Voxbone adds Malaysia, Turkey, and Colombia coverage

VoxboneTADSummit is in full swing in Istanbul. A great group has gathered here in a city with deep history and a fascinating culture. Alan Quayle, organizer and leader of the TAD Summit and TAD Hack events definitely picks interesting locales for his events! In the past year they have been held in Thailand, Spain, Malaysia, and now Turkey.

By coincidence, Voxbone today announced after long preparation that we are adding DIDs in Turkey, Malaysia and Colombia to our platform.

Now, global telcos, cloud communications providers and enterprise contact centers can cost-effectively and reliably expand the reach of their communications services into these three rapidly-growing countries. Calls to Voxbone DID numbers are delivered globally over a single SIP trunk, without customer capital investment and without traditional telecom-like lead times for provisioning.

Despite the global economic crisis, Turkey, Malaysia, and Colombia all achieved healthy economic growth rates over the last several years. This resulted in a strong demand from Voxbone’s customers for inbound SIP trunks in these countries. Although the authorization process took time and effort due to the strictness of existing telecommunication regulations, Voxbone succeeded in obtaining the government approval in each country for our services.

I will be participating in two sessions at TAD Summit on Thursday, November 13 on behalf of Voxbone. The first is called “Finding your space in the global Telecom API market,” alongside Daniel Forsman, COO of Sinch!, a Voxbone customer and new API platform focused on mobile development. Sinch is a spin-off from the well-known OTT mobile service, RebTel, which has more than 25 million users world-wide. The second session will be a workshop panel moderated by Dean Bubley titled “Innovation in legacy consumer services.”

To bring this post full circle, I’m looking forward to finding out where the next TAD Summit will be held and sharing more exciting new country additions to the Voxbone network in the future.