Freevoice Announces Expansion of its Intercontinental VoIP Network.

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Freevoice announces expansion of its Intercontinental VoIP Network. New features also being offered and Freevoice services are also now open up to 3rd party PBX vendors.

Freevoice, 2011’s best awarded Business Phone Provider, announced expansion of its Intercontinental VoIP Network. “We are excited to announce that with the latest round of funding we have deployed a new distributed SIP Proxy, increasing our customer capacity to over 10,000 Channels” Said CIO Jeremy Betts at Saturday’s Press release. The technical aspects were also revealed. New security features have been added to minimize disruptions. “By locating our facilities in multiple US States, the Freevoice Cloud will survive regional disasters and attacks”
New features also being offered in 2012 includes DID’s in more extended market. Freevoice already provides one of the largest DID footprints in North America. The addition of NSL (nonstandard location) origination and continental wide termination gives Freevoice one of the largest VoIP footprints of any U.S. based carrier. Freevoice customers will also soon be able to quickly provision DID’s in real-time through the Freevoice Customer login. The website is an easy to use proprietary web portal were customers can do a variety of functions like provision DID’s, add and delete endpoints, update DID features, submit LNP’s requests and much more.
Freevoice services are also now opening up to 3rd party PBX vendors. Offering our services to any Standard VoIP PBX has opened our services to a greater number of customers will be the most significant factor in our growth in 2012.” Stated CFO, Jeff Alcorn. “Even after the onetime charge of expansion this quarter, we will have increased the earnings per share at our fastest rate ever.”
Freevoice also has begun releasing its Windows 7 Softphone App early in February. “The first version of this app will allow Freevoice users to control all of the calls from their PC. The addition of 6 line keys, transfer button, and web queries makes this a perfect fit for our users,” stated Chad Harmon, VP of Business Development for Freevoice. “We are excited about expanding our product line and helping our customers manage their call centers. We believe in not only providing a competitively priced service, but also helping our customer’s with the tools they need to be successful.”
Freevoice is based in Brea, CA. To learn more about Freevoice, visit them at http://www. FreevoicePBX.com or Call 866-907-6158.

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