Line-provider.com is celebrating their recent success of terminating over 100 million minutes of call center and dialer traffic per month by offering potential clients a free day of testing their carrier’s SIP termination with unlimited ports.
Line-provider.com is celebrating their recent success of terminating over 100 million minutes of call center and dialer traffic per month by offering potential clients a free day of testing their carrier’s SIP termination with unlimited ports. The company wants to quadruple the number of minutes they are terminating within a few months and are so confident of their dialer and long duration termination routes to the US, that they are willing to pay for a customer’s SIP termination for a day so that they can become confident with the quality and pricing.
Line-provider.com’s VP of carrier relations, Mr. M. Wind stated: “This is an extremely exiting offer for us to make, I don’t believe anyone has ever offered a free day of testing with unlimited ports before. Even customers using 10k ports are welcome to test – that is how confident we are of our routes quality, our customer service, speed of execution and not the least the pricing. We want to terminate at least 73 percent of the traffic from high volume users utilizing a LCR table – and once our NPA/NXX rates are in there, I am sure we will. So in order to prove our quality AND rates, we put our money where our mouth is. Test us for a day, send us all your traffic and we will not charge you for termination. Once you experience our routes and see how much you can save, we are confident our testing clients become long term customers”
Line-provider.com has stated that that only SIP traffic terminating to the United States will qualify for this no-cost testing promotion. While they are aware of taking a risk by terminating traffic for free with this promotion, the company finds it important that customers are able to test the real routes this way. “In our own testing of termination offerings, we have often received a handful of ports on a decent route but as soon as we send real live traffic and scaled up the number of ports, we got put on a lesser quality route. That is why we don’t want to restrict the number of ports our potential clients can use during their test”, Mr. Wind added.
Customers that want to learn more about this offering can visit this link. and register for free.