Working with World Telecom Labs

World Telecom Labs solutions have been deployed in networks across the world, delivering reliable, innovative services to millions of subscribers every day. Here’s a small selection of our global customer base:

  • Astrium
  • Telenor Group
  • Breeze
  • CCN
  • Mobilkom
  • Interconnect
  • Zamir
  • Exchange
  • Maroc
  • Roshan
  • Sure

    Our Case Studies

    • Amotel – how an innovative MVNO together with WTL brought connectivity to remote Tanzania

      The MVNO model provides an opportunity for innovative players to enter mobile markets without the cost of deploying a full mobile network or paying for spectrum licenses. MNOs benefit by capitalising on their assets and maximising their returns from sunk costs, while MVNOs can reach new customers and target under-served niches...

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    • Leading Nigerian Clearing House Expands WTL Platform

      Deregulation of the Telecommunication industry in Nigeria came with the usual problems of a multi operator scenario, namely, physical interconnectivity and settlement of the accompanying charges. Interconnect Clearing House Nigeria (ICN) was licensed by the Nigeria Communications Commission (NCC) to provide...

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    • WTL is a key component in Nigerian Number Portability

      The Nigerian mobile space has grown to be the biggest in Africa ranked by the subscriber base and revenue and remains attractive despite the high cost of doing business. There are 4 major and many minor operators currently licensed and active. The Nigerian Communications Commission (NCC) originally set the date for...

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    • Xplorium covers the globe with WTL’s SoIP Gateway

      Xplorium is one of the biggest international wholesale VoIP carriers, with a significant international presence: Europe, the United States, the Middle East, Latin America and Africa. One of the company’s specialities is carrying the international traffic of GSM operators in addition to many other varied retails services...

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    • WTL helps to deliver satellite-based telephone services and internet access

      The Moroccan national telecommunications regulatory authority has initiated a ‘Universal Access’ project to improve availability of internet and telephony services for the whole population regardless of location. For the more remote locations that are situated beyond the range of terrestrial networks a satellite-based...

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    • Bandwidth saving for Tunisian call centres

      The client offers call centre services for the French speaking market. Customers include one of the leading French clothing catalogues. To take advantage of lower wage costs and other reduced overheads, part of the business is located in Tunisia. Unfortunately this business had become a victim of its own success...

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    • East Meets West: New VoIP operator signs for WTL’s SoIP Gateway

      Dialost is a fast growing VoIP operator with offices in Amsterdam, Berlin and Moscow. The company specialises in collecting and terminating VoIP and TDM traffic between European and former Soviet Union countries. In the past this has been done with an infrastructure based on a Mera SoftSwitch and Cisco. To continue...

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    • STM-1 Gateways with new Nigerian Clearing House

      Breeze Micro Ltd is a NCC-licensed Interconnect Exchange operator based in Abuja, Nigeria. This is a start-up activity with the advantage of being able to source the very latest equipment on which to base their new business. With a very demanding set of technical and operational requirements and against tough...

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    • The Challenge of Delivering Consistent Service Quality for VoLTE Interconnection

      As in many markets, the arrival of VoLTE in Nigeria is accelerating the adoption of VoIP. This is because VoLTE is an all-IP service and, with a growing number of VoLTE capable devices entering the market, it puts VoIP connections directly into the hands of users, allowing more people than ever before to access...

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