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Value-added voice services can now also be paid by Bitcoin

By 8 September 2021No Comments

First Telecom, Germany’s leading network operator of 0900, 118 and short numbers, now also enables billing (of users) via cryptocurrency Bitcoin and Lightning.

In addition to the established payment for value-added voice services via 0900, 118 or short numbers, this can now also be done via Bitcoin.
As with the classic procedures, the caller does not have to provide personal data like name or address in order to be able to access a service. The integrated solution from First Telecom enables simple billing through the caller wallet with just a few clicks.
With this solution, providers still can concentrate on promoting their services. First Telecom manages the callers with the powerful call control system (ACD) in the cloud.

This means that services can also be offered in countries in which there are no other suitable billing options for value-added voice services.

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