Tuesday, August 14, 2007

Callshop Administration Module

Webacall.com is now offering callshop owners the Callshop Administration Module to help them easily manage their businesses. This software is directly associated with Webacall.com and will help you better handle your day to day business.

In more detail:

  • You will be able to check all the booths from one interface
  • You will be able to aggregate calls from the same booth
  • You will be able to produce receipts including your profit margin and VAT applicable, with your business logo attached
  • You will be able to insert local currency
  • You will be able to gather usage statistics

The Callshop Module is offered for free. This includes future updates as well. No licensing or recurring fees apply!

This is a work in progress and more updates will be available based on your requirements and particular needs. More information is available in our forum. Detailed instructions on how to use the module configure it, as well as technical information is available.

For more information you may visit the Webacall.com website.

More Virtual Numbers

More Virtual Numbers added. Swedish DID numbers have been added in our database, check pricing and availability

Thursday, August 9, 2007

Calling Cards

A new calling card access number has been released. Canada Toronto 647 calling card access number added!

Rate Updates 03-08-2007

New rates for a number of destinations. Bangladesh and Pakistan benefited substantially. Many more as well, have a look at our RATES pages for more details.

Virtual Numbers - DID

New Virtual numbers are added every day! Register for free and check pricing and availability. Want more information about our Virtual Number service? Just click here.

Wednesday, July 18, 2007

Talking about VoIP services is not an easy task. Getting the features you want is even more difficult nowadays. The proliferation of VoIP has been taking place with big steps, to the point consumers, be it corporate or individuals, are meshed up and don't know how to go about it.

It's not only the prices that attract them but also the features that act as enablers to their needs. A voip service should include a number of features, like voip (of course), instant messaging, voice mail, faxing, video conferencing, file sharing etc in order to provide its customer base with all the necessary tools for everyday tasks. Be it commuters that want cheaper rates or business customers, home users or corporate environments that would appreciate an all in one, one stop platform, brings the whole issue in a different perspective.

To make a long story short, VoIP as a service is good. VoIP as part of a bundle of services is even better. Having said that, the cost of voip should not be there in the first place, as opportunity profit derived from the insertion of a bundled service to the market could cover it to the extend of minimization or even rendering it non existent.

It is not voip that will prevail in the end. It is voip bundled services that will change the scenery of online communications. Only this way, as always in the field of services, will VoIP Service Providers be trimmed down to a reasonable number. Those that can and will provide a portfolio reasonable enough for customers to trust understand and to which they may remain loyal.