Rebtel Chooses PubNub Pulse to Speed Up Their Service

rebtel_logo.gifRebtel has selected PubNub for improving their service which is used by more than 17 million users. Delivering real-time services in a scalable fashion is an increasing challenge, thanks to an ever-growing variety of Android, iPhone, and other smartphones, tablets and desktops connected via a multitude of home and corporate firewalls and network proxies. With PubNub's 10 data centers, PubNub is able to deliver the performance, reliability, and redundancy required by Rebtel's global customer base.

"In the telephony world, milliseconds matter," said Daniel Forsman, Head of R&D at Rebtel. "PubNub has allowed us to drive down our infrastructure and development costs by allowing us to message devices anywhere in the world via a single API in fractions of a second."
Posted on Sep 25, 2012  Reviews | Share |  Digg
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Pervasip Releases Prepaid "Pay And Go" Subscription-free Calling Plan

vox_communications_logo.jpgPervasip introduced a new international calling plan, which can be downloaded via its Android mobile voice app available in Google Play. The subscription-free plan called "Pay And Go" can be topped up with amounts as little as one dollar and enables calling anywhere in the world without paying a monthly subscription fee.

"This development allows us to market our mobile VoIP services to prepaid calling card users, mobile wallet users, international carriers and international consumers that want to have the convenience and savings of having a second phone line on their mobile device," said Chief Marketing Officer, Barry MacCheyne.

"Consumers no longer have to pay a fixed monthly fee to make low-cost mobile phone calls," continued MacCheyne. "With our VoX mobile Pay And Go app, they can decide how much money to add to their account, and they can call any country in the world. Unlike other mobile phone companies, which make you buy monthly minutes that you may not use, our Pay And Go app delivers low rates without locking consumers into minimum monthly plans."
Posted on Sep 24, 2012  Reviews | Share |  Digg
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Cloud VoIP to Grow to $40 Billion by 2015 - Tips for White Labeling

One Stop Voice announces its support of research provided by Point Topic that predicts the VoIP market will turn into a $40 billion industry by 2015. VoIP provides an easy and cost-effective way of exchanging voice and/or video over a single IP network, allowing for enhanced service at a minimal cost. For this reason, the practice of white labeling, or reselling VoIP services, is also steadily on the rise. Despite the popularity of VoIP white labeling, One Stop Voice and other companies providing hosted VoIP services are urging companies to consider the hidden risks of white labeling VoIP by taking a "buyer beware" approach.
Posted on Sep 07, 2012  Reviews | Share |  Digg
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Telappliant Launches its VoIP Best Price Promise

Telappliant launched its VoIP ‘Best Price Promise’ to match any comparable quote and to also beat it by a further five per cent – without compromise to quality.

The Telappliant Best Price Promise applies to its core services which include Hosted telephony services, call plans, SIP trunking, VoIP phone numbers and VoIP number porting.

Tan Aksoy, Chief Executive Officer at Telappliant, commented, “Telappliant provides high quality and feature-rich VoIP services for small and medium sized businesses – and this new Best Price Promise signals our continued commitment to deliver value for money. We want to assure our customers that in the unlikely event that they find similar quality VoIP services at a lower price elsewhere; we will not just match but beat that price. We are extremely proud to be one of the largest VoIP networks in the UK, with over eighty thousand subscribers and I would like to encourage businesses to pilot our award winning telephony solutions.”
Posted on Sep 07, 2012  Reviews | Share |  Digg
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Report: The VoIP Market 2012-2017 - Prospects for Skype and Other Players announces that a new market research report is available in its catalogue: The VoIP Market 2012-2017: Prospects for Skype and Other Players

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Visiongain research indicates that in 2012 global revenues from VoIP will reach a figure of $65 billion. We believe that 2012 is a landmark year for VoIP services. With operator revenues from voice in decline; now is the time for ecosystem members to implement their VoIP strategies. The deployment of LTE and 4G networks will revolutionise VoIP services and have a transformative impact on the telecoms market.
Posted on Sep 04, 2012  Reviews | Share |  Digg
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