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Vox introduces innovative VoIP calling packages to Latin America


Vox introduces innovative VoIP calling packages to Latin America
Vox Communications, as a Pervasip Corp.'s owned subsidiary, working in industry of a cloud voice and video telecommunications utilities, applications and services provider, is now delivering on the market fixed priced calling packages to Brazil thru its Android mobile voice solution accessible in Google Play.
The fixed priced packets include mobile telephony calls in Brazil at a price of just 12 cents a minute, therefore much lower than prices from other wireless operators. VoX's CEO , Barry MacCheyne, explained , "We will go on to operate on market of big populations in the U.S. that seek to get a wireless connectivity to their home countries. We are quite sure that we have figured out a vast target audience that will be eager to forward phone calls back home if they are supplied with the capability for cheap calls that have normally not been offered to international customers with cellular phones. Our financial strategy could be attractive when compared to other Internet calling entities like Skype and Vonage and we are delighted to commence rolling out these solutions. We encourage all customers to prevent overpaying when they use a mobile connections in Brazil and deploy the VoX mobile stuff to forward their calls." A VoX customer can subscribe completely on the phone and take a U.S. telephone number staying in the original interface, which delivers the sign up procedures more convenient compared with competitors. The mobile VoIP paid packages for Latin America starts at $11.95 for the 100-minute packet, which is a low cost entrance for a HD reliable VoIP services offering.


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