Voxbone Becomes First Licensed VoIP Provider to Enable Inbound SIP Trunks from South Korea

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Voxbone today announced that it has become the first licensed DID provider to offer inbound SIP trunking services from South Korea.

Voxbone said that it now enables its customers to extend their voice networks into South Korea via its VoxDID service, ensuring compliance with local telecommunication laws.

The service is initially available from South Korea's five largest cities including Seoul, Busan, Incheon, Daegu, and Daejeon.

Voxbone said that it has experienced strong growth of its global VoxDID service, as evidenced by a traffic increase of 38 percent in 2013.

"Voxbone is proud of this accomplishment," said Itay Rosenfeld, CEO of Voxbone. "Given South Korea's economic importance, we have seen strong demand for SIP trunking services from our customers for this country. Accordingly, we have made it a high priority to provide this service in South Korea."

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