Other vendors expect you to pay them for every connected endpoint in your network, calling it a “seat”. At NetSapiens, we see how per-seat pricing is hurting service provider margins by charging them the full price for seats that are either rarely used or have limited features. It doesn’t make sense for something like an intercom, a kitchen phone, or even an end-user’s second device to be considered a seat. This is why NetSapiens has established a more reasonable pricing structure.
NetSapiens allows you to control your margins in order to improve your ROI through concurrent call pricing. With concurrent call pricing, you can have an unlimited amount of devices, users, or phone numbers because you are only charged for the total amount of calls that occur at the same time. This usage-based pricing structure allows you to oversubscribe your network beyond the limitations that are imposed by vendors offering per-seat pricing.