Voxox Releases Cloud Phone
February 24, 2014 - News
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Cloud communications provider Voxox on Monday released its new virtual PBX service, Cloud Phone, for organizations.

Partners may sell the service via three subscription options, with pricing that ranges from $19.95 to $49.95. For example, the basic plan includes one local phone number, 500 minutes of calling and up to two users for $19.95 per month. Additional minutes cost 4.9 cents per minute. The pro plan comes with one local phone number, 5,000 minutes of calling, and up to 10 users for $49.95 per month. Additional minutes cost 2.9 cents per minute.

Cloud Phone is web-based and provides users with a dedicated business phone number, which means they don't have to give out their cell numbers to potential and existing clients.

Cloud Phone features include call routing and voicemail-to-email delivery, and lets users make moves/adds/changes quickly.

Voxox said ideas for ideal end users include catering companies, financial consultancies, law firms, real estate or insurance agents, or almost any one-to-10-person organization.  

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