Telserv acquires operator status in Switzerland
18 March 2014 | Kavit Majithia
Dutch company Telserv has officially acquired operator status in Switzerland.
The operator, which acquired a Swiss interconnection with a full operator licence, is now able to now expand its services, and the company highlighted aims to establish a similar status in other countries in the future.
“For Swiss numbers, there is no intermediary anymore,” said Vincent Peek, CEO of the company. “Our customers can now buy directly from the source. This way we can offer the best conditions to our global customers, meaning better payouts, direct pairing of the numbers and direct billing.”
Telserv said it is now able to directly supply and sell shared-cost numbers, DID numbers, toll-free numbers and premium-rate numbers in the country.
“This is a big investment for us,” added Marco Dunhof, CCO and co-owner of Telserv. “We see it as an important step for our future.”
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