Bakrie Telecom – you’ve been Tango’d

13 May 2008

Indonesian fixed wireless operator Bakrie Telecom has installed a short message service centre (SMSC) platform from messaging and real-time charging developer Tango Telecom on its network. Telecomworldwire reports the SMSC was implemented in conjunction with Tango’s flexible next generation iAXT SMS MAX platform, which it claims is capable of providing fast value added SMS services deployment. The solution is designed to store and forward, real-time charging and inter-working between GSM and CDMA networks it said, while iAXT SMS MAX provides anti-spam capabilities and SMS forwarding. The new platform will help Bakrie Telecom introduce revenue-generating VAS quickly to subscribers while protecting the subscriber base from unwanted and malicious spam.

Indonesia, Bakrie Telecom (BTel)