MaxBill is proud to announce that it has deployed a convergent prepaid and postpaid charging solution for TelZar 019, an international competitive carrier in Israel.
“We conducted a rigorous selection process and MaxBill was clearly our vendor of choice to support our move into convergent prepaid and postpaid services. We selected MaxBill for its mature functionality that gives us the flexibility to diversify our prepaid and postpaid service offerings and expand our revenue streams.”Azarya Sela, Managing Director at TelZar 019
MaxBill has deployed its product suite to enable TelZar 019 to efficiently provide its customers with both prepaid and postpaid telecommunication services. The MaxBill system provides TelZar 019 with real-time coverage of its entire billing and charging process, including intercarrier settlement, retail billing, calling card and voucher management, Radius-based convergent charging and invoicing. MaxBill also applies profile management policies on calls in real-time to control credit limits for postpaid customers in order to prevent bill shock and fraudulent usage. The solution from MaxBill also includes customer management and product catalogue features.
“We offer a comprehensive portfolio of multiple play customer management and billing solutions to help service providers to expand their service offerings and improve the efficiency of their operations. We are pleased that TelZar 019 is relying on our convergent charging solution to support its prepaid and postpaid service expansion.”Kirill Rechter, CEO of MaxBill
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