Webfonepartners.net, Inc., (www.webphonepartners.net) has introduced a series of programs aimed at the reseller and distributor community designed to offer them rapid entry into the growing VoIP market.
“Telecom has been in a relative funk in recent years due to a combination of factors but is currently undergoing a revitalization of sorts by the burgeoning VoIP developments in both network technology and product enhancements,” says Jim Gibson, Vice President of Sales. “The introduction of IP-in-a-Box brings superior equipment and significant quality of service.”
The series of Internet Telephony programs, dubbed “IP-in-a-Box,” is available in four basic packages: Bronze, Silver, Gold, and Platinum. IP-in-a-Box combines product, back-office, and network components, designed so resellers do not have to shop around for providers who only offer partial Internet Telephony products or services. Starter packages include a Web site for product sales, e-shopping cart, administration services, billing server, and a supply of Webfone handsets. Among the most attractive benefits is the drastic reduction in time to market for new players in the VoIP space. In most cases, these new entrants can be up and running in less than 30 days
According to Webfonepartners.net, Inc., resellers further derive benefits as they are able to produce revenue for hardware sales and on a residual commission on their customers’ usage. Commissions can reach as high as 60 percent of the call usage profit.
Webfonecenter.net, utilizes proprietary, multilingual billing software applications in conjunction with intelligent telephone handsets to form a state-of-the-art Internet telephone service for the International consumer market. Consumers can access their account on-line and as well as download software, view their bill, view their calls, activate enhanced services such as call forwarding and even recharge their account with personal identification numbers (PINs) and major credit cards.
Webfonepartners.net has centered on international distribution through established agents and distributors in an effort to gain market share quickly. “The channels by which goods are marketed and distributed have become the new drivers of economic success”, says Gibson. “From these channels flow customer satisfaction, market share, revenue gains and profitability.”