Value-added services

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Value-added services, also known as VAS, refers to the various 'services' or 'products' that a service provider can provision to its subscribers over and above the core phone call capabilities. Examples of value-added services include the following:

TelcoBridges and value-added services

TelcoBridges hardware and software products support the development and delivery of value-added services to subscribers. While many of them can be provisioned via the Tmedia family of products, with their on-board application hosts, the Tdev family of devices, such as the TMP6400 and the TMP800 are the real workhorses when it comes to delivering advanced value-added services that tie together subscriber-specific information, multimedia content and other real-time information.

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