Inabox inks $3.6 million Total Telecoms deal

Inabox inks $3.6 million Total Telecoms deal

The three-year deal will see the migration of 3000 end user customers’ PSTN services to its wholesale aggregation solution.

Australian ICT provider, Inabox Group, has signed a $3.6 million deal with Total Telecoms to migrate 3000 end user customers’ PSTN services to its wholesale aggregation solution.

The deal is for a minimum of three years and includes the facility to on-sell Telstra wholesale 3G services to these customers in the future.

Total Telecoms managing director, Ivan Boladian, said Inabox was chosen as their supplier because of its willingness and proven ability to work with medium sized telecommunications players.

“The larger carriers find it too difficult to integrate with smaller organisations and, in addition, Inabox has a great array of wholesale services to choose from when we choose to expand,” Boladian said.

As part of the deal, Total Telecoms' customers will have access to an all-in-one billing, provisioning and CRM system and strong account management support.

Inabox Group managing director and CEO, Damian Kay, said the deal demonstrates its flexibility to accommodate the specific requirements from retail service providers in the market regardless of size.

“We have been very aggressive in the wholesale space and it is starting to pay off,” Kay said.

In addition to the deal with Total Telecoms, Inabox has also recently signed a deal to migrate another 2000 PSTN lines, in a separate three-year deal with an estimated value of $2.4 million.

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