Tunisian national operator Tunisie Telecom, and mobile transaction platform Telepin have announced the signing of a partnership agreement for the launch of the converged charging system for Tunisie Telecom’s customers.
The main objective of this partnership is to migrate Tunisie Telecom’s charging system, currently distributed among several suppliers, to Telepin’s unified converged charging platform.
This transition, says Telepin, promises to offer a better customer experience by providing a consolidated and more secure solution for mobile and landline top-ups.
Telepin says its platform is designed to meet all of Tunisie Telecom’s charging needs. From the migration of legacy vouchers to the generation of on-demand e-vouchers, the system ensures a smooth transition and an improved user experience for Tunisie Telecom’s large customer base.
In fact Tunisie Telecom has more than six million subscribers, including both companies and individuals, to whom it offers a wide range of services in the field of fixed and mobile telecommunications, data centres, cloud, IoT and managed security.
Headquartered in Ottawa, Canada, with a regional presence in the Middle East, the UK, Tanzania, and Tunisia, Telepin serves leading operators in the Middle East, Africa, Asia and the Americas.
Telepin says it has the capability to deliver, install, and commission, including the necessary integration with third-party systems such as banks, billers, merchants and agents. Its ties with Tunisie Telecom began in 2007.