Use of the Internet is no longer limited to just chatting and surfing with added functionality including the capability to make calls as well. Catering to this need,TelCentris introduced VoxOx virtual phone numbers for its U.S. and Canada users. This service allows them to create various customized telephone numbers that track their VoxOx account. It also works on other phones like work, home, mobile and more.
Consumers can now select their virtual phone numbers from an array of more than 100 area codes in the U.S. and Canada. This service allows users with ‘vanity search’ for noteworthy digits and word spellings. The service enables SMS and fax capabilities as well. It forwards users’ current cell phone numbers to VoxOx, without sharing the new phone number as well.
“Those who own a small business, have family living in another state, or just would like to have a fun, memorable , can benefit from these new options. For example, a small business owner can now add phone numbers in multiple local areas that the business serves. Or, a U.S. resident with family in another state (or Canada) can now add phone numbers in those locations in order to enable family members to dial locally,” commented Erik Bratt, VP of marketing at TelCentris.
Bryan Hertz, CEO of TelCentris, stated, “We think our users will be excited by the number of options we provide for getting a free or low-cost phone number. This is another point of differentiation from our competitors, none of which offer the flexibility that we provide.”
The company additionally reveals to have collaborated with iNum initiative and provides free global numbers. This service eases calling friends, family and colleagues overseas after dialing VoxOx users from landlines, mobile phones or IP networks, globally at local rates or for free. After the activation, friends can call through any handset from the local access numbers in 45 countries as a two-stage call.
The VoxOx virtual numbers retail at $1.95 per month or $19.95 per year from the company’s official website.