[Freeswitch-users] Looking for Cost Effective IVR Solution forConcurrent Calls

ankIT WALiA ankitwalia4u at gmail.com
Wed Jun 22 13:48:20 MSD 2011

I want to know If there is any other way to receive concurrent incomings
calls apart from using PRI.

I think Reliance is giving in 4.5K. I saw

On Wed, Jun 22, 2011 at 5:17 AM, sharad <sharad at coraltele.com> wrote:

> **
> Hi Ankit
> I differ with you on the PRI pricing. Now a days, in north India, BSNL,
> Reliance, Airtel, etc, are providing PRI connectivity somewhere arround
> 10-12 K per month. More over this, they will permit you to make the free
> calls of the same value. Means if you opt for 10K / month plan, you will be
> able to make the out calls of wrth Rs 10K approx. Yes, if you want only
> inbound, you will have to pay at least 10K.  So you can check with the local
> service provider in Tamilnadu & nagotiate with the service provider for
> minimum rent.
> Regarding your rest queries, I am not sure what do you want to ask..plz
> explore your queries.
> Regards
> Sharad, Noida
> 9891499202
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> *Subject:* [Freeswitch-users] Looking for Cost Effective IVR Solution
> forConcurrent Calls
> Dear all,
> I am working to develop an IVR solution for an NGO in Tamil Nadu, India
> using Freeswitch open source telephony interface.
> I am looking for any cost effective solution for hardware where concurrent
> inbound/outbound calls can be made by the IVR system. Some research, I did
> but I am skeptical, need some more guidance from experts. Number of
> concurrent calls for initial stage inbound 5-10 but based on response from
> the community, we will plan for scaling up. Outbound Scheduled calls are of
> lesser importance right now.
> I checked online that PRI line provides me 30 lines for voice which can be
> used concurrently. But, the rent for the line is very high which cant be
> feasible for the NGO.
> Min PRI line cost is Rs 4.5 K per month.
> Please suggest alternative solutions which I can use for the same.
> 1. What about VOIP  and using their local access number?
> 2. What about SIP based IP phone with extensions?
> 3. What about trunk lines, DID etc?
> 4. What about GSM Modems, GSMOpen?
> I am very new telecom technology. Please help.
> Thanks
> Ankit
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