Türk Telekom International signs up for RTX Partner Program
London – August 7th, 2014 –RTX, the carrier exchange platform, today announced thatTürk Telekom International, the international wholesale business of the Türk Telekom Group, the leading communication and convergence technology operator in Turkey, is the latest global operator to join the RTX Partner Program.
The RTX Partner Program supports in-house wholesale activities for and between Telcos, enabling carriers to enter into mutually beneficial capacity exchange agreements in a robust and financially secure environment backed by major international banking institutions.
Richard Brindley, Director of International Wholesale Voice at Türk Telekom International commented: “The scale of the Türk Telekom Group and its operating companies is huge, offering fixed access lines, broadband connections and mobile subscriptions throughout Turkey and abroad. Being part of RTX’s Partner Program provides us with a secure online platform to conduct an additional area of in-house voice services to complement our existing international voice business. It creates a safe environment to exchange traffic with quality assurance and financial security for both Türk Telekom International and its customers.
“By using the program we now have access to thousands of global operators enabling us to enter new markets and formulate relationships that would not have been previously possible,” Brindley finished.
“Through our Partner Program platform, RTX has become the industry standard for the global wholesale market allowing global tier 1 operators to utilise the platform as a support mechanism for their own in-house revenue generating activities and services,” added Miles Esfahani, Director Partner Program, RTX.
Andrew Jacobs, Sales Director at RTX concluded: “With Türk Telekom International joining the platform it is a huge stamp of approval for us. With yet another large operator becoming part of the programusing the single VoIP interconnect, the benefits RTX is now capable of bringing to the industry’s very biggest players (around capacity exchange agreements in a financially secure environment) are plain for all to see.”
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