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Voxbone: Another Year of Substantial Growth in 2009

Revenue Rises 60 Percent, Network Traffic More Than Doubles


BRUSSELS, Belgium – January 13, 2010 – Voxbone, an innovative provider of IP network services, saw another year of substantial growth in revenue, network traffic and new customers in 2009 despite one of the worst global economic recessions in decades.  The company today said 2009 revenue was up 60 percent over the prior year, and minutes of use for inbound traffic grew 110 percent to 1.5 billion. In addition, Voxbone attracted more than 150 new customers to its base of service providers, multinational corporations, call center operators, conference call providers and others in the IP industry.   Voxbone provides these customers with direct-inward-dial (DID) and iNum® numbers for local presence in foreign markets while enabling them to deploy new advanced services quickly and economically via the world’s first and largest backbone dedicated to voice-origination more

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Voxbone’s iNum Service Enables Phone.com to Provide

Pairing iNum With Phone.com’s Hosted Phone System

Makes Businesses Locally Reachable From 4,000 Cities in 49 Countries


BRUSSELS, Belgium – December 9, 2009 – Through an agreement with Voxbone, provider of international VoIP origination services and telephone numbers, the popular hosted IP PBX provider Phone.com has begun offering its predominantly small-business customer base iNum® numbers – phone numbers with the “area code for Earth.” 


A particular boon to Internet-based sellers and other businesses that serve markets all over the world, Voxbone-supplied iNum numbers offer Phone.com customers an opportunity to be called through one number for the cost of a “local” call from any of 4,000 cities in 49 countries.  


The ITU-assigned +883 code of iNum is the international code for the Internet just like +44 is the code for the U.K. and 1 refers to the U.S. As a wholesaler of direct-inward-dial (DID) more

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Voxbone’s iNum Service Speaks in High Definition With Skype

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In-the-Room Sound Quality Available to Millions More

As Voxbone Adds Support for Skype’s SILK Wideband Audio Codec


AMSTERDAM, Netherlands – Oct. 28, 2009Voxbone, provider of international VoIP origination services and telephone numbers, today announced that its geographically-independent number service, iNum®, now supports high-definition (HD) calling between dozens of VoIP networks and Skype, the global leader in Internet communications. 


Greatly expanding availability of emerging HD voice technology, Voxbone will transcode, or translate, between Skype’s super-wideband SILK codec and the widely deployed HD codec, G.722, Voxbone announced at eComm Europe 2009.  


Prefaced with the ITU-assigned 883 code, iNum numbers refer to the Internet as the 44 country code refers to the U.K. Calls to iNum numbers are routed first more

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