has now added an unlimited Canada calling plan to its Android mobile voice app
available in Google Play. VoX's Chief Marketing Officer, Barry MacCheyne, noted, "We continue to add creative and very competitive calling plans to our Android app. With both Yahoo and our UK marketing partner launching marketing campaigns, we are very excited by where we are as a company today. With summer travel and the London Olympics coming, we intend to heavily market our app in July. We are also happy that Google recently reported that more than one million new Android devices are activated each day and we predict that this number will rise to over three million units a day by 2015. People are finally seeing the attraction of mobile VoIP apps that allow them to avoid massive roaming charges when travelling and to make a Wi-Fi call from anywhere in the world. They can now use VoX without using their carrier minutes or worrying about roaming charges."
A VoX user can subscribe entirely on the phone and choose a U.S. phone number without leaving the interface, which makes the sign up process more elegant than many competitors. The mobile VoIP paid plans start at $4.95 and new subscribers can download the app for a free 60-minute trial and make calls to any country on the unlimited calling list or sign up for the Canada specific plan.
Price Comparison of calling rates to mobile phones in Canada:
VoX Mobile - UNLIMITED $6.95 a month
Skype - $7.95 a month plan
Vonage - $9.95 a month plan
AT&T - 19 cents a minute
Verizon - 49 cents a minute