Voxbeam Adds New Portuguese Language Option To Website
Orlando, Florida, Feb 15, 2013 (PRWeb.com via COMTEX) --
The wholesale A-Z termination provider has released an updated version of its website to offer Portuguese as a language option to visitors viewing the website. The company already offers Spanish and English language options on the website as well as local customer support. The decision to add Portuguese as another language was taken to help support the company's growing international audience. Visit the Voxbeam Portuguese website.
Users visiting the website from a Portuguese speaking country will automatically see the Portuguese language site. Other users can still view the website in Portuguese, Spanish or English if they want to by selecting from the 'language' drop down menu at the top of the page. If a customer needs to speak to a member of the customer support team they will also be able to speak to an advisor in Portuguese, which will help resolve any queries as efficiently as possible and maintain customer satisfaction.
The President of Voxbeam, Paul Cusack, said 'We are delighted to be able to add localization to our website and we hope it offers us a gateway to new customers as well as making the site more accessible to our current customers.' Visit the new Portuguese website.
Voxbeam is one of the world's leading wholesale VoIP termination providers. Founded in 2008 in Orlando, Florida, the company provides high quality voice termination to over 200 countries and 2000 fixed and mobile networks. The company services have been designed to help service providers, fixed and mobile operators, calling card providers and ITSP's outsource their international call termination. Voxbeam prides itself in providing retail quality voice termination to international destinations on all the available service plans it currently offers, from Direct IP Voice through to Wholesale DIDs.
If you would like more information about this topic, or to schedule and interview, please call the press room at +1-407-802-3845 or email press(at)voxbeam(dot)com.
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