Vox.io radically simplifies mobile VoIP

This app out-shined all of the others at a start-up panel at SXSW, and is attracting the attention of venture capital firms.

By Mark Sullivan, PC World |  Unified Communications, voip

For now, vox.io makes its money by charging users 1 cent per minute for domestic voice calls, and 10 cents per minute for international calls. The rates are very similar to those of Skype and Google Voice.

Tomaz says the app is really a hybrid of a free-standing app and a browser-based service. Like a web service it enjoys easy access to the web and like an app it easily exploits the phone hardware--namely the microphone, speakers, and camera.

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