Pareteum Voicemail is exceptionally flexible, facilitating multiple Class of Service (COS) definitions and offering more than hundred different settings and options.
Our Voicemail is Suitable for Mobile and Fixed-Line
Are you looking for a flexible voicemail system with excellent quality of service?
Do you need to replace your current legacy voicemail platform?
Are your current support costs very high?
Do you want to purchase licenses only when you need to use them?
Can your current voicemail platform not handle SIP?
Do you want to run your voicemail in your own virtual environment?
Pareteum Voicemail will solve these problems and questions.
Let’s say you’re a telecom operator in either the mobile or fixed market.
You’ve been using the same voicemail solution for quite some time, meaning you pay to maintain and support an old, dedicated hardware. Moreover, adding new features is either impossible or very expensive, and security is an increasing concern.
You’ve Found the Right Voicemail Solution for Your Business!
Pareteum Voicemail is used by MNOs, fixed-line operators, cable operators, MVNOs, MVNEs, and enterprises all over the globe.
It’s easy to integrate into existing platforms and includes a variety of features, settings, and options that make it flexible enough to fit the requirements of any telecom company.
These settings are applicable on various levels and COS. This gives our customers the ability to offer top-notch experiences to both mobile and fixed subscribers.
Pareteum next generation voicemail, which includes an XML-based provisioning interface, is available either as a single instance or as a full GEO redundant architecture. This is to ensure maximum availability and data integrity.
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