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Virtual PBX Reduces International Dialing Rates by as Much as 80 Percent

SAN JOSE, CA — (Marketwire) — 12/06/11 — Virtual PBX , inventor and leading supplier of hosted PBX services, announced today that it is reducing the cost of international calling in all of its plans by up to 80 percent. With this change, calls to multiple international locations — such as land lines in London and Buenos Aires, and mobile phones in Hong Kong — are as low as 1.9 cents per minute. The new rates are available now with no added fees or plan changes to all existing and new Virtual PBX customers on all plans.



“Virtual PBX is always working to find ways to save money for our customers,” said Paul Hammond, CEO of Virtual PBX. “We already offer local numbers in over 40 countries for clients that want an international presence and want their callers to avoid the high costs of international dialing. Now we’ve made it possible for our customers to call out to international destinations with very low costs as well.”

The new international rates build on the company’s extensive history of providing cost-effective voice services to reach and receive vital business calls to and from locations around the world.

Virtual PBX, a U.S.-based company, started offering outbound dialing to international destinations when it developed the first hosted PBX in 1996. Now, clients can make calls out to international numbers or have employees receive calls on non-U.S. phones with a much lower rate per minute. And using the company’s Open Systems Initiative, calls can be routed to VoIP phones anywhere, for free.

In December 2009, Virtual PBX started offering local inbound numbers to their clients in thousands of cities worldwide, providing clients the ability to publish local numbers in these cities while maintaining business operations in the location of their choice. The combination of low outbound rates to international phone numbers, free VoIP calling anywhere, and local inbound numbers in both the U.S. and other countries makes Virtual PBX a strong hosted PBX choice for companies with personnel, clients or business activities in almost any global location.

Specific rate information can be found on the company’s website.

About Virtual PBX
Virtual PBX believes you never get a second chance to make a good first impression, especially when it comes to serving your customers. Our hosted PBX phone service gives businesses a professional, fully automated call answering and routing solution that can be up and running in a matter of minutes. Forget the hassles and costs of buying and maintaining your own PBX hardware. With Virtual PBX, your employees, whether in one location or far-flung, can focus on serving your customers while we provide the advanced features and responsiveness that give you a competitive edge. We also offer a backup phone service to ensure your business stays up and running should disaster strike.

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Key Trends Driving Residential VoIP Application IC Market 2015 : Latest Report By Radiant Insights,Inc

Voice over Internet Protocol (VoIP) is a technology which allows you to convert telephone audio digitally over the Internet. VoIP operates according to SIP (session initiation protocol), an important part of the application layer protocol. SIP can be used to make Internet telephone calls and multimedia conferences. There are different types of VoIP, but residential VoIP holds a lot of interest owing to its market. Residential VoIP uses a person’s Internet connection to make and receive calls.

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Residential VoIP offers several benefits if you have a fast Internet connection. It can be inexpensive as an Internet connection allows you to make phone calls. It is portable as the call quality doesn’t depend on distance or location. You can be contacted by your virtual number as long as you have an Internet connection.

Residential VoIP has additional features of call forwarding, voicemail, and three-way calling. But issues like identity theft, security, and lack of emergency calling can hamper the residential VoIP application IC market.

Regions covered include North America, Europe, Asia Pacific, and RoW (Rest of the World). It is illegal to use VoIP services inside India and Oman. Unfavorable regulations are hampering market growth in Asia Pacific. The United States and Europe allows calls over VoIP to be taxed according to the call duration.

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Notable providers of the residential VoIP application IC market are Phone Power, Skype, VOIPo, Grasshopper, and Axvoice. Phone Power is known for giving cheap service to all types of clientele. They offer a long-term plan with low term rates. Notable benefits of Phone Power are a second line, free equipment, and 60 international minutes. VOIPo are known for making straightforward plans with minimal difference of prices and features between residential and corporate. Grasshopper is a pure virtual service which works primarily through the application. Axvoice allows customers to make calls at very flat economical rates.

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SolveForce rolls out new Hosted PBX campaign efforts into Los Angeles, California and surrounding area. Campaign efforts begin 5/6/16.

Los Angeles, CA (PRWEB) May 06, 2016 has introduced a new Hosted PBX service ( campaign to all commercial locations in the great city of Los Angeles, California. Campaign efforts are set for an immediate May 2016 introduction.

There are several reasons that businesses should consider a Hosted PBX system for phone system or PBX replacement. In addition to saving money on up-front capital expenses and monthly service costs, SolveForce Hosted PBX solutions provide your business with advanced calling features like voice-mail to e-mail, fax to e-mail, auto attendant and more.

