Airtel deploys Ericsson charging technology

MOBILE WORLD CONGRESS: Airtel deploys Ericsson mobile broadband charging tech
Airtel deploys Ericsson mobile broadband charging, Software


Indian telecoms giant, Bharti Airtel, has deployed Ericsson's mobile broadband charging solution and has modernised its pre-paid solution for the telco's subscribers, across India.

The solution will allow Bharti Airtel to enhance the prepaid customer experience by offering a wider and more attractive range of prepaid services, flexible bundling and real time control of chargeable services.

As a part of the deal, Ericsson's multi service Mobile Broadband Charging (MBC) suite will allow prepaid customers to have personalised profile based data charging plans.

Prepaid customers will be able to customise their data plans across mobility, fixed line and broadband by bundling across multiple domains - 2G, 3G, 4G/LTE & Wi-Fi.

Fredrik Jejdling, head of region India, Ericsson, said: "Data consumption is far more complex than voice and this solution will help Bharti offer enhanced data services to increase flexibility, control and enrich their customer experience."

Jagbir Singh, CTO and director, network services group, Bharti Airtel, said: "With the ever changing customer demands, prepaid customers also demand flexibility in service packages. Bharti Airtel has the world's largest prepaid base, therefore it was imperative to deploy a solution that supports us in meeting the requirements of our prepaid customers."

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