SAN FRANCISCO, Calif. – March 13, 2014 – Voxbone, today announced that it is the first licensed DID provider to offer inbound SIP trunking services from South Korea. Providing geographical, mobile and toll free telephone numbers from over 50 countries, Voxbone enables cloud communications providers and enterprise contact centers to expand the reach of their services internationally. Calls to these numbers are delivered globally over a single SIP trunk, without customer capital investment and without traditional telecom-like lead times for provisioning.
South Korea is one of the fastest-growing market economies in the world. Many multinational corporations and service providers want to establish a local presence in the country. Voxbone now enables its customers to extend their voice networks into South Korea via its VoxDID service, ensuring compliance with local telecommunication laws.
As a result of its commitment to consistently deliver high-quality, risk-free DID services, many of the world’s largest service providers rely on Voxbone to extend the reach of their international voice networks including NTT Communications, Deutsche Telecom, LiveOps, Level 3, Telefónica and 8×8, Inc. Consequently, Voxbone has experienced strong growth of its global VoxDID service, as evidenced by a traffic increase of 38 percent in 2013.
“Voxbone is proud of this accomplishment,” says Itay Rosenfeld, CEO of Voxbone. “ Given South Korea’s economic importance, we have seen strong demand for SIP trunking services from our customers for this country. Accordingly, we have made it a high priority to provide this service in South Korea. Our success is an additional proof point that we are the market leader in international SIP trunks for telcos and enterprises that value quality and regulatory compliance”
The service is initially available from South Korea’s five largest cities including Seoul, Busan, Incheon, Daegu, and Daejeon.