Altrix Systems Afghanistan

Comtel is a Communications Provider in South Africa
Comtel installs Altrix Converged VoIP PBX Solutions into SME, Corporate,hotel & Call Center environments.

Altrix PBX / Voice functionality includes:

• All traditional PABX functionality
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Comtel Communications specialises in providing complete Voice, Data and Security Systems into Multi-Tenant Developments: including Office Blocks, Business Parks, Shopping Malls and Residential Estates.

Each site requires a server / control room to house the equipment that drives the voice, data and security services for the development. From here, all reticulation is centrally distributed via the network which is defined by the specific topology and based on site survey and mission planning.

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General office

Altrix Systems
Suite G09,Crnr Bosmansdam & Ratanga Rd,Milnerton,
Cape Town
Cape Province ,7441
Afghanistan

Phone: +27 (0) 861 266 83
Phone: +27 (0)215287515
Site: http://www.comtel.co.za/
Contact Person

Dave Couves / MD
Phone: +27 (0) 861 266 83
Phone: +27 (0)215287515
  • A-Z Termination
  • Hosted PBX Service Provider
  • Hosted VoIP billing service provider
  • SIP Billing
  • VoIP Billing Software Provider
  • Voip consulting
  • Voip Termination ISP
  • Wireless Broadband
  • Billing Software
  • Call Center services
  • Call Relay VoIP Solutions
  • Call Routing VoIP Solutions
  • Consultancy Services
  • Hosted PBX
  • Hosted VoIP
  • Installation and Support Services
  • PC to Phone
  • PC to Phone, Phone To PC, Phone To Phone, Project Mangement Services, Termination, Web Call, Web To Phone
  • Project Mangement Services
  • SIP Softswitch & CPE
  • Sip Trunking
  • SIP VoIP Gateway
  • System Integration
  • Termination
  • Virtual PBX
  • Voice and Video Conferencing
  • VoipSwitch
  • Web Call
  • Asterisk
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