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How many concurrent calls can Single Channel support?

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I see the price for Integrated Notification System (Single channel) is $127 for this IVR:

http://www.mawnet.com/0006en.php

How many concurent calls can that support?

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newbieweb
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A single channel only supports one call at a time.
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That's what I was afraid of. Thanks.
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