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Overview via the public Internet or via a private interconnection with Voxbones core
network in the SuperPOP closest to the customers network infrastructure.
With Vox800, Voxbone provides local toll-free phone numbers from To ensure quality of service for call delivery via the public Internet, Voxbone
various countries for direct inward dialing (DID). Calls to these telephone is directly interconnected with 12 Tier-1 global Internet carriers.
numbers are converted from PSTN to VoIP and are transported to
anywhere in the world over Voxbones intercontinental private IP
backbone. In a growing number of countries, existing telephone numbers Service Applications
can be ported to the Vox800 service.
Vox800 is used for business applications that require inbound calling.
Calling toll-free numbers is free for the caller. Consequently, a per- Typical applications include:
minute fee is charged to the Vox800 customer. The per-minute fee
varies among countries depending on the type of network from which Virtual local telephone numbers for international businesses
the call originated. Wherever possible, Voxbone offers its customers the International access numbers for:
possibility to block calls per type of originating network, a feature known Teleconferencing services
as Calling Party Category (CPC). Voice applications and IVRs
Call centers
Calling-card service providers
How it Works

Voxbone operates as a licensed telecommunications service provider in 55+ Technical Specifications

countries. In the majority of these countries, Voxbone has its own telephone
number ranges and local network infrastructure and has porting agreements Protocol SIP
with local operators and national regulators. In other countries, Voxbone has
long- term leasing agreements with local Tier-1 carriers. Codecs G711a, G711, G729

CLI E.164 CLI, localized CLI

As illustrated in the following diagram, calls to these numbers originate from
DTMF RFC 2883, SIP info
fixed, mobile and payphone telephone networks and are then converted to
VoIP (SIP) by a VoIP/media gateway. The call is then routed via redundant IP CPC IETF draft-mahy-iptel-cpc-06
links to the nearest SuperPOP in Brussels, New York, Los Angeles, Frankfurt
Failover DNS-SRV, backup URI
or Hong Kong. From there, it can be transported to anywhere in the world
Load balancing DNS-SRV

Security TLS

Other supported RFC 3323 (Privacy mechanisms for SIP), RFC 5806
specifications (Diversion indication in SIP)