How InstaVoice can Tackle the Problem of “Intermediate Providers” in the Rural Call Completion World?
Aretta is miserable because her father, Abeo, who works in Lagos, eleven hours from their village, has not been receiving calls. She has won a painting competition today, and cannot wait to break the good news to him. However, despite thirteen attempts, Abeo does not return any of his daughter’s calls. A wave of dejection swamps over her and she decides to avoid human contact by climbing the tallest tree behind their house.
It is a busy morning and Lisa is running late for an important meeting with her clients. Traffic jams during rush hours are a nightmare, and the light drizzle is turning into a shower. If only she had left home a little earlier!
In a matter of seconds, torrential rain starts drumming against the roof of her car. The street begins to clog, further delaying the vehicles. Lisa cannot see through the commotion or figure out the source of this jam.
Mohor arrives at the Hong Kong International Airport. He has a 9-hour long layover before the next flight to New York. His initial urge was to find a comfortable spot with good Wi-Fi access. However, he decides to make a quick tour of the city instead.
We all make calls, including missed calls, sometimes when we run low on talk-time and sometimes just to remind the other party. Often, calls do not go through when the called party does not answer, is busy on another call, is off-line or unavailable, actively disconnects the call, or is in a place with bad network coverage.
It is a breezy summer day. Rita is strolling through the cobblestoned streets of Central Amsterdam. A bustling space filled with novel architecture, vibrant shops, whizzing cyclists, alluring canals, and lots of happy faces. No Sunday could get better.
It is nine-thirty in the morning, and Rashid is waiting to board his next flight for a meeting. The two-hour-long layover allows him to revise a presentation he has made for the client. Halfway through refining the slides, a notification distracts him. It is an urgent email from the client. Rashid is surprised to find that today’s meeting requires him to present a customer analysis data. The client’s CEO, an avid data fan, has arrived unannounced and will be joining the meeting.