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TelstraClear purchase calling card platform

05 March 2008

TelstraClear purchase calling card platform

TelstraClear has purchased the Express pre-paid calling platform from previous outsourced supplier Argent Networks.

TelstraClear currently uses the Express platform to supply their extensive calling card services.

TelstraClear Head of Consumer Markets Steve Jackson, says securing the platform further consolidates TelstraClear’s position in the market, and enables them to seek further opportunities.

“With more than 800,000 calling card customers in New Zealand, TelstraClear is one of the leading players in the $50m industry.”

“The Express platform already sits on our network, so it’s business as usual for us.  Customers can rest assured that TelstraClear now controls the entire customer experience.   This move gives us full end to end control of the service and flexibility around offerings.”

TelstraClear offers a large range of pre-paid calling cards for national, mobile and international calling.  The range includes TalkPlus Global, PacificTalk, TalkTalk, Cheap Chat and e-Phone.

For more information on TelstraClear’s calling card offerings, check .


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