O-Tel Telecom, Licensed National Telecom Service Provider, has partnered with OJO Africa to offer terrestrial video calling, a first in South Africa.

O-Tel’s Video Calling service was launched over breakfast and lunch on 3rd November in Sandton, hosted by OJO Africa, part of the Blue Label Group.
Mariano Bruni, Managing Director of OJO Africa gave an informative presentation.

Mr Bruni comments: “Experience a real, true-to-life video connection with the OJO Vision Digital Video Phone giving you the power to stay in touch with the important people in your life, face-to face, no matter where they are.”

The video calling service is designed to eliminate the barriers to connect customers, suppliers and partners, enabling business to business communications anytime, anywhere. Supported by OJO’s leading Video Phone, and O-Tel’s industry leading infrastructure, users will be empowered with an always on, always available fully supported video calling solution.

As a carrier grade commercial service, O-Tel now offers a stable and functioning video calling compared to the free American based options. Latency, lag and video quality is optimal with a local broadband connection to O-Tel’s local data center. The service supports all connectivity and allows multiple participants to connect from any location in the world using all forms of video, web and telephony.

“O-Tel Video Calling is a secure, scalable reservationless video communications solution that is competitively priced and offers predictable monthly costs,” said Mohammad Patel, CEO of O-Tel Telecom.  “Designed to work on O-Tel’s 1Cloud Hosted PBX South African platform simply re-affirms the service to be South Africa’s most innovative and leading Hosted PBX solution. “

O-Tel plans to offer an introductory promotion where no extra charge will be applicable to Video Calling. The telephones can be obtainable from OJO, or your nearest O-Tel Telecom partner.