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We, at Plivo, make it easier for businesses and software developers to use cloud-powered Voice and SMS communications. We offer HTTP APIs that let you can build Voice and SMS applications or integrate such capabilities into your web or mobile application in any web standard language. We simplify the notorious complexity of the telephony business into a simple infrastructure service for you: we take care of everything from carriers contracts to call quality and messaging deliverability to technical support.
The Contactive Identity Platform is the core of our service and powers things like our CallerID and CalendarID mobile apps. Our API allows you to get rich profile information for phone numbers and email address and then show that information in your app. In other words you can use our API to get public available information associated to a telephone numbers. You can use our API to: -Fill incomplete profiles. -Verify identities. -Create trust rankings based on the available information. -Augment contact information in your app. -Much more. For full documentation and overview of the API please go to: http://developer.contactive.com
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Telstra Corporation Limited is an Australian telecommunications company which builds and operates telecommunications networks and markets voice, mobile, internet access, pay television and other products and services. Australia's telecommunications services were originally controlled by the Postmaster-General's Department (PMG), formed in 1901 as a result of Australian Federation. Prior to 1901, telecommunications were administered by each colony. In 2006, T3 was announced by the government and was the largest of the three public releases, reducing the government's ownership of Telstra to 17%. On 14 December 2014 it was announced that in a A$11b renegotiated deal Telstra will transfer ownership of its copper and hybrid fibre-coaxial (HFC) networks to NBN while disconnecting premises from these networks. In October 2013, Telstra announced that it had grown its Live Chat workforce to 600 and its social media workforce to 30. It was not a result of Telstra failing to have reasonable steps in place to protect the personal information of its customers, as required by the Privacy Act."