VoX Communications, a subsidiary of Pervasip Corp., has launched its Android app recently and after having positive response, sends its second iOS application for Apple approval. VoX provides cloud based solutions for voice and video communications. Its apps for Mobile Video and VoIP are under approval on iTunes store. Mobile video promised the cross platform support to make video calls. Company offers diverse range of calling plans. It has diverse range of services to choose from and every user can adopt it according to their requirement. Few of the plans are listed below;
- Pay as you go
- Unlimited 60 - $29.95/month
- U.S. & Canada 1200 - $19.95/month
- U.S. & Canada 300 - $5.95/month
- Canada unlimited - $6.95/month
It covers U.K., Vietnam, Pakistan, Mexico, India and Brazil along with above mention countries under discounted plans. For other countries the rates are specified as per 30 or 60 second billing. VoX's CIO Mark Richards said that in this technological rapid developing era, there is no way to make a video call from iOS to Android users. The 500 million Apple users miss the opportunity to communicate with fastest growing community using video calling. This is where VoX comes in to bridge the gap and allow seamless calling to and from Android. An Apple user can enjoy its benefits without worrying about the other person’s operating system.
VoX has launched its Android version as an initial step in previous month with lot more option to users. It allows all beginners to enjoy 60 free minutes as a gift. Its latest version 2.0.7 supports Android OS 2.0 and above. Android concubines appreciated the app much and mostly rated high with 5-star rating. It has been installed by more 946 users and 669 rated it 5-stars which gives average rating of 4.4 until now. It offers these two apps for Android users.
- VoX Mobile VoIP / SIP Phone
- VoX Mobile Video Plug-in
VoX Communication is a trusted name in video telephony and VOIP all over the world. It operates from its central office at South Alafaya Trail, Orlando – Florida – USA and has trusted customer base for broadband connections. Vox's Chief Executive Officer Paul H. Riss has decided to leverage the growing smartphone market and increasing internet speed. The era of telecommunication has faced a generational leap from 3G to 4G, 4G LTE, 4G LTE-A and future 5G plans to transform the way we communicate. Such fast pace of development also affects consumer behavior. Its Chief Information Officer Mark Richards is also optimistic to leverage the growing communication spectrum and tap it. Mark has served in various Fortune-500 companies as a consultant.