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2talk's telco in a cloud offers partners chance to launch own telco

03 Oct 14

2talk is offering resellers, carriers and integrators the chance to operate as their own telco – and make money from it.

The newly launched My Cloud Telco is 'the ultimate wholesale solution': a complete telecommunications platform, including carrier services, broadband, a cloud PBX, management portals and billing for channel partners' end customers.

Jude Flood, 2talk general manager, says the offering takes the hard work out of running a telco and enables resellers, carriers and integrators to sell and bill services under their own brand, creating greater long term value within their business.

The modular solution can be launched in weeks and enables 2talk partners to sell a range of services including Cloud PBX, faxmail, web conferencing, SIP trunking, mobile applications and broadband.

Partners can build their own plans, create bundles, including add-ons, and set their own margins and rates.

Resellers can manage and support their customers via a powerful Carrier Administration Portal with prepaid, postpaid or hybrid billing available.

Branded end-user portals can be offered for customers, enabling self management and My Cloud Telco enables use of any access technology for customers' VoIP solutions, be it broadband (ADSL, VDSL, UFB/fibre), mobile or HSNS.

“Partners have been asking for this service for some time now, and we listened,” Flood says.

A starter My Cloud Telco service is available for free, enabling partners to try the service and see how great it is, before committing to the full production model.

“Once they've tried My Cloud Telco out, moving to a full production model is very simple and requires very little investment,” Flood says.

Head to My Cloud Telco to get more details.

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