May 14, 2013, 2:33 p.m.
VoX Adds 13 More Countries to the Samsung App Store and Increases Weekly Downloads by 25% in 30 Days
Pervasip Corp.'s (PVSP) wholly-owned subsidiary, Vox Communications, a cloud-based voice and video communications solutions, apps and services provider, has now made its Android mobile VoIP calling application, with video plug-in, available to all devices that have access to the Samsung App store.
Over a billion devices currently have access to the store and subscribers now have access to the VoX "Pay And Go" subscription-free calling plans. The "Pay and Go" plan can be topped up with amounts as little as one dollar and enables calling anywhere in the world without paying a monthly subscription fee.
VoX's Chief Information Officer, Mark Richards, noted, "We added 13 more countries in April including the U.S. and are happy to report a 25% increase in downloads from the Samsung store in the last 30 days. We attribute this largely to the size of the growing US market, and the recent phenomenal success of the Samsung Galaxy S III and Samsung's most recent flagship, the Galaxy S4."
"We are also encouraged by the fact that our downloads from the Google Play Store continue to increase and our paid conversions are also increasing," continued Richards. "We note that some of our more recognized competitors in the market have achieved staggering numbers of subscribers, not because they have a better App, but simply more marketing dollars. We are looking at many ways to increase our marketing budget and are very confident in the quality of our products."
"We have also taken the time to ensure the anticipated iPhone App is accepted in its first submission to the Apple Store. The voice quality of our iPhone App has exceeded our expectation and we have now included enhanced voice and video codec support, after noting the recent successful initiative by Google to make available their VP8 video codec. The envisioned video ecosystem of Android, iPhone, and video phones joining a video centric world built around WebRTC has taken a step forward."
The VoX Mobile VoIP Android App can be viewed or downloaded here: https://play.google.com/store/search?q=net.voxcorp
About VoX Communications:
VoX Communications delivers VoIP and video telephone service anywhere in the world that has a stable broadband connection. It recently entered the mobile VoIP services and applications arena and gives a quick turn-up for app users who are looking for a second mobile phone line or low-cost international calling, without using any voice-plan minutes from their mobile phone carrier. It offers a feature-rich, low-cost, high-quality alternative to traditional wireless phone services. For more information, please visit www.voxcorp.net.
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