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June 16, 2010

eVoice Introduces a Free New Android Mobile Phone Application

By Deepika Mala, TMCnet Contributor

eVoice has launched a new Android (News - Alert) mobile phone application which can be downloaded for free. With the introduction of the Android app, the eVoice subscribers can now easily manage their business on the go.

Owing to the app, it has become possible for mobile professionals to route incoming business calls to multiple phone numbers, including cell, home office, home phone, etc. 
The dilemma faced by various mobile professionals such as 'How can I maintain my professional image and availability to my clients and customers when I'm away from the office?' is very much solved by eVoice.
The Android Application integrates key features currently found in eVoice's web-based application, including:
*Click to Call/Caller ID: This feature allows eVoice subscribers to maintain a professional image when making business-related calls from the Android by allowing the user to return calls directly from within the message, while displaying the user's eVoice number as the outgoing Caller ID
*Message Search: Saves time by eliminating lengthy voicemail searches. Messages that have been converted to text can easily be retrieved using keyword search
*Enhanced Dialing: Speed dial allows important business contacts to be reached with one touch directly from within the app, displaying the eVoice phone number as the outgoing Caller ID
A choice of three plans is offered by eVoice, starting as low as $12.95/mo and including: choice of toll-free or local number; auto attendant; call routing; enhanced voicemail; voicemail-to-text; customized professional greeting; conference calling; online account administration and call history; custom hold music; and more.
'Google's (News - Alert) Android mobile operating system has continued to gain momentum since its introduction, and smart phones are increasingly becoming a central component of a business professional's communications toolset,' Mark Meyers, director, voice services for j2 Global (News - Alert) Communications, Inc, said. 'With features such as Click to Call and Enhanced Dialing, the new Android Application makes it easier for eVoice subscribers to project a professional image when doing business from a mobile phone.'
In related news, eVoice, a virtual voice service for small- to medium-size businesses, has made available local Canadian phone numbers available to the U.S. market. This would help small and mid-size businesses in the United States to create their virtual offices in Canada with a few easy steps.

Deepika Mala is a contributing editor for TMCnet. To read more of her articles, please visit her columnist page.

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