Bundles & Bundle Pricing

Telnyx Bundle Pricing

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Written by Dillin
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Introduction to Bundles

Calling bundles are perfect for Operator Connect and Zoom Phone users who want to manage their telephony bills on a per-seat basis. Each plan includes a US local number and E911 so your users stay connected and compliant.

Choose between a low-cost pay-as-you-go bundle or a standard bundle with minutes included depending on what best suits your business needs.

Our basic bundle includes a US DID and E911. Calls associated with basic bundles will be charged on a pay-as-you-go basis.

Our standard bundle starts includes a US DID, E911 and 1000 minutes of PSTN calling.

  • On-net calls (calls within our network) will be deducted from your bundle minutes.

  • Programmed voice calls are not deducted from your bundle minutes and will be charged separately.

  • Premium numbers cannot be included in bundles at this time.

  • Calls billed as pay-as-you-go use the Bundles rate-deck that’s available for download on the Pricing page

How do I get started with bundles?

You can purchase bundles by logging into your Mission Control Portal account and navigating to the Bundles section on the left-side navigation.

From here follow these simple steps:

  1. Choose to add either basic or standard bundle to your cart.

  2. Navigate to the Search and Buy numbers tab to find your number. Then, navigate to your Cart in the top right corner to assign the number to your bundle.

    1. Note: Bundles are currently only available to Operator Connect and Zoom Phone users, and only include US numbers and US calls at this moment in time but we are working on expanding the offer - contact sales@telnyx.com for more information.

  3. Place your number order.

  4. Navigate to the External Voice Integrations section located under the Voice tab on the left-side menu.

  5. Associate your new bundle number to your chosen External Voice Integration.

And you’re ready to make calls using bundles!

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