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24
Jul

API Service

In SipCel we try to make our customers life easier, rather with the Customer Selfservice portal, and offering now the Open Application Programming Interface (API) Service. With this API service you can get implement simple code, wherever in your own applications to get your current live balance, see your last call billed cost, or easily …

2
Dec

US& Canada Flat Rate Bonus

In SipCel, and upon our customers requests, and the market requirements, we just lanced our first Flat Rate Bonus for the US& Canada Telecommunications. Monthly brute Flat Rate: 19.9 USD Specifications: A flat rate Bonus for all over US& Canadian Continental destinations without discrimination fix and mobiles phones, without any limitation, or any further limit, …

2
Dec

X-Lite

X-Lite is one of the must know, common, and extended softphones to use over PC, Linux, and Mac computers. It offer only SIP service, and provide high quality service redundancy for PC phone dealers, and incoming calls only. To Install the xLite softphone; We first need to download it, you may use the free version …

28
Nov

Network Update

Release Note. February 2014 We’re proud to communicate you the implementation of new Updates& Upgrades in our network to perform better QoS. This updates, may be resumed with the following: Nat service availability, all over customers are suported if they face NAT in there devices; Service improvement for mobile devices under 3G network with more …

24
Nov

Setup external Virtual Pbx

 A Private Branch Exchange is one of the must commonly used by Business users, to route and manage incoming, and outgoing calls into a business call system. The purpose to use a PBX is: Handle an Interactive Voice Response, IVR system, to welcome incoming calls, and handle them into an interactive channelization into the business …

22
Nov

TCP or UDP

In SipCel, as an open mind business, we’re just open to offer the service under all possible modalities, thereof we provide the service over tow different type of transport protocol, TCP, and UDP. The common question, is what to choice, and where is the difference. Here, before going ahead, let’s understand the TCP is referring …

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