From the Enterprise VoIP Experts

November 01, 2012

Voip-Pal.Com Creates New Sales Channel to Grab the Opportunities in Multibillion Dollar VoIP Industry

By SIP Trunking Report Contributor

A recent GIA survey revealed that increasing numbers of a mobile workforce, and constant need for such employees to stay in touch with corporate headquarters is driving the business case for Mobile Business VoIP services. Mobile VoIP services are increasingly being adopted by businesses, thereby driving the overall Business VoIP market. In view of this trend, broadband VoIP telecom company, Voip-Pal.Com recently added a new sales channel. The company reportedly launched its retail website at

The portal will allow the clients to purchase the company’s VoIP products with ease and convenience. This new channel of sales is expected to significantly add to the company’s revenue-stream.

It will be relevant to mention here that the portal incorporates patented technology, acquired from Digifonica Gibraltar.

Voip-Pal's new state-of-the-art VoIP softswitch platform provides confidential and secure management of customer account information, including the ability to recharge accounts using credit cards, review payment history, review call history or to check current rates. The proprietary billing platform accepts payments through Visa, MasterCard, Discover, Diners Club or JCB (Japanese Credit Bureau).

The residential and business customers are on the lookout for reliable and cost-effective VoIP services and apps, and the new website at makes it easier for clients to purchase airtime minutes and download free PlatinumSoftphone and PlatinumPhone Mobile VoIP apps. Using these apps, the customers can make free Peer-to-Peer (P2P) calls to family and friends. The apps also allow the consumers to make international calls for as low as two cents per minute from their smartphone, tablet or PC.

“On behalf of our team at Voip-Pal, I am proud to introduce The site employs a user-friendly interface and customers can access reliable and cost effective VoIP services on their PCs, tablets and smartphones. This new sales channel is designed to greatly accelerate our revenue and to keep up with the current demand of today's VoIP customers. By diversifying its revenue stream, Voip-Pal is in a tremendous position to rapidly gain a large share of the multi-billion dollar business and residential VoIP market,” said Voip-Pal president Dennis Chang in a statement.

A few months back Voip-Pal.Com Inc released its new PointsPhone SoftPhone Application for Canadian users. This enabled users in British Columbia (BC), Canada to avail virtual numbers (DID numbers).

Edited by
Rachel Ramsey