Voxbone expands into Greece and Singapore

Voxbone, a provider of local telephone numbers and VoIP transport to service providers and businesses, has been awarded licences and numbering resources in Singapore and Greece.

The new licences, awarded by Singapore's Infocomm Development Authority (IDA) and Greece's National Telecommunications and Post Commission (EETT), mean that Voxbone is now accessible in 43 countries, a Wireless News report said.

Voxbone stated that its direct-inward dial (DID) and toll-free numbers give its carrier, call centre and enterprise customers a way of establishing a local presence in other countries, as they can be reached by a local phone call.

Customers and prospects are willing to call an overseas business as soon as it has operations within their country, according to the Voxbone.

The company delivers incoming calls to the number holder/subscriber through its VoIP network.

Customers can lease and provision numbers instantly through Voxbone s self-care portal, turning the acquisition process from months to minutes.

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