Phone.com in deal with Voxbone
by Jan Harris
December 9, 2009
Phone.com, a hosted IP PBX provider, has entered into an agreement with Voxbone, which will see it provide iNum numbers to its customers.
iNum numbers allow users to be called through one number, from 4,000 cities in 49 countries at local call rates.
The +883 code assigned to iNum is the international code for the internet.
Calls to numbers with the code go to Voxbone which delivers them Phone.com.
Phone.com’s Virtual Office PBX then greets the caller with a customer’s own customised auto attendant, which asks for the person’s extension number and completes the call.
Belgium-based Voxbone provides worldwide local and toll-free phone numbers over its own private intercontinental VoIP network.
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