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Voxox Announces Multiple New Features of Its Virtual PBX Service “Cloud Phone”

Voxox®, the most comprehensive cloud-based rich communication service for consumers and businesses, today announced the latest release of the company’s virtual PBX service, Cloud Phone. As Voxox’s entry-level business phone offering, Cloud Phone focuses on popular telephony features for companies with one to 10 employees. The latest product release advances Cloud Phone’s core functionality beyond sophisticated call routing and a dedicated business phone number. Cloud Phone customers can now add extensions for international employees, purchase toll free and local phone numbers, change caller ID, and access new capabilities, such as voicemail transcription, call screening, web callback, and more.

“We often see entrepreneurs using a personal cell phone number for business communication, which is often not ideal when you’re trying to build a strong business image,” said Bryan Hertz, co-founder and CEO of Voxox. “We launched Cloud Phone earlier this year to address this gap in the small business market with a powerful yet simple solution. As this latest release demonstrates, we are fully committed to Cloud Phone’s ongoing, continuous evolution.”

The fully web-based service, which launched earlier this year, caters to customers in the space between the company’s free consumer applications and its comprehensive hosted IP-PBX and SIP Trunking solutions. In addition to the new calling features and international user support, Cloud Phone continues to hone its ultra-intuitive user interface and set-up process, both among Cloud Phone’s top differentiating factors. Since its initial launch in February 2014, Cloud Phone has already received several recognitions for its simple yet powerful solution, including being featured in the top slot for GetVoIP’s Top 10 Rising Stars in May 2014, and being named a winner in the TMCnet Communications Solutions Product of the Year Awards, TMCnet IT Labs Innovation Awards, and the Stratus Awards by the Business Intelligence Group, among other honors.

“Products in the business telephony space tend to be complex and cumbersome, which is precisely why we developed a streamlined, easy-to-use option that satisfies the needs of the smallest business types,” said Ed Mallory, VP of products at Voxox. “Cloud Phone can be set up in under a minute and requires no special skills to adjust phone settings, add employees, or add features. It’s ideal for a busy entrepreneur who has no time and little budget to spend on IT.”

Cloud Phone is well suited for most one-to-10-person businesses, whether geographically dispersed or centralized in a single location. Ideal customer categories for this solution include: consultancies (virtual or brick-and-mortar); law firms; medical offices; mobile companies, such as catering or car detailing services; and sole practitioners, such as real estate or insurance agents. Furthermore, as a virtual PBX service, Cloud Phone can easily expand from a single user account to more advanced Voxox business VoIP solution, supporting hundreds of phones and multiple office locations.

Cloud Phone users can select from three monthly subscription plans at variable pricing. All new Cloud Phone users enjoy a free 30-day trial when registering for the service. To sign up for free or learn more about Cloud Phone, please visit www.cloudphone.com.

About Voxox

Voxox is an innovator in unified cloud communication solutions for consumers and businesses. For consumers and its operator partners, Voxox delivers cutting-edge mobile and desktop applications that integrate voice, video, messaging, fax, media sharing, and more. For businesses, Voxox provides an extensive suite of carrier-grade business phone solutions, including hosted IP-PBX, SIP Trunking, a wide array of wholesale services, such as high volume SMS, and the company's new virtual PBX service, Cloud Phone. The foundation of the company's offerings is its award-winning unified communications platform in the cloud, which enables the company and its customers to build powerful, scalable applications and services. Founded in 2006, Voxox is headquartered in San Diego. For more information, please visit http://www.voxox.com.

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