WHITE PLAINS, N.Y.
April 25, 2012
/PRNewswire/ -- Pervasip's (OTCQB:PVSP) wholly owned subsidiary, VoX Communications, a cloud-based Voice over Internet Protocol (VoIP) and video communications solutions, apps and services provider, announced that it has added international calling and a free 60 minute trial to its mobile VoIP app for use on all Android mobile phones and Android tablets. VoX Mobile calls can be made on 3G, 4G or Wi-Fi throughout the world. It is also planning to add video calling and an app for the iPhone.
VoX has also launched a new web site that represents the current focus of its mobile VoIP app business. Visit
Pervasip's Chief Information Officer,
, noted, "Mobile VoIP consumers are quickly approaching 300 million users and we plan to be a huge part of this movement. We continue to develop advanced features for our app and are very excited about enabling international calls from any Android device in the cloud, commencing a global vision for our Android application. Efforts are under way to begin marketing the app through a Yahoo campaign and Google AdWords. We are very confident that the app has the potential to go viral through social media and we are pleased to say our app has already been downloaded in 146 countries. We feel our app is superior in quality and features to our competition and our calling plans are priced competitively."
A VoX user can subscribe entirely on the phone and choose a U.S. phone number without leaving the interface, which makes the sign up process more elegant than many competitors. The Mobile VoIP paid plans start at
, which is a low cost of entry for a high quality and reliable VoIP service offering. VoX also offers 500 minutes for
, which is less expensive than most competitors and
for unlimited calling to the US,
and 60 countries.
Richards continued, "We have the ability to easily 'push' updated plans offered without a software update, and intend to be creative with target audiences that are looking for fixed blocks of calls for a fixed dollar amount rather than charging a monthly fee for services that people don't always use. This new interface enables us to tailor the plans offered so we will soon deploy fixed price top-up plans allowing subscribers to pay only for the minutes they use as opposed to paying a monthly plan whether they use the minutes or not. We intend to offer similar creative calling plans at competitive prices," added Richards.