MUMBAI: My Country Mobile General Trading, the Dubai-based wholesale VoIP termination provider is betting big on India to offer innovative and newer technologies in the telecom sector.
“The company runs its core business operations through Indian partners for more efficient organisational needs such as cost reduction, productivity growth and innovative capabilities,” it said in a statement.
“While the condition for the wholesale voice market might appear grim, the markets like the Middle East and Africa has a huge potential for this business where there is a ban on all applications that provide voice and video communications over the internet,” Akil Patel, Director of Sales, My Country Mobile said.
“A combination of an industry-leading platform, a global interconnected network, and unique international retail distribution has helped My Country Mobile grow over 20% every year for the last five years and we aim to grow in double digits over the next few years,” the executive added.
“We assist companies with a broad range of telecommunications services by implementing effective communication channels; to encourage team collaboration, compliance, and foster premier consumer assistance. We have a secure interface for wholesale minutes, with over twelve billion minutes per month capacity network,” Meraj Syed, CTO, My Country Mobile said.
Syed added that the company’s solutions were easy to implement and manage, which empowers businesses with an immense competitive advantage to meet the growing demand.
My Country mobile offers solutions for all the telecom needs. Its customers include call centres, telecom operators, VoIP (Voice over Internet Protocol) providers, Wi-Fi VoIP, MNO (Mobile Network Operator), and MVNO (Mobile virtual network operator).
The company said that most of the international callers opt for internet-based calling apps like WhatsApp, Facebook Messenger, WeChat and Skype. The global VoIP services The market is expected to touch $140 billion by 2021.