Don’t be in the dark about the exciting opportunities that direct inward dialing provides for contact centers, MVNOs, voip companies and other company use huge amounts of sell IP communications services such DID phone numbers. DIDx offers you DID numbers of 130 nations to buy and use or buy and resell. Send your phone service provider to join DIDx to take advantage and from there … help you take advantage. Win win!
Hello to our 35,000+ DIDx customers whom we highly value:
When signing up your new customers, the last thing you want to think about is your costs for porting their phone numbers. Porting a huge mass of phone numbers can be expensive. Considering this and wanting to assist you all we can to success, DIDx is offering free porting for international and local DIDs for a limited period of time.
Please note that the porting requests need to be submitted before 31st Oct.
The offer is valid in the following countries:
Note: LNP coverage restrictions are applicable in some countries, as well as standard cancellation fees.
Kindly send your DIDs list to lnp @ supertec.com in order for us to check if your numbers are applicable for free porting.
VoIP was a life-saver for many students all over the world. It has and does give them the opportunity to write, read, speak and listen to people in South Africa, Australia, Germany, USA, Malaysia, Pakistan and any of the other 214 other nations and territories. VoIP offers schools, colleges and universities to use real life applications in using language and learning and applying any subject. After “VoIP.” life gets better!
So, with that background of our cofounders of this VoIP company in 1999, here are spme of their opinions of the best VoIP blogs available.
How do companies that provide IP telephony and other types of communications gain customers via smart publicity, marketing and service? It is not by telling their current and potential customers that they can buy phone numbers of 130 nations and such every day on the website, email campaigns, blogs and social media platforms.
In 2016, Small Biz Trends shared, “The probability of selling to an existing customer is 60-70 percent. The probability of selling to a new prospect is 5-20 percent. 80 percent of your future profits will come from just 20 percent of your existing customers. 65 percent of a company’s business comes from existing customers.”
We have to figure out how to consistently roll out exemplary customer service. We have to empower the people who provide that pleasurable service, the team members. Direct inward dialing phone numbers and innovative analysis and evaluation tools can play a big part in making this business dream a reality.
Mobile network and mobile virtual network operators, voip companies, multi-location contact centers can use direct inward dialing phone numbers to empower their customers. The numbers are ready to manage from anywhere in the world and mapped to any device or even app. DIDx offers an API so that the over 17 million DID phone numbers available on the DIDx platform appear as if the operators and service providers own them before even buying them for resale!
It is time to make your company and even your customers reachable anywhere and anytime. Our API lets you know each time a customer has purchased a DID phone number from you. It bills you and it bills DIDx’s vendors who provide the DID. Assistance with billing is awesome, but did you know that DID phone numbers can help you analyse and evaluate your marketing campaigns? Our call logs include the following statistics for each DID phone number you or your customer buys:
Framework usually is packaged stuff, so they are created for the user to easily use to accomplish solutions quickly. But to use them, it is recommended that the user have first core PHP knowledge and pre-requisite. This way his shift will be very easy and he will be able to follow good practices than if he has started without prior good knowledge. Why waste time with the lack of core concept understandng?
What do you need?
Learn core PHP, loops, conditions, statements, arrays and other basic concepts. Then learn Object Oriented programming, many people learn it, but basically, you have to create a real project with a few classes amd inheritance too. Now, before jumping to Laravel, learn general basics like routing, ORM, template engining, and similar concepts. I love Symfony framework’s tutorials on how to create your own framework. It is very good to read and learn.
Moving to Laravel
Now, create a small project using the necessary background knowledge by gathering some libraries and if all goes well, move to Laravel. I assure you that now your shift will be very easy and smooth. I recommend to study a few tutorials and then go to Documentation of Laravel. Please note documentation is a very important part, so at least whatever version of Laravel you choose, read a-z of its documentation.
A Pensacola, Florida headquartered VP of DIDX Suzanne Bowen, Karachi-based DIDX senior customer service exec Ali Muhammad and Australian James Hughes of Dove Gospel Global met up online via webRTC to discuss in short form how the nonprofit organization and DIDX work together to meet the needs of DGG and its community that is now as global as its name.
Dove Gospel Global global network director and pastor James Hughes says, “My heart is for a church without politics, and where Jesus moves in power and authority through his Holy Spirit.”
