BRUSSELS, Belgium, Oct. 19, 2011 /PRNewswire/ -- Voxbone today announced the introduction of VoxTRUNK, in a move that helps enterprises increase efficiency, lower costs and simplify management of their inbound voice services. The new offering enables multinational companies to purchase global voice channels that can be used simultaneously to receive calls on both geographical and toll-free numbers.
Until today, customers had to buy separate channels for geographical and toll-free services. VoxTRUNK is the first global solution that enables a customer to purchase a single channel for both geographical and toll-free services, and it is available across Voxbone's entire footprint, spanning more than 50 countries and 4,000 cities.
"Responding to customer requests, we are launching VoxTRUNK to make buying capacity more efficient and flexible," said Voxbone CEO Rod Ullens. "Enabling geographical and toll-free services to share channels allows our customers to save money and to streamline service setup and management."
Ullens said VoxTRUNK is particularly beneficial for customers with large calling requirements, such as call centers, conferencing-service providers and calling-card providers, because they typically offer both geographical and toll-free access numbers.
For more information about VoxTRUNK, visit https://www.voxbone.com/services.jsf?category=VoxTRUNK.
Voxbone Extends Service to Vietnam
To further benefit its growing customer base, Voxbone also announced the extension of its coverage to include Vietnam.
"Vietnam has one of the fastest-growing economies in the Asia Pacific market, and we're pleased to make it the 51st country in our expanding global footprint," Ullens said.
Voxbone is the market leader in providing worldwide geographical, toll-free and iNum® telephone numbers. The company delivers high-quality inbound communications (often referred to as direct inward dialing, or DID) from more than 50 countries and more than 4,000 cities. Voxbone enables Internet communications services providers, global carriers, national operators and enterprises to extend the reach of their voice services internationally, rapidly and with limited costs. Voxbone is the only operator of its kind with self-owned licenses and telephone number ranges. In 2010, Voxbone's private global VoIP network carried 2.1 billion minutes of voice traffic. Voxbone excels through its quality of service, best-in-industry management tools and regulatory compliance. The company has more than 700 wholesale customers around the globe, including Skype, Jajah, Arkadin, IDT, Global Crossing and Voxeo. Founded in 2005, Voxbone is privately held and has offices in Brussels, Los Angeles and Singapore. For more information, visit www.voxbone.com.