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February 21, 2014

Voxbone Inbound DID SIP Trunking Now Compatible with Microsoft Lync 2013


By Rahul Arora SIP Trunking Report Contributor



Voxbone, a company that provides worldwide geographical and toll-free telephone numbers, recently announced its inbound-only DID SIP trunking services, including VoxDID and Vox800, are now compatible with Microsoft Lync 2013. The certification means companies using Lync 2013 can now leverage Voxbone’s DIDs and toll-free services and can acquire telephone numbers at wholesale prices.


Benefits to Lync 2013 users include extended international reach, lower costs and simplified international telecom vendor management.

With Vox800, Voxbone provides local toll-free phone numbers from various countries for direct inward dialing (DID). Calls to these telephone numbers are converted from PSTN to VoIP and are transported to anywhere in the world via Voxbone's intercontinental private IP backbone.

In a growing number of countries, existing telephone numbers can be ported to the Vox800 service. The number of simultaneous incoming calls on Vox800 is determined by the number of associated channels.

 “We are excited that Voxbone is providing its VoxDID and Vox800 services for Lync 2013 deployments,” said Laura Howard, Sr. Director at Microsoft. “Their global inbound SIP Trunking service uniquely enriches Lync based global contact center and conferencing applications.”

“The newly qualified capabilities allow customers to confidently deploy global numbering and SIP trunking solutions from Voxbone that will enhance their Lync experience and business utility,” said Itay Rosenfeld, CEO of Voxbone. “Voxbone’s integration with Lync allows businesses to maintain a global presence with ease, while also receiving a high quality of service.”

Voxbone specializes in inbound communications, delivering access to local telephone networks from over 50 countries around the world. The company also recently entered the mobile space by offering mobile phone numbers to its service provider customers.




Edited by Stefania Viscusi
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