Cloud-based voice and video communication solutions, apps and services provider Vox Communications has teamed up with P2PCash to enable the mobile financial service provider to access its robust VoIP platform.
Customers can sign up for BitMinutes from P2PCash, which can be used to make inexpensive phone calls in the United States and Canada through a 800 number provided by Vox's VoIP service. These calls can be made from either mobile or landlines.
"We believe in the concept of BitMinutes," Mark Richards, chief information officer for Vox Communications, said in a statement. "This new contract with P2P adds to our continued efforts to partner with multiple mobile wallet companies and find creative ways to bring customers to our VoIP platform."
Unlike other concepts that are geared toward individuals with specific types of devices, BitMinutes will be beneficial to everyone that has a phone.
"In this particular instance, the target audience is not an Android app user or an iPhone (News - Alert) app user," Richards added. "Instead, it is everyone with a landline or mobile phone that wants to save money on the calling rates offered by their incumbent carrier, whether it be a wireless carrier, cable company or other VoIP company."
P2PCash looks forward to working with Vox Communications.
"We have found that the VoX platform offers significant flexibility and superb voice quality," Tom Meredith, president and CEO of P2PCash stated. "We believe it will be a great fit with our innovative marketing techniques that include sweepstakes and gaming, so that we can attract a variety of subscribers to VoX, who ordinarily may not notice all the money they can save by using the VoX VoIP service. We are also pleased to note that we believe we will work with VoX, at a later date, with various avenues of enhanced content, which will help us to attract additional customers to the VoX network."
In related news, Vox Communications recently added free video calling to its VoIP calling application for Android (News - Alert) devices.
Edited by Jamie Epstein
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