With the iPhone (News - Alert) and iPad becoming ubiquitous, there is a real tussle going on in the mobile app world to develop apps that are architected to react to the demands of an ever changing communications market. In response, Vox Communications, a wholly owned subsidiary of Pervasip Corp., came up with a VoIP app for iOS users.
The mobile VoIP app is an offshoot of enterprise customers and consumers demand that it be made available to Apple devices and is expected to enhance communication services globally, said officials.
With the installation of the VoIP app, iOS users will get a real telephone number and will be able to make free unlimited calls and free instant messaging to other Vox mobile customers and also have access to free voicemail and calling features.
In addition to 60 minutes of free calling to selected countries, users can also record telephone calls while advanced users can even filter incoming calls and access several advanced features.
VoX Communications (News - Alert), a cloud-based voice and video communications solutions, apps and services provider, recently entered the mobile VoIP services and applications arena so that its VoIP can utilize any 3G/4G or WiFi (News - Alert) connection.
While there is no monthly contract required, users need to have a data plan with their mobile device for the calling platform to work.
The latest mobile VoIP app, already available for Android (News - Alert) devices, was a significant step in the company's mission to create and evolve technology to deliver voice and video virally in innovative ways with a global reach.
Testing of the iOS app has already begun and Barry MacCheyne, chief marketing officer at Vox expressed satisfaction at the performance and call quality. He was keen to get the app ready for commercial use and integrate it into the company's back- office system
“We are eager to begin marketing this app to the large audience throughout the world and capitalize on the fast growing number of iOS users," said MacCheyne in conclusion.
TMCnet reported that Pervasip celebrated the 35,000th download of its Vox mobile VoIP app for the Android. “We are excited about the viral success of the application and feel we are adding some key elements to make it even better,” said Barry MacCheyne, chief marketing officer at Vox Communications.
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Edited by Rich Steeves