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Business VoIP Services Provider Submits iPhone Mobile Video, VoIP App to Apple Store for Approval

July 02, 2013

By Deepika Mala, Business VoIP Contributor

Vox Communications, a provider of mobile, residential and business VoIP services, recently sent its mobile VoIP and video calling application to Apple to be placed in the Apple iTunes digital store.

VoX's Chief Information Officer, Mark Richards, said in a statement, "We are very excited to submit our iPhone app to be included into Apple's iTunes store. We have taken the time to develop what we think is the leading, most functional mobile voice and video application in the store.”

With the help of the VoX App, a user can place a video call to a person who is running the world's most popular operating system, Google's Android platform. A person can also call video to video in a cross platform environment, without having to wonder if the other person has an iPhone or an Android phone.

When the iPhone app does get the approval, a user will be able to subscribe entirely on an iPhone or iPad and will also be able to choose a U.S. phone number without leaving the interface, which will make the sign up process much easier than many competing offerings currently in the space.

At this time, new subscribers will be able to download the app for a free 60 minute trial and make calls to any country on the unlimited calling list, or select to sign up for the "Pay And Go" plan for as little as a dollar with no monthly subscription fees.

The mobile VoIP paid plans are a low cost of entry for a high quality and reliable VoIP service offering.

Back in February, virtual-pbx reported that Pervasip Corp.'s subsidiary, VoX Communications has recently added free video calling to its Android mobile VoIP calling application.

Edited by Jamie Epstein


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