: cost-savings, budget control, mobility etc. Placing a call with a Calling Card is easy and the call can be made from a mobile phone. SMT VoIP is one of the leading players in the telecom market in a number of regions. SMT VoIP offers several scenarios for providing Calling Card services. Read MoreDevice 2 Phone:
Device2Phone/IP Phone service enables user to place calls directly from a device without the need of a PC. Resellers can easily generate Device2Phone/IP Phone accounts and distributed to end users. ATAs (Analog Telephone Adaptors) are devices into which household phones can be plugged and be used as IP Phones for VoIP calling. The device is plugged into the internet and configured to the Tseyva servers. IP Phone is a phone that can be plugged directly into the Internet and place VoIP calls. IP Phones can be configured to the Tseyva servers.PC 2 Phone:

SMT VoIP provides Pc2phone solution with excellent features & quality. We offer our Pc2phone service with customized skins.The days of long telephone bills resulting from expensive international calls are over. SMT VoIP brings you a fantastic opportunity to enter the booming VOIP sector with our top of the line PC to Phone services. Pc2phone technology is a simple yet thorough user-friendly technology that allows PC users with an Internet dial-up connection to make long distance and international calls to anywhere in the world. You can recharge your accounts by entering a PIN (Personal Identification Number) that they received either from a purchased calling card. The PIN is equated with a specific amount of money, as determined by you – when you enter the PIN, that amount of money is credited to your account.You need to download the Softphone software to your PC and install it.By logging in by specific account you can make calls to anywhere in the world – all you need is a sound card, speakers and a microphone on your PC. You can also log in anytime to check your account balance and CDR through web portal.Callback:
One such opportunity is the offering of callback services. While in a typical call the caller dials the called party directly, in a callback scenario, a callback server dials the caller, obtains a destination number via an IVR script, dials that number and connects the call. Because of the reversed call path and utilization of VoIP technology, callback users can save money.SMT VoIP has developed a new line of CallBack service that enable users to make low-cost calls worldwide using any regular or mobile phone. Whether a customer call a local access number and hang up, or use the web to place a Callback call, SMT VoIP will call back and connect the call to any phone number worldwide.

Callshop:
SMT VoIP has developed a special Callshop program aiming at existing, as well as prospective, Callshop and Internet Café owners. The solution consists of special software and a remotely-preconfigured VoIP gateway which will terminate calls through SMT VoIP network at very competitive rates. As an alternative to the Callshop software, we also offer a special billing set consisting of a Billing Meter and a customer screen to be installed inside the call booth. The Billing Meter calculates the call duration and cost per each booth in the Callshops. Read MoreA telephone card, calling card or phone card for short, is a small card, usually resembling a credit card, used to pay for telephone services. Such cards can either employ a prepaid credit system or a credit-card-style system of credit. The exact system for payment, and the way in which the card is used to place a telephone call, depend on the overall telecommunication system. Currently, the most common types of telephone cards involve pre-paid credit (stored-value) in which the card is purchased with a specific balance, from which the cost of calls made is deducted. Pre-paid phone cards are disposable. When the balance is exhausted you simply buy a new card. In some countries, cards purchased can be refilled. The other main type of card involves a card with a special PIN printed on it that allows one to charge calls to a land-line telephone account. These are known as remote memory cards.Prepaid:
Customer visits the call shop.
Customer pre-pays the operator for the call.
The operator will then activate a phone booth for the customer using billing software.
The customer will go to the phone booth and dial the destination number.
Billing software will record the call details and the corresponding call charges for future reporting needs. Postpaid:
Customer visits the call shop.
Customer chooses a vacant phone booth and dials the destination number.
Billing software keeps track of each phone booth's call details and the corresponding call charges for invoicing and future reporting needs.
When the customer has completed his/her calls, the operator generates an invoice for the customer's calls.

Keywords: Access Number