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Low Up-front Capital Requirements

With no need for expensive on-premise hardware, the systems require less up-front capital dollars when compared to a traditional phone system.

Save money on monthly expenses

Lower monthly bills with cost effective rates for local and long distance calling.

Advanced Calling Features

Benefit from advanced call features like voicemail to e-mail, fax to e-mail, and remote call management, auto attendant, company directory music on hold, and voice messaging

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6 Things to Consider Before Choosing a Business VoIP Service for Your SMB

You have decided to upgrade your small to midsize business (SMB) to a business Voice-over-IP (VoIP) service but you’re wondering where to start. There are a bunch of amazing business VoIP systems out there, but each one has a different set of features and a different pricing structure so choosing can be difficult. Fonality is our Editors’ Choice for business users, but that doesn’t mean you should automatically run to their website to buy it. In fact, systems such as RingCentral offer voicemail transcription which Fonality only offers at the highest price tier. So you’ve got to do your homework to make sure the VoIP service you choose is the right one for your particular business.

With that in mind, and to help you celebrate National Small Business Week, we’ve compiled this list of six things you need to consider before choosing a business VoIP system for your SMB.

1. Plans and Pricing

We might as well start with the most important characteristic: cost. What good is choosing a business VoIP service with all of the bells and whistles if you can’t afford it? Fonality starts at $19.99 per user per month for its barebones system. This gives you access to unlimited calling, basic queueing services for incoming calls, and an auto attendant. If you want to add more advanced services, you have to bump up to the $24.99 service or to the $34.99 one. Again, Fonality is the cream of the crop when it comes to business VoIP, so this is the highest price you should pay if you’re not looking for any specific customizations or add-ons. RingCentral offers similar basic and intermediate pricing, but it also offers a $44.99 per user per month plan that includes HD videoconferencing for up to 50 users at a time.

VoIP tools such as Citrix Grasshopper and Microsoft Skype for Business are primarily geared toward videoconferencing, so you’ll pay much less per month. But you’ll lose the ability to make calls from a hardware desktop phone, you won’t be able to transcribe voicemail messages, and your system won’t automatically record every call for posterity. These are great services for companies that do everything from their laptops or tablets, but they’re not great for companies that handle a high volume of incoming and outgoing calls.

RingCentral Office - The Admin Portal lets you view a summary of reports on voice call activity

2. Smartphone Integration via Custom Applications

Your staffers are probably on the go at least some of the time, so you’re going to want a VoIP service that can travel with them. Unfortunately, not all VoIP providers offer mobile apps that deliver the same value and services as the desktop apps. All of the systems we reviewed offer solid mobile apps, but be careful as this isn’t an industry standard. Most VoIP services will offer call forwarding, which is a handy way to get calls delivered to your workers when they’re on the road. Those systems without a dedicated app won’t be able to create a log for these calls nor create voicemail transcripts if the call isn’t answered.

3. Call Routing and Call Management
Fonality offers extended services similar to what you’d find at a call center for a big box retailer. These options let you do things such as route calls from one rep to another after a few rings, provide a touch or voice menu, or hold calls within a queue until they are answered. Obviously, your videoconferencing-focused VoIP systems won’t deliver this kind of value. If that’s what you’re looking for, you should definitely choose a traditional desktop, phone-based VoIP solution.

4. Integration With Third-Party Productivity Apps

If you want your sales and service reps to be productive while on calls, you’re going to want a VoIP service that integrates with third-party apps. RingCentral, for example, offers a healthy dose of extensions, including, Dropbox, and Google Drive.

RingCentral’s extensions also include Microsoft Office and Zendesk. Fonality also offers integrations, including, and most Android apps. Make sure you run down the list of integrations before making your decision. If one of the VoIP providers jibes better with your software ecosystem than the others, that’s probably your best bet, especially if you handle a high volume of sales and service calls.

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5. Support

As with any product, the level of service you’ll receive is crucial to how well your service functions. Fonality offers 24/7 phone support, live chat support, and email ticket support for customers who experience issues. RingCentral offers 24/7 phone support for customers with plans for two or more users. If you’re a single user, you’ll only be able to get someone on the horn during 13-hour blocks Monday through Friday. RingCentral also offers 24/7 live chat support. If you run a global business with round-the-clock needs, you’re going to want to find a service provider that can guarantee your queries will be answered immediately (or at least in a timely fashion). If they can’t offer that, you might want to look elsewhere, especially if your phone system is the main method of communicating with clients.

