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AVOXI United States

AVOXI is a cloud communications provider focused on meeting the international calling needs of call centers, hotels, tour operators, and global enterprises looking to project a local presence.

AVOXI is a cloud communications provider focused on meeting the international calling needs of call centers, hotels, tour operators, and global enterprises looking to project a local presence. We provide telecommunications and enhanced VoIP solutions including toll free services, call recording, call termination, Cloud PBXs, call center solutions, toll free numbers worldwide, local numbers worldwide, SIP trunks, IAX trunks, DID/DDI numbers, business telephone systems, VoIP phone systems, web callback capability, and conference calling. When your business relies on a VoIP call center solution or international communications, you can rely on AVOXI to have what you need – when you need it – to save money, improve performance and optimize customer service.
For more information or to request a free consultation, please contact us today at 888.369.6389, via email at sales@avoxi.com or online at www.avoxi.com.

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AVOXI
1000 Circle 75 Parkway
Atlanta
Georgia ,30339
United States

Phone: +1.770.937.9735
Site: http://www.avoxi.com/
Contact Person

Aida Kamber / Integrated Marketing Manager
Phone: +1.770.202.2845
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