PTCL with iBasis fianlly in VoIP thing

iBasis, Inc., a player in international long distance, VoIP, and pre-paid calling cards, announced that Pakistan Telecommunication Company Limited (PTCL), the national carrier of Pakistan, has interconnected with The iBasis Network for international VoIP services. The interconnection will enable PTCL to route international voice traffic over The iBasis Network, a global VoIP network, as well as complete calls for iBasis over its extensive network in Pakistan. PTCL has taken advantage of the iBasis DirectVoIP interoperability solution to implement a direct IP connection between its Huawei IP Backbone infrastructure and iBasis’ global VoIP network, which comprises direct routes to more than 100 countries. Huawei is one of many iBasis DirectVoIP Certified equipment providers, which simplified the process of interconnecting the PTCL infrastructure to iBasis’ Cisco Powered network, iBasis said. Through the interconnection with iBasis, Pakistan residents, at home and abroad, can benefit from the lower costs of VoIP while receiving toll-quality international service.

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