From the Enterprise VoIP Experts

November 08, 2012

Vox Mobile VoIP Calling Application Proves to Outweigh Competitors

By Contributing Writer

For Android devices, Pervasip Corp.'s VoX Mobile VoIP calling application is now available at the Samsung app store and in a short period of time, it is projected to exceed the one billion user milestone. Also, users of Samsung devices can easily download the VoX "Pay and Go" subscription-free calling plan or any other VoX calling plans directly to their Samsung devices.

Without paying a recurring monthly fee and enabling users to call from anywhere in the world, the subscription-free VoX plan called "Pay and Go" can be topped up with amounts as little as one dollar.

Mark Richards, VoX's chief information officer, stated that his company decided to broaden the reach of its app by making it available on due to the increased conversions brought to them by its newly-launched plan. The Samsung store is currently ranked in the top 5,000 sites in the world and on every Samsung smartphone and tablet that is shipped globally; the app store icon is now installed.

"We believe that if more people see our app, more people will use it. We are very pleased that we are one of only a very few mobile VoIP apps that have been accepted in the Samsung App Store,” added Richards. 

In the U.S., one in five smartphones sold is from the Samsung Galaxy series.  In the first 100 days since its launch, Samsung has sold over 50 million Galaxy SI and SII phones and over 20 million Galaxy SIII phones. The VoX app was made available to over 50 countries after rigorous device testing by Samsung.

Further, the VoX app is approved to run on 71 Samsung devices, including all popular smartphones and tablets. Without leaving the interface, which makes the sign-up process more elegant than many competitors, a VoX user can subscribe to the offering via their phone or tablet and even choose a U.S. phone number.

Edited by Jamie Epstein