Vox Communications is planning to support Windows Phone with its mobile VoIP service. The company currently supports Android, but it has since revealed that plans are set to launch versions on other platforms in the future. The first platform to receive such blessing will be iOS, but we are likely to see BlackBerry and Windows Phone on the horizon thereafter.
TruTwoer reports Vox will be looking at late 2013 or early 2014 for Windows Phone as the company wants to develop its WebRTC framework before reaching out and covering other platforms. Good news is a Windows Phone app is likely and will be a solution we believe many would come to utilise and depend on. Then again, Skype isn't so bad, right?
Source: TruTower; thanks, Bilesha, for the tip!
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