Ericsson provide flexible platform to Libya’s Al-Madar with convergent charging and billing solution

Ericsson is to provide Al-Madar Al-Jadid, Libya’s leading mobile operator with a convergent charging and billing solution that will enable its
mobile subscribers to enjoy benefits such as flexible tariffs and full
control of costs, bonuses and rewards. Ericsson will also supply
related systems integration services.
Abdulkhalek Ashuor, General Manager of Al-Madar
Al-Jadid, says: "We’ve worked with Ericsson since 1995 and we trust
that their competence in the revenue-management area and experience of
delivering complex convergent charging and billing projects will allow
us to enhance our service offering to our customers at an efficient
cost and with faster time to market. We are looking forward to
introducing this new and flexible platform".
Rafiah Ibrahim, President of Ericsson in Northern
Africa, says: "Ericsson’s innovative solution enables service providers
to control their revenue streams. Millions of subscribers are charged
and billed through our solutions and now we are delighted that Libyan
users will benefit as well."
Through this convergent charging and billing
solution, the operator is able to offer seamless services across all
end-user segments, something that was not possible with previous
billing systems.
The solution provides a single revenue management
solution for all subscribers and services and includes key features
such as discount and promotion handling, real-time rating,
segmentation, pricing and promotions.
For consumers and business users, convergent
charging and billing provides full control over all communications
costs as users have one point of contact and a single invoice for all
their services and gives users access to the services they want
independent of their subscription type, as well as the ability to pay
however they choose. Convergent charging and billing provides end-users
with real-time information on their spending and credit level, so that
they will never spend more than they intend to. End users can also be
kept fully update on their bundled minutes, bonuses and rewards.
This is a one-year contract and Al-Madar Al-Jadid is expected to launch the new services in 2010. 


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