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VoX Communications launches Ojo Vision Digital Video Phone Service

December 29, 2010

VoX Communications Corp., a wholly owned subsidiary of Pervasip Corp. and a provider of wholesale Voice over Internet Protocol (VoIP) telephone services and smartphone applications, has launched the Ojo Vision Digital Video Phone and service. This new addition will be featured as one of the company’s core product offerings. 

VoX has built a strong reputation in the industry as one of the first companies to offer this unique voice and video solution as a viable alternative to home phone replacement. The company has targeted the consumer and business-class commercial sector with its latest innovation. 

Pervasip's Chief Information Officer, Mark Richards, said in a statement, "Based on the growing consumer and business demand—bringing the Ojo Vision to our customers this year was very important to us. We are very excited to become one of the first companies to be able to offer this incredible product to both our retail and wholesale customer base. 

“We have seen many video products over the years, and until now, none came up to our rigorous testing standards of quality—it surpassed even our high expectations of what a video phone product should be. The user experience from the minute the phone is unboxed is painless and the device brings immediate satisfaction to the consumer from the moment it is powered on," added Richards.

Users will have a true-to-life video calling experience, as well as access to a full suite of traditional calling features such as caller ID, call waiting and 3-way calling. Enhanced video features have also been added, including 3-way video conferencing, unlimited video calling and the ability to connect to a large screen LCD or TV.

Features included with the Ojo Vision Digital Phone include high quality video over a 7-inch resolution LCD digital screen, plug-and-play installation, enhanced contact list with snapshot pictures, the option to display to external monitor or TV and the ability to work as a digital photo frame when not in call use. 

For rates starting at $9.95 per month, VoX Digital Calling Plans include: the Ojo Vision Digital Video Phone (starting at $249.95 with no service contract); unlimited voice calling in the U.S., Canada and Puerto Rico; low rate international calling; unlimited free voice and video calling to other VoX customers. 

In other VoX Communications news, unified communications reported that the company plans to partner with Nimbuzz to offer the VoIP application for Android, which will allow the Android user to make inexpensive long-distance calls directly from their mobile phones.

Susan J. Campbell is a contributing editor for unified communications and has also written for eastbiz.com. To read more of Susan’s articles, please visit her columnist page.

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