6. Unified Communications

Your VoIP service provider can also be a one-stop shop for all of your communications needs. This means integrating your chat functionality, conference calls, emails, phone calls, video calls, and voicemail within one app. All of the services we reviewed offer this level of service, but not every VoIP provider will do this for you. This means you’ll be running disparate systems across your SMB, with no way to keep track of who received which message, on which device, and through which medium.

This isn’t necessarily a must-have feature, but it’s something you’ll want to consider, especially if you have employees who are using multiple forms of communication to contact one another. Think of it this way: You can use Microsoft Outlook, Microsoft Skype, Microsoft Dynamics CRM (customer relationship management), and Microsoft ERP (enterprise resource planning)—all on a Windows Phone—to conduct all of your communications, without ever leaving the interface. You can also do so without paying multiple bills and worrying about tying the apps together on the back end.

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Convergence of VoIP and UC Predicted to Drive the Global Temperature Mobile VoIP Market Through 2020, Says …

LONDON–(BUSINESS WIRE)–According to the latest research study released by Technavio,
the global mobile VoIP market is expected to attain a CAGR of over 28%
until 2020.

This research report titled ‘Global
Mobile VOIP Market 2016-2020
’, provides an in-depth analysis of
market growth in terms of revenue and emerging market trends. This
market research report also includes up to date analysis and forecasts
for various market applications, including freemium model, premium
model, and enterprise model.

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Converged applications such as UCs help companies increase
revenues and decrease costs. These also enhance productivity and improve
customer service. UC adds real-time call control, collaboration, media
handling, and integration of voice and data applications. IP-enabled UC
systems provide opportunities to integrate instant messaging (IM),
presence awareness, and features such as click-to-call,
click-to-conference, web and voice conferencing, web or multimedia chat,
and document collaboration through a common user interface
said Rakesh Panda, one of Technavio’s lead analysts for M2M
and connected devices

Convergence of fixed and mobile networks act as a positive driver
for VoIP. By migrating voice services to IP on fixed and mobile
networks, VoIP players are looking to introduce high-value services that
combine fixed and mobile voice, data services, as well as content. These
services are eventually anticipated to transcend all network and devices
added Rakesh.

Segmentation of global temperature sensor market by application 2015


Freemium model



Premium model


Enterprise model



Source: Technavio research


Global mobile VoIP market by freemium model

The mVoIP market has gained significant traction, driven by improvements
in the user interface and underlying technology. This market segment
exhibits a significant untapped potential in terms of customer base.
Therefore, most mobile VoIP organizations such as Skype are adopting the
freemium model to expand. These companies support advertising models to
obtain revenue so that they can maintain a strategic relationship with
communication service providers to continue their operations.

Hence, the proportion of income is anticipated to be lesser when
compared with premium and enterprise models. However, the number of
mVoIP customers in the freemium model will significantly increase during
the course of the forecast period.

Global mobile VoIP market by premium model

Few companies are providing carrier mVoIP for prepaid acquisition
aggression. For instance, in Germany, has launched an app that
is majorly positioned for long-term contract customers of the rival
carrier. This company provides flat rate mobile data packages with
expensive out-of-bundle mobile calling rates. This company provides each
new user with a credit of one Euro to make national calls or texts.
Registered users then top-up to continue the app usage before service
expiration. Users opt for the premium service model for making
international and roaming calls at low costs by availing inexpensive
calling plans offered by mVoIP companies.

Global mobile VoIP market by enterprise model

With advances in technology in VoIP and voice over long-term evolution
(VoLTE), data streams have become faster. Users have increased their
data usage with the continuing global deployment of 4G LTE networks. To
tap the potential of this market, mVoIP companies, such as Vonage, offer
different calling plans for small businesses and residences.

It is to be noted that VoIP increases business efficiency and reduces
latency, thereby facilitating effective decision-making. As mobility has
become inevitable in organizations, the enterprise mVoIP model has
gained significant momentum. This segment will likely witness steady
revenue growth over the forecast period.

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Next Level Telecommunications Announces Month to Month, No Contract Hosted PBX Service

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We’re helping our customers stay out of long, binding contract with other companies that include penalties and unfair requirements

Virginia company Next Level Telecommunications announced they have launched their new month-to-month, no contract hosted PBX service as of April 20th. The company wants to “turn the telephone service industry on its head with this new service,” said company president Wayne Potter. Next Level will give customers two PBX-service options (terms and conditions will apply) along with their current menu of business telephone services.

