Unifiedcomms deploys Roamer Greeting SMS, Missed Call Notification & Dynamic Voice Mail services for mobile network operator in Bahrain

MALAYSIA, May 2013 Unified Communications Pte Ltd (“Unifiedcomms”), a leading application service provider for mobile network operators, has announced the deployment of its UniROAM and UniVOICE platforms and the enablement of Roamer Greeting SMS, Missed Call Notification and Dynamic Voice Mail application services for a mobile network operator in Bahrain.

The project was intended as a replacement for the operator’s old roaming service, missed call alerts and voice mail systems.

Unifiedcomms’ Roamer Greeting SMS application service is targeted at inbound roaming subscribers who roam into the operator’s network. The application enables these subscribers to receive a Welcome / Greeting SMS to introduce the operator and its services. The Missed Call Notification application service sends an SMS notification to subscribers summarising their missed call details whenever their mobile phone was unreachable. The Dynamic Voice Mail application service is simplified voice mail service which does not require complicated mailbox setup by subscribers and economises on system resources required to make available voicemail functionality to all subscribers of the operator.

Overall, the implementation of these services resulted in more streamlined systems and reduced cost of maintenance for the operator.


About Unifiedcomms

Established in 1998, Unifiedcomms is a leading application service provider with over 15 years of proven experience in managed application services, utility-driven value-added-services, and telecoms-grade platforms. Our application services and systems address more than 500 million subscribers of 32 mobile network operators in 15 countries across South East Asia, South Asia, the Middle East and Africa.

Unifiedcomms has over 180 staff at offices in Malaysia, Singapore, Vietnam, Pakistan and India, and is a subsidiary of Singapore Exchange-listed Captii Limited (SGX:U18). For more information, visit www.unifiedcomms.com.

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