How to Accept Credit Cards Payments

Easily accept credit and debit cards for your prepaid and postpaid VoIP services and subscription plans. Need to accept credit card payments for your VoIP business?  As your customers become more and more reliant on credit cards and other forms of electronic payment, this can be a vital part of your business.

We often hear the question “How do I accept credit card payments?” First, you will need a secure and reliable switching and billing platform as the central part of your VoIP business, where you can easily use a variety of third-party services, such as credit card processors.

Credit card processors, also called credit card gateways, are companies who enable you to accept electronic payments from your customers’ credit and debit cards.  There are many credit card processors in various parts of the world for you to choose from.

Credit card payments can be accepted on-demand when your customers purchase prepaid VoIP minutes.  You can also configure your customer accounts to automatically charge predefined credit cards whenever the customer’s prepaid balance falls below a certain amount.  You can easily set both the amount of the recharge, as well as the threshold that triggers the recharge as part of your services.

You can accept payments on a regular basis, such as monthly subscription fees and other charges, automatically billed to your customer’s credit card.

Telinta has dozens of credit card processors integrated into our cloud-based TeliCoreTM softswitch platform.  Once you open an account with a credit card processor, you can easily accept credit card payments for any of the services you offer via TeliCore.

In addition to credit and debit cards, other payment options you and your resellers can offer include PayPal, in-person cash payments, and other options.  With Telinta, you can even accept payments in any currency you need, as many as you need.

Telinta offers comprehensive training and 24/7 live technical support to help you set up credit card payments for your VoIP business.

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