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ALL-locations GPRS Traffic Counter
Posted on 7-Mar-2003 16:44 | Tags Filed under: Software


ALL-locations GPRS Traffic Counter
The GPRS Traffic Counter will save your traffic statistics, and you can export data to your desktop PC and view it graphically and numerically. Also the GPRS Traffic Counter allows you to back up your data. You can view data over different pre-defined periods (day, month or year) or you can view traffic data over a self-defined period. For example, it is very handy to set the start date of the invoice period, so you can be in sync with the invoice of your operator.

ALL-locations GPRS Traffic Counter features:

  • The ability to Monitor different types of connections
  • Warns you when you reach a self-defined amount of traffic
  • Graphical and textual overview of your traffic statistics
  • Measure average connection speed
  • The ability to export data to your desktop PC and view it both graphically and numerically;
  • The possibility to backup your data;
  • Support of numerous billing models, just choose the one you are using and the details will be filled in;
  • Setting the start date of the invoice period, so you can be "in sync" with the invoice of your operator;
  • Very user friendly product activation;
  • A six weeks free trial version, allowing you to test for a full billing period;
  • Free upgrades during one year! This also applies to our existing customers;






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