World VoIP NewsVox Communications plans to expand VoIP services to African market Vox Communications plans to expand VoIP services to African market

Vox Communications plans to expand VoIP services to African market


Vox Communications plans to expand VoIP services to African market
Enterprise Vox Communications has forwarded the first actions towards an agreement between Trust Pay and Emoni by submitted a letter of intent to the organizations to empower Vox Communications to distribute its VoIP application designed for smartphones within the African continent. The meaning of letter of intent in this particular case to be a document outlining an agreement amongst two or even more parties before the official agreement is completed.
Many provisional letters of intent are almost presented as the already written contracts, but are not binding in a regular mode. They are designed to launch communications and negotiations between all the parties involved in a process. Trust Pay and Emoni are organizations that normally are committed and specialize in applications that make users to forward purchases directly from their mobile devices. Trust Pay CEO Sean D Conde said the creating an alliance between Trust Pay and Vox Communications has massive mutual advantages. “Our partnership with Vox Communications will be an excellent alliance as we will have a mutual platform that no other applications can really match. The VoIP application, with its innovative technology and easy to use payment integration is the appropriate mixture of high quality voice and video combined with low international rates and text messaging is the future of making calls,” explained Conde. Times are still extremely challenging for businesses and many enterprises are trying to cut communications expenses wherever possible. One of the biggest costs for a company is its overhead, which normally contains both technology and phone usage. Companies have commenced a general concept to transit their backups and software to the cloud because of its minimal maintenance and unlimited accessibility to all workers in premises or at home. Companies have also been reaching out to organizations such as Trust Pay or other telecommunication enterprises to create a universal solution to the high communication costs. Barry MacCheyne, CMO at Vox Communications, said working with Trust Pay would enable his company to grow up into new markets. “We are delighted to work with the industry leader in Mobile Wallet to commence and market our mobile VoIP application starting in South Africa and moving up into the African Continent,” said MacCheyne. “Our international calling functionalities and ample network capabilities allow us the opportunity to partner with corporate class companies like Trust Pay.” Vox Communications, Trust Pay, and Emoni still need to review the letter of intent, finish negotiations, and complete a last agreement before the integration between the companies will be official.


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