One major goal of Dove Gospel Global is to connect with religious leaders anywhere and of any religion. They searched for ways to make these leaders have an easy, efficient way to contact Dove Gospel Global, and for DGG to stay in touch. There are many communications issues such as poor cellular, landline and/or Internet networks in different areas of the world whether 3rd world, rural, emerging and also cost and security.
Because of the organization’s tireless search and testing of several solutions, they found happiness with a FreeSWITCH-based platform and DIDX for incoming calls. Now, the group has headquarters in Kampala, Uganda; Bhattiprolu, India; Lahore, Pakistan; Kent, United Kingdom; and with the main headquarters in Sydney, Australia. Anyone can call Dove Gospel Global via a local phone number of over 50 countries, and we have learned that those phone lines stay very busy. Call logs tell it all. Those 50 countries include USA, UK, Uganda, Turkey, Thailand, Sweden, Spain, South Korea, South Africa, Slovac Republic, Singapore, Russia, Rumania, Portugal, Poland, Pakistan, Nigeria, New Zealand, Netherlands, Mexico, Malaysia, Liberia, Latvia, Kenya, Japan, Italy, Israel, Ireland, Hong Kong, Ireland, Germany, France, Finland, Denmark, Czech Republic, Brazil, Belgium, Austria and Australia.
The number and scope of communications, new community members and collaborators and growth of their nonprofit movement in every way has grown and experienced more success, but that’s not to say, they have not had some tough times such as communications solution trials that never really worked, DIDs purchased from other virtual phone number service providers where price fluctuated, mostly upward, and service stopped for weeks at a time. The group’s growth was not matched by a flexible, scalable communications set-up. But once they developed in-house with paid guidance from a FreeSWITCH developer their own platform and integrated DIDX.net DID number service, they are now able to grow without the “growing pains.”
Watch Ali and James talk about Dove Gospel Global’s technological path to success.
The road map of OpenSIPS 2.4 is an ambitious one, addressing one of the most complex but vital capabilities of a SIP server. The ability to exceed the status of a single instance application in order to scale in a shape of a multi-node instance cluster. The road map of OpenSIPS 2.4 is an ambitious one, addressing one of the most complex but vital capabilities of a SIP server. The ability to exceed the status of a single instance application in order to scale in a shape of a multi-node instance cluster.
What are the benefits?
A. Data distribution, capacity scaling
B. Geographical distribution
C. High availability as data and service
Being able to add clustering support services like registration, calling and presence requires complex and extensive work. Still, the team at OpenSIPS are almost at the end, just a day before the beta release.
Let’s get the status from the OpenSIPS developer team. Watch the video to learn more.
Bogdan Iancu, Liviu Chircu, Razvan Crainea and Vlad Patrascu describe their contributions and collaboration in the the exciting OpenSIPS 2.4 beta release that takes place March 28, 2018 and then the full release on April 30, 2018, one day before the OpenSIPS Summit 2018.
A big part of Liviu’s work was in the OpenSIPS and FreeSWITCH integration and total restructuring and revamp of the user location module. They are planning to build certain clustering modes into it to help you fit better with whatever platform you have.
Razvan is planning to bring some CGRates and RTP engine to OpenSIPS 2.4. (More information from his contribution soon!)
Vlad Patrascu says he’s been with the project for more than two years. His work is focused on improving the clustering under layer and to support important features like dynamic topologies and full data syncing. He’s implemented one model for distributed user location and highly available support for dialer tracking.
Discover the 2.4 capabilities from OpenSIPS Summit formal presentations on stage, in informal discussions in the lobby and via relaxing night-time activities. You’ll learn from interactive demos on building clusters and more. Be fully immersed in the one day workshop focused on clustering training. Be sure to follow OpenSIPS on Twitter, LinkedIN, Facebook and their blog.
A very important goal of DIDX.net is to provide a consistently reliable service for each of its buyers and sellers of DID (direct inward dialing). This is the reason that we share this communication that references a very important email we sent via direct email to each of them and via DIDX blog post in August 24, 2017 and again today March 26, 2018… regarding codec translation.
Just as we announced in that email, we have stopped transcoding beginning the date of 25th March 2018. Now we will send all calls via the most common and most universally compatible codec which is G711.
We hope you will feel the more positive quality and be sure to keep growing as DIDX grows its coverage in quantity and quality! Let us know anything we can do to make this business relationship better than ever. Just log in to your DIDX dashboard and send us an email or call us today.