Founded by two telecommunications veterans in 2018, Atheral is building customer-centric white- label and wholesale cloud solutions for Internet Service Providers that decrease end-user churn and increase profitability while being geo-redundant, highly available, and scalable. We focus on redefining technology in the cloud to minimize capital expenses while providing a predictable operating cost.
Atheral’s core white-label Voice over Internet Protocol (VoIP) platform is simple, flexible, and feature- rich with unique US-based support resources. Atheral is the only white-label VoIP wholesaler that focuses on WISPs while providing a customized branded experience for their end-users. Pricing, just like our platform, is feature-rich and straightforward:
- Unlimited local and long-distance calling in the United States, Mexico, and Canada
- One telephone number per user and e911 registration
- Branded customer-facing documentation
- 140+ Softswitch features
- Our companion Android and IOS softphone app
Why should a WISP care about VoIP?
- Government Funded Competition – Offering VoIP with your awesome broadband experience protects your ISP from being overbuilt by government-funded competitors or enables you to apply for government funding to expand your coverage area.
- Customer Stickiness – Customers that purchase value-added services are more likely to stay customers, especially when they are satisfied with those services.
- High Margin – While phone service in the home may be declining, VoIP is growing by leaps and bounds in the business community with the VoIP industry seeing ~21% annual growth through 2025. All those added users equal high margin for you – the average VoIP reseller sees margins in the 40%-65% range.
Four Maryland teenagers sneaked onto their school’s property the night before graduation last year and covered it in racist, homophobic and anti-Semitic graffiti.
The Washington Post described how they got caught in a Tuesday story . It says they covered their faces during the hate crime, but didn’t realize their cellphones automatically connected to Glenelg High School’s Wi-Fi under their individual student IDs. Seth Taylor, Tyler Curtiss, Joshua Shaffer and Matthew Lipp were soon arrested.