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Voxox, Passage Telecom Roll Out Cloud Phone To Empower Small Businesses In Nigeria

Voxox, innovator in cloud communication solutions and operator for business communications systems for small businesses in the United States under Cloud Phone and VoxDirect brands, and Passage Telecom, a leading Nigerian ISP have partnered roll out cloud phone to empower small businesses in Nigeria.

As part of the agreement, Passage Telecom is white labeling Voxox Cloud Phone and is now offering the service in Nigeria under the brand, Business Call Solutions, complete with Nigerian telephone numbers. Voxox is partnering with operators worldwide to jointly operate the Cloud Phone solution. This is the first implementation of Voxox Cloud Phone on the African continent. Passage Telecom currently serves Nigerian customers with premium internet services.

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“Nigeria has 41.5 million SMEs and we are excited to partner with Passage Telecom to offer these businesses a simple, convenient and economical way to modernize their business phone communications,” said Bryan Hertz, CEO, and co-founder of Voxox. “Cloud Phone and it’s integral TextMeIn Text Message Marketing platform enable the micro businesses to work from anywhere, which is a critical capability during the Covid-19 pandemic and the following new normal. We look forward to working with Passage Telecom to further maximize the impact of Cloud Phone in the Nigerian market.”

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“Our goal is to enable small businesses in Nigeria to access enterprise-level products at an affordable price, Passage being one of those offerings in our suite of digital services. It is an incredibly useful solution for today’s micro SMEs and entrepreneurs on-the-go, thanks to its host of work-oriented functions that easily turn any smartphone into a call center,” said Seyi Akinseloyin, Passage Telecom’s CEO “We are pleased to partner with Voxox to empower small businesses in Nigeria.”

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source: independent

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