San Diego's cloud-based communication service provider Voxox has commercially launched Cloud Phone, its new virtual private branch exchange service.
Intended to address the needs of business users who require specific telephony features that go beyond the scope and use cases of Voxox consumer applications, the Web-based Cloud Phone provides a dedicated business telephone number, supports multiple users per account, and integrates call routing and voicemail-to-email delivery.
The service is being offered with three subscription options, ranging from $19.95 to $49.95, with a 30-day free trial.
"We know small business owners and entrepreneurs need cost-effective, easy-to-manage solutions so that they can get on with their core business," Bryan Hertz, CEO and co-founder of Voxox, said in a release.
Cloud Phone, Hertz added, takes full advantage of the company's unified communications service delivery platform in a small-scale design and all-Web interface.
The service is being pitched as a solution for professionals who want to be perceived as more established, but who don't have the resources or need to install a sophisticated business phone system.