Vox Mobile VoIP

VoX Communications has been a VoIP provider since 2005. The company originally started as a competitor to Vonage‘s landline division with a residential two line traditional VoIP service, but has been transitioning to mobile VoIP and Video for the last 3 years. The company visualizes a future that there is video centric, encompassing mobile voice and video across platforms and devices, including those running Android, iOS, and Windows, containging tablets, phones and even televisions, all built on the WebRTC framework.

The company currently has applications for both Android and iOS which allow both voice and video messaging. The iOS version was officially released on August 20, 2013. The app has amassed over 160,000 downloads with almost no marketing driving its growing popularity. The company is planning Windows Phone and BlackBerry 10 versions for release in late 2013 or early 2014 as their respective market adoption rates grow.

Vox Mobile VoIP stands out from its competitors by way of its locally tailored plans that include calling to mobile phones in Mexico , India, Vietnam, and the United Kingdom. The company also offers a Pay As You Go plan that can be topped up with as little as a dollar and can be used to make calls anywhere in the world. Vox also offered 60 minutes of calling time to new customers to call anywhere in the world for free.

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