Bulgarian telecoms group Vivacom (formerly Bulgarian Telecommunications Company) has revealed plans to integrate its fixed line and mobile networks for more than 600,000 of its pre-paid and virtual private network (VPN) customers. The telco is employing the services of US-based IT company Hewlett-Packard to effect the plan, the companies said on 1 April without disclosing financial details. According to Vivacom, ‘the integration of our landline and mobile platforms will ensure a more flexible service to our clients as it will be monitored in real time. Simultaneously, we will be able to provide more attractive packages and customised solutions.’ Vivacom director Bernard Moscheni added that the proposed deployment of a next generation intelligent network (NGIN) will allow the telco to control all of its services, including voice, data and messaging.
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