Telecom service provider Orange-GETESA has selected Alepo’s policy and charging control (PCC) to support its fixed and mobile data business in Equatorial Guinea.
Orange Group has customer base of more than 236 million customers at June 30, 2014, including 179 million mobile customers and 16 million fixed broadband customers worldwide.
Ignacio Ela, CTO at Orange-GETESA, said: “We can respond quickly to changing market trends and expand our business in Equatorial Guinea without costly or risky replacements.”
The decision to upgrade to the latest version of Alepo Service Enabler – as part of modernization of its technology network environment — Orange-GETESA will assist the company to offer more competitive business plans for its fixed and mobile data services.
In addition to the upgrade of Alepo Service Enabler to support billing and CRM, Alepo deployed its policy and charging control (PCC) solution to monetize data services across DSL, 2G and 3G networks.
The telecom service provider has also deployed a TR-069 Auto-Configuration Server (ACS) for remote device management.
Alepo’s Online Charging System and PCRF Lite will enable Orange-GETESA to rapidly create and offer differentiated services with the assurance of zero revenue leakage. Orange-GETESA can send automatic alerts to customers via SMS or email whenever they reach a certain data limit or if a plan is about to expire.