Framlingham-based cloud telecoms firm X-on launches Cuube online services platform
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Cloud telecoms company X-on, based at the Framlingham Technology Centre, has launched Cuube, a new online communications services platform.
It offers a quick way for users to buy a new phone number for their business, set up a phone conference or contact thousands of people via phone or SMS text messaging.
Cuube services include email to voice, email to SMS and bulk SMS, which can be trialled online free of
“Conference Calling is easily set up,” said an X-on spokesman. “Each time you visit the Cuube site you are provided with a unique PIN – you just need to advise the attendees of the PIN and phone number and that’s it. Register for a free Cuube account and you’re provided with a dedicated PIN you can use anytime, plus scheduling and invitation facilities.
“Phone numbers are available for a very low monthly rental with simple administration via your Cuube account. The range of geographic, non-geographic and freephone numbers include Silver and Gold numbers, which make it easier for your customers to remember, and to dial, your number.”
X-on, which was founded in 2000, processes several million SMS and call minutes per month across a range of industries such as healthcare, food and hospitality, IT, retail, telecommunications and the emergency services.
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Clients include household name brands such as Kelloggs, Bupa, Makro and Fujitsu.