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Voxbone Expands its Coverage to Include Colombia, Malaysia and Turkey

November 13, 2014
Voxbone Expands its Coverage to Include Colombia, Malaysia and Turkey

Voxbone’s services have been authorized by each country’s regulators, further validating the company’s position as the leading global provider of high-quality SIP trunks
SAN FRANCISCO, Calif. – November 12, 2014 – Voxbone today announced the availability of its local telephone numbers (also known as DIDs) in three rapidly-growing countries: Colombia, Turkey and Malaysia. Now, global telcos, cloud communications providers and enterprise contact centers can cost-effectively and reliably expand the reach of their communications services into these countries. Calls to Voxbone DID numbers are delivered globally over a single SIP trunk, without customer capital investment and without traditional telecom-like lead times for provisioning.
Despite the recent global economic crisis, Turkey, Malaysia, and Colombia all achieved healthy economic growth rates over the last several years. This resulted in a strong demand from Voxbone’s customers for inbound SIP trunks in these countries. Although the authorization process took time and effort due to the strictness of existing telecommunication regulations, Voxbone succeeded in approving its services. This approval ensures the long-term sustainability of Voxbone’s services in these countries.
Voxbone’s customers – which include the world’s largest carriers such as Telecom Italia Sparkle, NTT, Deutsche Telekom, Telefónica and more – can now provide local telephone numbers from Turkey, Malaysia, and Colombia, and ensure compliance with those countries’ local telecommunication laws.
“We are proud to have succeeded in expanding our coverage to new locations,” said Itay Rosenfeld, CEO of Voxbone. “Most businesses depend on the reliability of their telecom services. This is why we always put quality first. Ensuring that local regulators endorse our services in strategically important regions such as these new countries is part of this effort.”
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