What is WebRTC?

WebRTC is an attractive opportunity for VoIP providers and resellers to offer prepaid and postpaid calling.What is WebRTC?  Web Real-Time Communication (WebRTC) is an attractive growth opportunity for VoIP service providers to offer calling directly from the end user’s web browser, without needing a phone.

WebRTC starts with a web-based softphone.  Calls can be placed peer-to-peer, as well as both “to and from” the PSTN.  As long as the browser can support WebRTC and has an internet connection, web-based calling can be done from both desktop and mobile devices, without installing any special software or apps.  The web-based softphone can be launched by clicking a URL or icon.  Just click, dial, and go!

This not only creates attractive opportunities for end users, but also for businesses who can profit from “click-to-call” capabilities that connect their website visitors to a sales or support agent.  Website visitors can easily initiate a WebRTC call to learn more about a product they see online, without leaving the company’s webpage.

How big could the WebRTC market get?  A recent report from MarketWatch cited the huge growth opportunity for WebRTC. The global WebRTC market is expected to reach $4.45 Billion by 2020, at a CAGR of 50.9% from 2015 to 2020.

With Telinta’s brandable WebRTC solution for VoIP service providers, you can provide both prepaid and post-paid VoIP calling via our brandable multi-language self-serve WebRTC portals.  You can use your own providers for VoIP Termination and DIDs, set your own prices, offer subscriptions and promos, accept credit cards and PayPal, and more.  You can offer attractive features such as voicemail and messaging, a prepaid balance indicator and online recharge, phone book for easy speed-dial, and call history.  We even let you try WebRTC for free, via our online demo.

WebRTC is fully integrated with Telinta’s robust portfolio of VoIP solutions, so that you can offer WebRTC as a stand-alone service or as part of a bundle of services.

Want to learn more about WebRTC? Contact us today.