Sim banks

SIM-Banks to Terminate Traffic

Today, terminators keep placing SIM-banks in conjunction with the GoIP equipment, a powerful small-sized platform to store, control, and handle about 200 SIM-cards simultaneously via TCP/IP. The device resembles a compact body, a box for storage of SIM-cards, and allows the system to work debugged.

The SIM-bank is usually connected to a SIM-server and gateway. All the equipment is worth installing in different parts of the city and controlling it virtually. At the same time, you can be anywhere in the world. In addition, the device provides remote access to the SIM-cards distribution by operators and profitable rates. Everything takes place remotely and dynamically.

However, the termination can be substantially improved when you connect your SIM-bank to GoAntiFraud to operate virtually the entire VoIP-system. With the SIM-bank you can top up SIM-cards, move them from place to place, create the illusion of a subscriber moving, check the USSD, make calls to favorite numbers, and perform many functions that allow you to skillfully bypass the operator antifraud. Thanks to SIM card fraud, experienced terminators can receive a substantial income.

Moreover, you can carry out a termination using the SIM-bank and a SIM-server without having to move SIM-cards 2-3 times a day. The SIM-server is designed for centralized control and administration, including the switching of data packages with SIM-cards, which are in the SIM-bank. These solutions allow saving costs and terminating the traffic efficiently at the required speed and get a solid profit. GoAntiFraud makes it particularly easy to do.

The anti-sim block system in conjunction with GoAntiFraud allows you to remotely coordinate the operation of VoIP equipment. It provides enhanced features for controlling SIM-cards, automatic control mode and connections associated with the condition and replenishment of accounts, switching them, setting the limit and the time range, creating the GSM band, hot swapping, if necessary, and many other convenient features for termination.

GoVoIP future

With the plethora of technological advancements, such as broadband, and later Wi-Fi, capabilities, the integration of phones, computers, and other devices, and the emergence of Skype as a completely revolutionary model for the way people want their communications to operate, VoIP has become an integral part of the day-to-day lives of many people throughout the world.

Many use VoIP technologies to keep in touch with family members overseas for cheap or even free. Many VoIP services are combined with computer faxing capabilities. Companies use VoIP to conduct work conferences and keep costs down. Skype has become a leading way to speak with someone and see him or her at the same time – something that once was just a technology of the future!

The future of VoIP is a bright one. It simplifies many communications processes, so that phone and ISPs are attracted to VoIP for its lower expenses, and its convenience. It also offers a greater degree of flexibility than other means of communication, because it can be used to communicate to and from just about any device that can receive calls.

The flat rate fees that most VoIP providers use is much lower than the per-minute fees of traditional communications. The call quality is improved greatly due to technological advances – an example of this being that multiple people can attend the same call.

VoIP is now one of the most talked-about technologies in the communications industry. Its growth over just a few decades has been astounding, and there is no telling where it can go from here.

VoIP telephony

VoIP is a revolutionary technology that has the potential to completely rework the world’s phone systems.

Above all else, VoIP is basically a clever “reinvention of the wheel.” In this article, we’ll explore the principles behind VoIP, its applications and the potential of this emerging technology, which will more than likely one day replace the traditional phone system entirely.

The interesting thing about VoIP is that there is not just one way to place a call. There are three different “flavors” of VoIP service in common use today:

  •    ATA — The simplest and most common way is through the use of a device called an ATA (analog telephone adaptor). The ATA allows you to connect a standard phone to your computer or your Internet connection for use with VoIP. The ATA is an analog-to-digital converter. It takes the analog signal from your traditional phone and converts it into digital data for transmission over the Internet. Providers like Vonage and AT&T CallVantage are bundling ATAs free with their service. You simply crack the ATA out of the box, plug the cable from your phone that would normally go in the wall socket into the ATA, and you’re ready to make VoIP calls. Some ATAs may ship with additional software that is loaded onto the host computer to configure it; but in any case, it’s a very straightforward setup.
  •    IP Phones — These specialized phones look just like normal phones with a handset, cradle and buttons. But instead of having the standard RJ-11 phone connectors, IP phones have an RJ-45 Ethernet connector. IP phones connect directly to your router and have all the hardware and software necessary right onboard to handle the IP call. Wi-Fi phones allow subscribing callers to make VoIP calls from any Wi-Fi hot spot.
  •    Computer-to-computer — This is certainly the easiest way to use VoIP. You don’t even have to pay for long-distance calls. There are several companies offering free or very low-cost software that you can use for this type of VoIP. All you need is the software, a microphone, speakers, a sound card and an Internet connection, preferably a fast one like you would get through a cable or DSL modem. Except for your normal monthly ISP fee, there is usually no charge for computer-to-computer calls, no matter the distance.