VOX COMMUNICATIONS MOBILE VOIP APP CAN BE DOWNLOADED.
VoX Communications Corp., White Plains, N.Y., a provider of wholesale Voice over Internet Protocol See Internet and TCP/IP.
(networking) Internet Protocol - (IP) The network layer for the TCP/IP protocol suite widely used on Ethernet networks, defined in STD 5, RFC 791. IP is a connectionless, best-effort packet switching protocol. (VoIP) and smartphone applications, and a wholly owned subsidiary Wholly Owned Subsidiary
A subsidiary whose parent company owns 100% of its common stock.
In other words, the parent company owns the company outright and there are no minority owners. of Pervasip Corp. (OTCBB OTCBB
See OTC Bulletin Board (OTCBB). :PVSP PVSP Parallel Vector-Space Projection ), has launched a mobile smartphone app that can be downloaded to most Android An open platform for cellphones from the Open Handset Alliance (OHA). Based on Linux, Android includes a library of Java classes for building mobile applications.
Android and GPhone , Symbian and Windows Mobile smartphones and to Apple's iPhone. VoX has embedded its Mobile VoIP with fring(R), which enables people who sign up for the product to make Mobile VoIP calls on VoX, and save money on their calls by bypassing their voice service provider. Callers that use fring make free mobile calls, video calls, live chat and more, from their mobile phone with all their friends on fring and other Internet services like Skype(R), MSN Messenger(R), GoogleTalk(TM), AIM(R), ICQ ("I Seek You") A conferencing program for the Internet from Mirabilis, Tel Aviv, Israel (www.icq.com). It provides interactive chat, e-mail and file transfer and can alert you when someone on your predefined list has also come online. (R) , Facebook(R) and Twitter, all through one central, integrated phone book. With the addition of VoX, fring users can now call any phone number anywhere in the world from their mobile phone and pay a fraction of the cost charged by the incumbent mobile phone carriers.
The fring application with embedded VoX Vo3G calling is immediately available to order from the VoX website at http://www.voxcorp.net.
When using VoX and fring together, a mobile phone user does not use up valuable voice minutes or SMS (1) (Storage Management System) Software used to routinely back up and archive files. See HSM.
(2) (Systems Management Server) Systems management software from Microsoft that runs on Windows NT Server. . Instead, VoX and fring use the mobile device's Internet connection to make phone calls. Both VoX and fring rely on the mobile device's data plan or WiFi access to make calls. In most instances, VoX uses the 3G Data network so that consumers have the same national coverage that they enjoy with their existing carrier. To save the most money, VoX recommends consumers buy a data-only plan from their mobile phone carrier or buy a plan with limited minutes so that the VoX app can be used for the bulk of the mobile calls. VoX also accepts incoming calls and provides the user with an additional phone number. Several virtual numbers or even a toll free number can be added through the VoX application.
Pervasip's Chief Information Officer Mark Richards noted, "We are very excited to release this downloadable application that easily combines the VoX Mobile Vo3G ability into the fring software. fring is currently experiencing incredible growth as over half a million people a month are downloading fring to their mobile phones. The fact that this software works on Apple's iPhone, Android, Symbian and Windows Mobile phones provides us with a truly massive addressable Reachable. When something is addressable, it can be identified and manipulated independently of its surroundings. For example, screen pixels and RAM memory are addressable. Each of the screen's picture elements can be individually turned on and off, and each of the memory's bytes can be market which equates to a quarter of a million phones in the U.S. We believe the era of expensive mobile phone bills has passed, as subscribers are now able to drop or reduce their traditional calling plans to a minimum and place substantially all of their calls over the 3G Data network. The application also works over WiFi, and we have introduced the price plans that we feel are very compelling to the addressable audience."
VoX is offering three monthly mobile phone plans:
$4.95 Plan; offers a U.S. number and includes outbound minutes to the U.S., Canada and Puerto Rico at 5 cents a minute.$9.95 Plan; offers a U.S. number and includes 500 outbound minutes to the U.S., Canada and Puerto Rico.$29.95 Plan; offers a U.S. number and includes unlimited calling to the U.S., Canada and Puerto Rico.
"The unlimited calling to the U.S. will be very helpful to consumers outside the U.S.," continued Richards. "We have received many inquiries from Canadians who are looking to slash their mobile phone bill, and with VoX, they will be able to make unlimited calls to the U.S. and Canada for only $29.95 a month. Our International rates also offer per minute rates that are significantly lower than the rates offered by most mobile phone service providers."
About VoX Communications
VoX Communications Corp., a wholly-owned subsidiary of Pervasip Corp. (OTCBB:PVSP), delivers wholesale Voice over IP (VoIP) telephone services for the residential and small business markets. Leveraging a nationwide VoIP network and internally developed proprietary software and product features, VoX offers a private-label digital voice program sold to cable operators, cell phone carriers, WiMax carriers, CLECs, ISPs and resellers. VoX differentiates itself through a unique combination of high quality voice services, flexible back-office capabilities and automated provisioning systems. VoX recently entered the mobile VoIP services and applications arena, which is expected to approach 300 million users by 2013. It offers a feature-rich, low-cost, high-quality alternative to traditional phone services.
For more information, visit http://www.voxcorp.net or call 212/404-7633.