“We’re helping our customers stay out of long, binding contract with other companies that include penalties and unfair requirements,” said Mr. Potter. “When they sign up with us, we give them the choice of a month-to-month PBX hosting service or a 3 year contract with free phones.”

PBX, also known as private branch exchange, is a telephone service which allows businesses to use fewer hard-wired phone lines to connect their staff to their customers. It can lower the overall operational costs for a business while still giving external customers the same high-quality user-experience.

“We’re are extremely excited to offer these new conditions to our platform and want our customers to know that we are willing and able to make any deal that will benefit both the customer and Next Level as their service provider,” said Mr. Potter.

In addition to PBX service packages, Next Level offers phone packages to business customers that are tailored to their needs. With no pre-packages deals, the company is able to work with customers on a personal level and give them the level of service they need without paying for options they won’t use.

You can contact Next Level about their PBX service packages or learn more about their other business telephone system services by visiting their website at

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XO Communications Enables Increased Worker Productivity With Enhanced Hosted PBX Capabilities


XO Communications (XO) has enhanced its Hosted PBX (HPBX) solution by expanding its native video conferencing capabilities and integrating several of the leading Customer Relationship Management (CRM) systems as well as Skype for Business (formerly called Lync).

The integration of key CRM systems such as Salesforce stimulates user adoption by automating certain functions. For example, integration enables phone calls to be placed directly from CRM systems and automatically accessing customer records upon call connection. The Skype for Business integration allows users to leverage seamlessly all Skype collaboration tools while connecting phone calls through the HPBX platform.

Business customers leverage the XO HPBX service through the reliable and secure XO network. In addition to desktop HPBX phones, XO offers users the flexibility to access unified communications features on their computers and other mobile devices. The XO service now also supports multipoint video conferencing and allows customers to invite users not on the HPBX platform to participate in conferencing and collaboration sessions -– giving companies the option to consolidate all of their previously disparate services under one unified solution.

“With this release, XO meets the emerging demand for UC head-on, expanding beyond the video, audio, and web capabilities that have become table stakes in today’s UC marketplace,” said Bill Haskins, senior analyst and partner at Massachusetts-based market research firm Wainhouse Research. “In order for an enterprise to fully leverage their UC solution, it must confidently support both internal employees and external customers and guests, independent of which voice delivery technology is being used. Add CRM and Skype for Business integration and XO delivers a flexible UC platform positioned to maximize worker productivity, which is what unified communications is all about.”

“As more businesses adopt HPBX services, they continue to look for ways to ensure rapid user adoption,” said Jake Heinz, senior vice president of marketing and product at XO Communications. “XO is pleased to advance the integration of CRM systems with our HPBX service which makes it easy for workers to quickly leverage the full features of unified communications and their CRM systems.”

The XO HPBX service was honored with a 2016 Unified Communications Product of the Year Award given by TMC for innovation and ingenuity. Winners of the 2016 Unified CommunicationsProduct of the Year Award were announced in the April 2016 edition of INTERNET TELEPHONY magazine. The XO WorkTime™ application that enables users to access UC features on their computers and mobile devices, previously received Light ReadingLeading Lights and INTERNET TELEPHONYProduct of the Year awards in 2014.

Skype for Business is a trademark of Skype and XO Communications is not affiliated, sponsored, authorized or otherwise associated by/with the Skype group of companies.

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XO Communications provides the technology that helps business and wholesale customers compete in a hyper-connected economy. In the U.S., XO owns and operates one of the largest IP and Ethernet networks that customers rely on for private data networking, cloud connectivity, unified communications and voice, Internet access, and managed services. To learn more about XO Communications, visit or XO Communications is also on Twitter and LinkedIn.

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Wainhouse Research is an independent market research firm that focuses on critical issues in the unified communications and collaboration (UCC) market. The company conducts multi-client as well as custom research studies for industry vendors and consults with end users on key implementation issues. The firm also publishes a news blog, white papers and market statistics, and delivers public and private seminars as well as presentations at industry meetings. For more information visit

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Posted by CheapVOIPs - May 5, 2016 at 12:22 pm

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VOIP Features Explained for Telemarketing Campaigns

VoIPalso called asVoice over Internet Protocol, Voice over Broadband, Internet Telephony, IP Telephony, Broadband Phone, and Broadband Telephony refers to the voice routing conversations via Internet or any other network that are IP-based.

