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Live & Potential traffic available to bellow Ncli routes
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Lightbulb Live & Potential traffic available to bellow Ncli routes
Dear VOIP Partners,
Telecom Business Systems America LLC (TBSAL) is looking for IVR & FAS free stable ncli routes for live & potential retail traffic to bellow destinations urgently. For prompt response contract me via Skype: live:frank_14145

Urgent required ncli routes:

>Senegal Mobile Sentel
>Libya Mobile Almadar
>Sudan Mobile MTN
>Algeria Mobile Wataniya, Orascom & Mobilis
>Congo Mobile Airtel & MTN
>Benin Mobile MTN
>Togo Mobile Togocell
>Guatemala Mobile Comsel
>Honduras Mobile Airtel
>Malawi Mobile
>Philippine Mobile Smart
>Turkey Mobile Turkcell
>Chad Mobile Celtel
>Rwanda Mobile MTN
>Morocco Mobile IAM
>Zimbabwe Mobile Econet
>Gambia Mobile
>Ethiopia Mobile
>Nigeria Mobile MTN
>Kenya Mobile Safaricom

We have flexible payment option and support daily payment as well if required.

Frank Lucas
Head Of International Carrier Sales
TELECOM BUSINESS SYSTEMS AMERICA LLC
Skype: live:frank_14145
Email: frank@bs-americallc.com
Whatsapp: +(1860)-849-7729
18 SCHAEFER ST # 2. BROOKLYN,NY,11207
Website: http://www.bs-americallc.com
12-09-2020 12:59 PM
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