VoicePlex LLC, a Maryland-based provider of hosted VoIP service, announced the release of a new Traveler VoIP calling service.
Accompanied by VoicePlex’s new app for the iPhone (News - Alert), iPad and iTouch devices, the Traveler service is designed to operate over a Wi-Fi connection with broadband Internet connectivity. Tailor-made for international travelers and locations where cellular coverage is weak or spotty, the service also works over 3G data connectivity.
Starting at just $9.00 for 100 minutes, the Traveler VoIP service is designed as a short term (1 month - 1 year) service without long term contracts and termination fees. Users can this service from anywhere that has a Wi-Fi network, such as office, hotel or public hotspots. Users can make a call without spending on roaming fees.
“Together our solutions give the international travelers a solution to the high cost of calling back the U.S. while on the road”, said Dan Kosek, co-founder of VoicePlex. "People now have the option to pay pennies a minute instead of dollars."
The new VoicePlex Traveler VoIP calling service can operate on Apple’s iPhone, iPad, iTouch (2nd Gen), Nokia (News - Alert) smartphones, SIP 2.0 softphone clients (Xlite) and desk phones. It also comes with automatic delivery of voicemail messages to the user's email, thereby eliminating the need to "check voicemail".?
VoicePlex LLC offers hosted VoIP service and is focused on mobile business users and consumer using the iPhone, iPad and iTouch. Apart from consumer service Traveler, the company also offers services another service called Reach, a VoIP and Jabber/XMPP based IM in an enterprise service.
According to VoicePlex, its Reach bundles IM with VoIP to deliver a cost effective corporate solution. The service is hosted on dedicated hardware.
In addition, VoicePlex also offers consulting services for PBXes, both soft and legacy, VoIP, and both wireless and wired networking.
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Edited by Juliana Kenny