How many tariff plans can you offer your clients now? How do you control and assign them to customers?

One of the key parameters when choosing an ISP is the wide range of packages and prices, so your potential customers can find exactly what ideally suits their needs. 

To ensure that, Splynx enables Internet and Voice providers to easily create and manage 5 different types of tariff plans that work with recurring, prepaid, and postpaid billing types.

  • Internet Plans

Internet tariff plans allow providers to set a variety of Internet services and assign them the monthly price and tax percentage, control internet speeds, manage bandwidth usage, and create rules for FUP usage.

  • Voice plans

This option enables service providers to charge clients a monthly fee for Voice services and used for CDR processing

  • Recurring plans

Recurring (custom) tariff plans are used to create unique plans that are important for your business. You can charge customers on a recurring basis for services like IPTV, public IP addresses, or other similar tariffs. 

  • One-Time plans

These tariff plans are used in non-recurring billing to help ISPs easily apply one-time charges for services like the initial connection of customers, call out fees, used materials, etc.

  • Bundles

Bundle tariff plans are used to group Internet, Voice, and Recurring services into one single plan with a common price. 

This allows ISPs to create combined services instead of selling each of the related services individually. For instance, you can sell a package that includes Internet service, VoIP mobile plan, and IP TV service at a single price.


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