Below are the features of many VOIP providers offer for telemarketing campaigns used by outsourcing company businesses or what they called their virtual assistant.

Unlimited calling

Almost all VOIP providers have been offering total calling. Unlimited does not clearly mean “unlimited”. Almost all VOIP providers SAY unlimited, though for home VOIP use, what they clearly MEAN is “rationally unlimited”. If we begin regulating some-more than about 3000 to 4000 minutes per month of call time, you might get a notice about it, or they might even close you off. Commonly, especially during commercial operation company’s telemarketing campaign uses VOIP phone, a programmed auto-dialer do calls.

Caller ID

Caller ID is for inbound calls but VOIP providers requires an “extra charge” because packages like outbound and inbound calls are separately served.

Call Blocking

With this feature, we can hold back certain calls from entering. Again, this can be customized in addition from your phone for your unchanging phone lines, however additional charges may require.

Call Waiting

Obviously this is for incoming or inbound calls; listen to a tone which alerts you about an additional incoming call. You can press “flash” in between the calls.

Aside from its features there are different VoIP services commonly used today, here are some examples:

1.    ATA is the most common and simplest way of service using the Analog Telephone Adaptor device which converts analog signals to digital signals. It allows standard phone connection to your computer or internet connection for VoIP use. The converted analog signals are transmitted on the internet.

2.    IP phones are specialized phones resembling normal phones with cradle, buttons, and handset. The only difference is that a phone connector (RJ-11) is used by standard phones while an Ethernet connector (RJ-45) is used by IP phones. IP phones are directly connected to the router with all the necessary software and hardware in handling IP calls. IP phones that are Wi-Fi will also soon be available. VoIP calls can be done at all Wi-Fi hotspot.

3.    Computer-to-computer is the easiest method of using VoIP. Calling long distance is free. There are a few companies which offer free or very cheap software to make use of this method. The user only needs a microphone, sound card, speakers, Internet connection (via DSL modem or cable) and the software. However, the users need to pay the ISP monthly fee.

The advantages of VoIP service include drastic reductions in costs for international calls, and the elimination for the need for workers to be tied to one location. Employees can be moved from one office to another and retain their personal phone extension. Telecommuting becomes easier and costs continue to drop for communications and data networks.

As VoIP continues to mature, more sophisticated applications and features are being added. VoIP calls can now be made to cell phones and traditional landlines, increasing compatibility and ease of use. Regular telephones and handsets are now capable of supporting VoIP routed calls, and modems have been developed that can plug into a wall jack and take over an entire business office or house’s phone wiring.

Be it in office or at home, telephone is one of the fastest and reliable means of communication. If you are looking for an economical and effective means of communication for international calls, then VoIP is the ideal choice.

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Yeastar Announces Free Launch Webinar for the New S Series VoIP PBX

Xiamen, China and Dallas, Texas, May 4, 2016 – Yeastar (, a leading manufacturer of VoIP PBX systems and VoIP Gateways, announced a free launch webinar for the new S Series VoIP PBX. Held on Wednesday, June 1 at 13:00 CDT, the webinar will launch the completely reimagined SME telephone system solution – Yeastar S Series. Register now!

Yeastar has always been synonymous with affordability, dependability and innovation, now we have just got better, setting new standards by producing exceptional power and reliability, based upon the latest hardware and software technology.

Delivering cost savings, performance and efficiency improvements, the all new S Series is the culmination of 10 years experience in delivering solutions to the communication industry providing SME with a cost effective and dependable communications platform. More details about S Series are available on Yeastar website.

During the launch webinar, you will be amongst the first to learn about:

  • The new technologies packed into the Yeastar S Series
  • Yeastar’s open modular architecture, flexibility to meet customer’s increasing demands
  • How S Series drives productivity with advanced rich feature sets
  • The Yeastar three year standard warranty, giving you peace of mind
  • Yeastar’s industry leading margins, resulting in more earnings potential

Lucky draw at the end of the webinar!

Three lucky winners will receive, completely free of charge, the new S Series. Yeastar will provide two units of S20 (support 20 users) and 1 unit of S50 (support 50 users).

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Business VoIP Market 2016 Industry Trends, Analysis, Outlook, Forecasts and Study

The global Business VoIP market is also explained according to its competitive landscape and the level of effect that the regulatory framework can have on it.

