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Voxbone Doubles Call Volume from Cloud Communications Providers Over Last 12 Months

As cloud-based UC services prepare for a 466% increase in demand in 2016, many providers are turning to Voxbone’s high-quality, global DIDs

Voxbone logoSAN FRANCISCO, Calif. – December 23, 2015 – Voxbone today announced several growth statistics showing that cloud communications providers increased their reliance on Voxbone’s DID numbers over the last twelve months. As of November 2015, Voxbone saw a 53 percent increase in call volume of its DID numbers and a 124 percent increase in call volume of its toll-free numbers, relative to the last 12-month reporting period. Voxbone also experienced a 31 percent increase in total customer spending.

A recent survey conducted by Redshift Research and cloud services provider Azzurri Communications found that demand for cloud-based unified communications has exploded in recent months, and is expected to increase by 466% in 2016. In fact, 48% of enterprise IT departments plan to move to UC in the coming year. Specifically, they will be turning to cloud-based UC deployments – which will soar from 6% of all UC to more than a quarter (28%). Voxbone’s own growth data supports this trend, which can be attributed in part to securing partnerships with some of the world’s largest cloud communications providers, including BroadSoft, 8×8, Intility, and ThinkingPhones.

These cloud communications providers choose Voxbone due to its reputation for carrier-grade services and its global coverage, extending customers’ reach to more than 55 countries and 8,000 cities. Voxbone offers a one-stop shop for high-quality DID numbers, real-time provisioning and number portability.

“While we’re certainly ready to hit the ground running for 2016, it’s hard not to relish in the successes of the last year,” said Voxbone CEO Itay Rosenfeld. “We’ve partnered with a majority of the biggest names in global UC communications, delivering a service which matches their reputations in quality and scope.”

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