VoX Communications Begins Beta Testing Apple iPhone App
WHITE PLAINS, N.Y., Dec. 19, 2012 /PRNewswire via COMTEX/ --
Pervasip Corp.'s (OTCQB: PVSP) wholly-owned subsidiary, VoX Communications, a cloud-based voice and video communications solutions, apps and services provider, has entered limited Beta testing of its iPhone mobile VoIP calling application. Over one billion Android devices currently have access to the VoX Android app, and iPhone subscribers will soon have access to the VoX "Pay and Go" app. The subscription-free plan called "Pay and Go" can be topped up with amounts as little as one dollar and enables calling anywhere in the world without paying a monthly subscription fee.
VoX's Chief Information Officer, Mark Richards, noted, "We have started a limited beta test of our iPhone app and are very pleased with the development progress made during the past 60 days. We are planning on submitting the app for approval from Apple within the next few weeks, after the results of the full beta test are evaluated. We expect to get the same high quality voice and ease of use that we have already achieved with our Android app, which is very highly ranked in both the Google Play Store and Samsung App Store."
Similar to the Android app, a VoX user will be able to subscribe entirely on an iPhone or iPad and choose a U.S. phone number without leaving the interface, which makes the sign-up process more elegant than many competitors. The Mobile VoIP paid plans are a low cost of entry for a high quality and reliable mobile VoIP service offering. New subscribers can download the app for a free 60 minute trial and make calls to any country on the unlimited calling list or sign up for the "Pay and Go" plan for as little as one dollar, literally a "pay as you go" plan with no monthly subscription fees.
Anyone wishing to enter the beta test should send an email to email@example.com for consideration.
About VoX Communications:
VoX Communications delivers VoIP and video telephone service anywhere in the world that has a stable broadband connection. It recently entered the mobile VoIP services and applications arena so that its VoIP can utilize any 3G/4G or WiFi connection. VoX differentiates itself through a unique combination of high quality voice services, flexible back-office capabilities and automated provisioning systems that enable a quick turn-up for app users who are looking for a second mobile phone line or low-cost international calling, without using any voice-plan minutes from their mobile phone carrier. It offers a feature-rich, low-cost, high-quality alternative to traditional wireless phone services. For more information, please visit www.voxcorp.net.
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