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Intec to supply Convergent Billing to MTNL

MUMBAI: India's largest telecom and internet service providers Mahanagar Telephone Nigam LTD(MTNL), has struck a multi-million dollar deal with Intec, a leading software vendor to carriers operating fixed, mobile and next-generation networks, to supply its convergent billing systems.

Intec supplies billing software solutions to over 60 per cent of the world?s top 100 telecoms carriers and is one of the world?s fastest growing major business and operations support systems vendors( BSS/OSS ).

MTNL has a subscriber base of over 5 million in India. And Intec Convergent Billing (Singl.eView) will form a key part of the carrier?s convergence strategy for rapid penetration and growth via innovative, next generation communications services in India.

?Intec Convergent Billing is a proven solution in many of the world?s largest wireless, fixed, cable and IP carriers, supporting many millions of subscribers in our largest accounts. We?re proud to be selected by MTNL for this important project, in a very competitive tender, and we look forward to supporting its growth and development plans in the Indian market," said Intec CEO Kevin Adams.

Intec Chief Operations Officer, Asia Pacific, Norm Halvorson added, ?Intec is proud to work with MTNL to deliver high quality, leading edge technology, robust performance and the benefits of next generation services to a wider spectrum of the Indian market.?

Intec?s products, solutions and services have been chosen by over 60 per cent of the world?s top 100 carriers. Intec invests heavily in both its core technology and its customer service capabilities on a global basis, including, for example, its expanding technical facilities in India which are delivering and supporting successful OSS/BSS projects to operators in India as well as across the world.

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