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Zamir establishes Nigeria presence

03 October 2013, 16:37

Lagos - Zamir Telecom has entered a partnership with Nigeria’s Exchange Telecom for the expansion of its wholesale Voice over Internet Protocol calls.

This is part of broader plans to make inroads into major African markets.

Its new partner, Exchange Telecom, is one of Nigeria's six interconnect exchange carriers.

Speaking on the company's expansion plans, Naufal Zamir, Managing Director and founder of Zamir Telecom, said, “Our existing customers and prospects are all experiencing increasing VoIP traffic to Africa and have been asking us to expand our service. The Nigeria deal is the start of our expansion into Africa.  We are a dynamic, fast-growing and ambitious company always looking for gaps in the market – and, most importantly, we are constantly finding innovative ways to provide services which carriers, service providers and the end- consumer need.”

He said that aside the partnership with Exchange Telecoms,  Zamir was now actively seeking other partnerships with PTT, Tier 1, Tier 2 and mobile operators that can offer wholesale A-Z and direct termination in Algeria, Ivory Coast, Egypt, Ghana, Kenya, Morocco, Namibia, Nigeria, South Africa and Zimbabwe.

Established in 2004, Zamir Telecom has a diverse portfolio of innovative products and services in both the B2B and B2C telco markets.

It offers a number of different services like wholesale A-Z and direct termination through its multiple direct interconnects with PTT / Tier
1 / Tier 2 and mobile operators and managed solutions - Managed voice, data and IPLC services with a proven track record in providing white-label managed services to other service providers.

It enables smaller telecom providers to use its switch partitioning facilities to minimise their start-up costs.

This includes enabling resellers / channel partners to offer multiple voice services using Zamir's infrastructure.

Zamir Telecoms has been providing wholesale VoIP services to Asia for a variety of UK and international service providers including BTCL, MTN, Tata and Deutsche Telekom.

– CAJ News


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