Press Release Summary:
Worldwide VoIP Trunk service enables call centers to obtain local phone numbers from 50 countries and share capacity for all these numbers using one common trunk. It delivers call origination and provides global infrastructure that promotes expansion to international markets. Using direct inbound dial or virtual numbers, users can receive locally dialed phone calls from 50 countries and 1,400 major cities, worldwide, without needing to provision T1 in each country or per-minute fees.
Original Press Release:
New Voxbone Service Lets Call Centers Obtain DID Numbers from 50 Countries and Share Capacity for All Using Single Trunk
Worldwide VoIP Trunk Eliminates Need to Provision T1s in Each Country; Enables Customers to Manage Allocated Capacity Using Web Portal
BOSTON, Sept. 11, 2006 - Voxbone, a leading provider of international VoIP origination services to carriers, ITSPs, calling card operators, call centers and other businesses around the world, today announced here at Fall 2006 VON its new Worldwide VoIP Trunk, a service that enables call centers to obtain local phone numbers (DID numbers) from 50 countries and share the capacity for all these numbers using one common trunk.
Voxbone leases international VoIP virtual phone numbers and worldwide origination services via VoIP to organizations in North and South America, Europe and Asia/Pacific regions. It delivers high-quality call origination and provides the global infrastructure that enables its customers to expand to international markets quickly and efficiently. Using either direct inbound dial (DID) or virtual numbers from Voxbone, for example, customers may receive inexpensive, locally dialed phone calls from 50 countries and 1,400 major cities throughout the world.
According to Rodrigue Ullens, co-founder of Voxbone, "With Voxbone's new Worldwide VoIP Trunk service, there is no need to provision a T1 in each country or have any expertise in TDM; plus there are no per-minute fees. Using our Web portal, customers can completely manage the capacity allocated to each of their local numbers."
Customers can upgrade the capacity allocated to a specific number at any time. For example, a call center based in India might need a local number from New York, London, Sydney and Auckland, New Zealand, and wish for all incoming calls to be forwarded via SIP to the office in India. If the call center wants each of the local numbers to support 20 concurrent calls, it can simply order a trunk supporting 20 or 30 concurrent calls, and then share the capacity among all countries that it needs. It can then manage that capacity using Voxbone's Web portal.
The Worldwide VoIP Trunk service is available immediately from Voxbone for approximately $20 per month per concurrent call or $480 per month per worldwide virtual T1. Attendees at Fall 2006 VON can obtain more information by stopping by booth #962. For additional information, please go to www.voxbone.com.
About Voxbone (www.voxbone.com)
Headquartered in Brussels, Belgium, Voxbone provides worldwide virtual phone numbers and offers a VoIP backbone distributed around two main POPs located in Brussels and New York. The switchless architecture of the Voxbone network enables customers to realize the benefits of IP communications by rapidly deploying new services with local presence and simultaneously reducing costs. Among its carrier, Internet telephony service provider (ITSP), calling card operator, call center and other customers are Net2phone and Cordia Corp.
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George Cohen Communications