Wholesale VoIP Feature Article
Cheap Voip Launches New Wholesale VoIP Services
VoIP is synonymous with cost savings, and thanks to the growing popularity of these services, several telecommunications providers now offer VoIP services to customers. Cheap Voip, a company offering low cost VoIP services to businesses and consumers worldwide, is now offering wholesale VoIP termination to its customers.
To offer this service, the company has partnered with Future Nine Corporation, a provider of VoIP phone services. The partnership helps Cheap Voip leverage the infrastructure and industry experience of Future Nine to deliver high-quality VoIP termination services to its customers.
VoIP services, according to Cheap Voip, are driven by the rising cost of international calls and global recession. VoIP is growing as the best alternative to traditional communications solutions.
The wholesale VoIP service comprises a set of features, including the provision to set your CID from the Web console or from your PBX (News - Alert). Users can also add additional SIP peers as needed and set IP authentication from the web console.
Furthermore, the VoIP termination service allows users to control their concurrent calls limit (channels) from the Web console. The company offers prompt support via e-mail, which while offered under a no minimum usage plan, the minimum deposit for the service is $50. Customers can additionally choose from three service routes: grey, standard, and premium.
In order to remain at the forefront of all next-generation technology, companies across the globe are leveraging VoIP services to see multiple benefits, such as dramatically reduced costs, improved productivity and reliability, and increased efficiency in overall operations.
According to a new report from TechNavio, the global mobile VoIP solutions market is expected to grow at a rate of 64.6 percent from 2011-2015.
The growth, fueled by increasing global network and wireless bandwidth capabilities, has also resulted in a price war among mobile VoIP vendors in the market, the report said. The industry has witnessed the emergence of several new as well as multiple established companies, who are continuing to lose their market share to new entrants.
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Edited by Allison Boccamazzo