HOUSTON, Aug. 9, 2011 /PRNewswire/ -- According to the statistics reported by Nielsen, in the three month period ending June 2011, the five leading operating systems comprising 98% of the US smartphone market were: Android, iPhone, BlackBerry, Windows Phone 7 and HP Palm webOS. Getting ahead of its competition, Voxofon is the only VoIP provider that brings dedicated applications for affordable international calling to users of all five major smartphone platforms.
US Market Share
International Calling Applications
% as of May 2011*
Windows Phone 7
HP Palm webOS
*Source: Nielsen July 28, 2011 “Manufacturer operating system share – smartphones” and individual vendor websites as of August 5, 2011
"You are no longer bound to any particular place or communication device. Voxofon makes international calling cross platform," said Alexey Goloshubin, president of Voxofon. "We at Voxofon are concerned about our customers' flexibility: people change their devices and places of living, and Voxofon will always be there for them, no matter what phone our clients are currently using."
Voxofon is committed to the growing market as a whole, not just the most popular or profitable smartphones as the new users choose their handset based on individual preferences, not market share.
Key features of Voxofon services include:
Simplicity - Calling abroad from any phone is exceptionally easy.
Affordability - Voxofon prices start at a penny per minute.
Quality - Voxofon always uses reliable, high quality routes for connecting calls abroad.
Security - Voxofon protects information so that users can make calls abroad safely.
Efficient Customer Support - Timely resolution of any customer issue or concern.
Used by thousands of people every day, Voxofon provides high quality VoIP international calling services from any land line, mobile phone or computer, with dedicated apps for iPhone, Android, BlackBerry, Windows Phone 7, and HP Palm webOS.
For more information, please visit www.voxofon.com.