TerraSip extends the functionality of its toll-free Click to Call button

By: Terrasip

Press Release

Estepona, 31. Juli 2006

Since the launch of its new Click to Call product 4 weeks ago TerraSip has already received positive feedback from its modern-thinking customers. More than 800 customer installations on various websites and company lists within one month has given the developers from TerraSip the motivation to embark on some major improvements to the service

A variety of designs as copy + paste code:
Customers can choose from a wide range of different Button designs. Each design contains a predefined Button in HTML code which can be integrated into an existing page using copy + paste.

Online / Offline Status Display:
A status indicator shows the web page visitor whether the Click to Call Button is presently online or offline. This status can be set interactively on the respective webpage either manually or automatically. The new timer can be used to determine when somebody will be able to receive the call by setting precise “opening hours” per every day of the week. This defined availability controls the status display on the web page. On the other hand, one can interrupt the timer at any time and activate or deactivate the status display manually. Also, incoming calls can be diverted to a mobile phone.

Minute Price Limitation
A new setting makes it easy to keep costs under control. The button owner can determine the maximum cost per minute of incoming calls and in this way limit the countries or continents from which he wishes to receive customer calls. For instance, if he has chosen the Europe tariff of 1.4 cents per minute and sets this as his limit, he can receive calls from throughout Europe – although only from land lines. By choosing the low cost Germany tariff of 1.0 cents per minute as well as setting this as his limit he can receive calls from land lines throughout Germany.

The Click to Call Button is a “call me back” button for websites + directories:
When a customer enters his own telephone number and confirms it a return call from the button owner is triggered. Just as with conventional toll-free calls, the Click to Call Button is free of charge to the customer. And the button owner only pays TerraSip’s inexpensive VoIP rate, e.g. 1 cent per minute for Germany or 1.4 cents for the whole of Europe.

The product is designed for website operators, especially for small or large classified indexes on the web, for tourist and visitor information sites, company registers, hotel and travel registers etc. Using a special software package, providers of such services can administer all their advertising customers’ entries centrally. It is even possible for the provider to set his own prices per minute and charge these to his advertisers separately.

Information about the Provider TerraSip
TerraSip is a young, internationally oriented company operating throughout the globe. It offers free internet telephony for TerraSip community members using international SIP standards. Calls into other networks are charged at especially reasonable rates, whereby users can take advantage of 56 country-specific special prices, so that the majority can further optimise their telephone costs. Membership of the TerraSip community is free.
TerraSip’s main orientation at present is in the direction of mobile internet telephony: Voice over WLAN or VoWLAN for short. TerraSip recently launched a pilot project in Germany and Austria together with two WiFi network providers with the aim of testing mobile internet telephony in the German speaking region.

TerraSip S.A.,
Avenida Espana 70,
29680 Estepona,
Tel: +34 636982416
E-Mail: [email protected]
Web: www.terrasip.com

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