how to start a voip company?

Discussion in 'VOIP' started by entropia, Mar 13, 2005.

  1. entropia

    entropia Guest

    hi all,
    im curious to know how to start a voip company
    since ive big hardware (6 clustered server based on p4 with 800 gb shared
    disk) and id like to use it for this purpose.
    there are some question :
    1- many voip company show the price for local calling and int calling (who
    decide these prices ? based on which cost ?)
    2- it is required to pay telecom for their line ??
    3- how the voip company can gives geographical number?

    can you write pro and bad starting these companies ?
    thank you
    entropia, Mar 13, 2005
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    Pepperoni Guest

    Pepperoni, Mar 13, 2005
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  3. Hey, that's a technology business, you need to polish your skills and,
    or at least basic knowledge on the subject. Try google, and search VoIP
    Tutorial, VoIP Books, VoIP Provisioning, VoIP Softswitch and, or Billing
    one by one.
    Dr Balwinder Singh Dheeman, Mar 13, 2005
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    Ian Guest

    If you need to ask these questions its not the business for you.
    Ian, Mar 13, 2005
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    Lucas Tam Guest

    (Ian) wrote in
    Everyone starts out by asking questions.
    Lucas Tam, Mar 13, 2005
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    dg Guest

    And you know what, asking those questions *now* isn't that bad. The way I
    see it, voip is VERY young and has a LOT of growing to do. In a year or
    two, people might have become sick of the problems that current voip
    providers have and be ready for a new provider. Who will that next provider
    be? Maybe that guy who is asking questions. Then again, maybe the voip
    providers of today will be polished masterpieces in a year or two leaving no
    room for anybody else.

    dg, Mar 15, 2005
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