Truphone isn’t focused on internal, in-country markets, but rather on the external, global market. Based on advanced technology and patented innovations, our pioneering network can transform how you communicate with all your contacts, both home and away.
Traditional operators provide customers one point of presence (POP). This means all usage for that customer has to go through that single point, regardless of where they are physically. A German customer in the US cannot have their usage sent through the US POP, for example – all usage has to travel to the German POP, then back to the customer in the US.
Truphone is different because it operates six POPs which together create a global network. Usage routes to the geographically nearest POP rather than a single pre-designated POP, meaning Truphone offers faster data, better call quality and reduced cost in many circumstances, avoiding high traffic areas or other issues (e.g. conflict and act of god). Additionally, if one POP goes down, customers can still be served via the others. The decentralised infrastructure makes the network more resilient to faults.
If a disaster wipes out the LA POP, for example, US customers are still served by the New York POP.
Specific technical benefits of Truphone’s approach over other networks include:
Improved call quality, with no echoes or fading calls Improved network quality control, with better service management Improved signal resilience, with each Zone country connected to at least two POPs
Truphone’s approach also allows a better data experience. Using POPs that are physically closer to the user eliminates latency to the point that Truphone can reach speeds of up to 20MB/s, compared to other operator speeds of just 3MB/s.
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So now we are in bundles in 66 countries
While the Truphone Zone - with its seamless local presence and in-country phone numbers - still includes 8 countries, an additional 58 nations are included within Truphone World packages. This allows customers to call, surf, download and text between any of these 66 countries, while using their monthly package allotments. Any time a customer is physically located within the eight Truphone Zone countries, all inbound phone calls, from anywhere in the world, are free. When new customers purchase Truphone plans, the 66 Truphone World countries are automatically included in their bundles. Truphone World countries are also included in plans for Truphone non-legacy customers. Legacy customers will have to upgrade in order to receive the benefit of Truphone World. Truphone World allows customers who are physically located in any of the 66 countries to use their voice, data and texting bundle when contacting another of these countries. Talk, text, surf and download from more destinations worldwide
Truphone is a new approach to global communication – a single, unified network.
Global approach – the way telecoms should have been from the start; consistent and seamless Unified infrastructure allows unique features, such as The Truphone Zone Overcome limitations imposed by traditional networks
Does not require new hardware or training – your phone is the same in every regard.
But now we need to talk about the more interesting dimensions
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And if your Japanese then you also have SKY. Or otherworldliness…
So, who cares about voice? If I care about coverage and user experience, then I care about LTE. For High-def voice we need LTE. Coverage and user experience vs lack of spectrum No trying to solve spectrum crunch now
Machines cannot be creative because ONLY HUMANS can grasp the unseen, unknown, the complexity behind “rules”.
Why rules might exist, the societal or contemporary context, the capability to BEND those rules, or the rationale to break them. Or ALL of these thoughts or considerations at the same time.
As rules-based machines, computers are incapable of seeing beyond the computational construct.
They are not creative.
The Services Vision of a Global MVNO / Online Service Provider (OSP), James Tagg, Truphone
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