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Brooklyn, NY — (SBWIRE) — 05/04/2016 — The research report also features profiles of some of the top players in the global Business VoIP market, which helps it explain their financial status, research and development activities, consolidation efforts, investment portfolio, and product portfolio. To put it simply, the report intends to be a prime and valued source of data and guidance for all the market enthusiasts and policy makers associated with it.

The readers of the market research report on the global Business VoIP market get a fuller perspective of the market, and a holistic approach towards understanding the market’s trends and dynamics on a more detailed plane. The approach focuses on the precision of data provided by the researchers. The qualitative approach has helped the researchers to create a highly relevant document to the current aspects of the global Business VoIP market. At the same time, the research does not compromise on the quantitative aspect of information, thereby disseminating as many details as possible, in the clearest of tones. The research report employs the SWOT analysis and Porter’s Five Forces analysis model to illuminate the major elements in the global Business VoIP market.

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With the help of tried and tested market measurement tools, the analysts who have worked on this report provide its users a descriptive examination of the global Business VoIP market, which can help them make well-informed and strategically beneficial business decisions. The details provided in the research report are a result of deep analytics that incorporate a macroscopic as well as a microscopic perspective. The report has been collated with the help of primary and secondary methodologies of research. The researchers have perused through historical data on the market and cross-linked it with the current developments in the market to map a trajectory of the global Business VoIP market for the near future.

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Table of Contents

Chapter One Business VoIP Industry Overview
1.1 Business VoIP Definition
1.1.1 Business VoIP Product Pictures Product Specifications
1.2 Business VoIP Classification Application

Chapter Two Business VoIP Manufacturing Cost Structure Analysis
2.1 Business VoIP Raw Material Equipments Supplier and Price Analysis
2.3 Business VoIP Labor Other Cost Analysis
2.5 Business VoIP Manufacturing Cost Structure Analysis
2.6 Business VoIP Manufacturing Process Analysis

Chapter Three Business VoIP Technical Data and Manufacturing Plants Analysis
3.1 2016 Global Key Manufacturers Business VoIP Capacity and Commercial Production Date
3.2 2016 Global Key Manufacturers Business VoIP Manufacturing Plants Distribution
3.3 2016 Global Key Manufacturers Business VoIP RD Status and Technology Sources
3.4 2016 Global Key Manufacturers Business VoIP Raw Materials Sources Analysis

Chapter Four Business VoIP Production by Regions, Technology and Applications
4.1 2010-2016 Business VoIP Production by Regions(such as US, EU, China and Japan etc)
4.2 2010-2016 Business VoIP Production by Product Type Application
4.4 2010-2016 Business VoIP Price by key Manufacturers
4.5 2010-2016 US China Business VoIP Capacity Production Price Cost Production Value Analysis
4.6 2010-2016 Europe and Japan Business VoIP Capacity Production Price Cost Production Value Analysis
4.9 2010-2016 US and China Business VoIP Supply Import Export Consumption
4.10 2010-2016 Europe and Japan Business VoIP Supply Import Export Consumption

Chapter Five Business VoIP Sales and Sales Revenue by Regions
5.1 2010-2016 Business VoIP Sales by Regions (such as US, EU, China Japan etc)
5.2 2010-2016 Business VoIP Sales Revenue by Regions (such as US EU China Japan etc)
5.3 2010-2016 Business VoIP Sales Price by Regions (such as US EU China Japan etc)
5.4 2010-2016 Business VoIP Demand by Applications

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Icelandic VoIP lines, mobile data traffic surge in 2015

The Icelandic Post and Telecom Administration (PTA) has issued figures for the telecoms sector for 2015. The number of VoIP lines surged, as did the amount of mobile data traffic used. Total telecoms investment in 2015 fell 3.2 percent to ISK 7.620 billion and total revenue rose 4.9 percent to ISK 54.834 billion.

Post- og fjarskiptastofnun said the number of fixed telephone lines in the country rose by 0.1 percent in 2015 to 141,846, of which 43,472 were VoIP lines, up from 29,879 the year before. Voice traffic fell by 10.2 percent.

Mobile data traffic surged by 67.6 percent to 10.23 million GB. There were 429,169 mobile subscriptions, up 3.3 percent from 2014, of which 383,919 were voice-only, up by 3.7 percent. There were 45,250 data-only mobile subscriptions, down by 0.3 percent.

Mobile voice minutes rose 1.7 percent. The number of SMS sent last year declined by 6.4 percent to 194,451.

The number of internet subscriptions grew 4 percent to 124,436 with 33,962 on fibre, a rise of 14.4 percent and 89,453 on xDSL, up 0.7 percent.

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