Voice over-IP (VoIP) solutions and services have transformed the corporate telephony environment. As compared to standard telephony, VoIP brings economical benefits for companies.
Phone (News - Alert) Power, a VoIP telecommunications provider of residential and business packages, has enabled its users to be stay connected to special people in their lives with a free Android (News - Alert) calling app.
Yes, you read it right. With an extension of its VoIP product offerings for mobile devices, Phone Power has introduced its free Android calling app, which enables Android smartphone users to make international calls for little to nothing, save valuable mobile minutes and access other call features that have been available to customers who use the iPhone calling app.
The new Android app is a free calling app available for download in the Google Play marketplace and joins the Phone Power iPhone app available in the Apple (News - Alert) iTunes Store.
Utilizing VoIP, the Android calling app offers money-saving options for smartphones similar to those Phone Power customers access on their home phones. Phone Power's VoIP service needs no additional software and works with any operating system with a modern Web browser. Its business and hosted PBX (News - Alert) service packages range from single-line business accounts all the way up to multiple-location hosted PBX systems with fully-featured auto-attendants and call hunt groups.
Jim Murphy, president of Phone Power, said in a statement, “Today's customers demand mobility options in their phone service, we're allowing them to extend the savings and features of their home phone service to their mobile devices.”
The Phone Power Android app includes reduced cost for making international VoIP calls from smartphones, access to account balances and voicemail and call forwarding.
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Edited by Rachel Ramsey