Telenor Introduces My Source

Wednesday, November 09, 2005
Telenor Satellite Services, a subsidiary of Telenor of Norway launched My Source, a new online account management tool giving Telenor users more control of their satellite communications budget. The new tool offers customers of Telenor Service Providers using Telenor's satellite products and services a full range of service management capabilities. My Source enables users to manage the use of satellite terminals and phones, select prepaid plans, automatically reload prepaid cards, and accurately view current call data. My Source also features Web Dial, which allows users to set up calls to anywhere in the world via the Internet. Web Dial permits users to manage a list or group of numbers that are accessed via an Internet browser to establish individual or conference calls. Also, because calls are routed through a Telenor global teleport, there is no special international access dialing required. My Source can also be custom branded with a company's name and logo, so Telenor Service Providers have the option of promoting the look and feel of their own brand and image with their customers accessing this tool.
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