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5 Things You May Not Know About Voxox International Texting

Posted by Tristan Barnum on Thu, Mar 28, 2013 @ 08:00 PM

    

You've finally landed in Bali after an 18 hour flight from New York City and all you really want is to relax by the beach in the swanky vacation rental you secured online. But wait, before you can kick back you have to text the rental company so they can deliver your keys. Texting, not a problem right? Think again! International texting isn't cheap and high roaming charges will skyrocket your monthly bill... not exactly what you want to find in your mailbox after a week of R and R. So what are you to do?

International Texting

While traveling abroad can be a really fun and exciting experience, along with it comes the hassle and frustration of not only language barriers, but also technology barriers and that's where Voxox comes in. Now, if you have an iPhone (and know how to turn off roaming) Voxox can help make international texting very cheap and easy. In fact, here are 5 things you may not know about Voxox international texting:

  1. International texting with Voxox is super cheap. Just 1 cent for outbound SMS to U.S. and Canada; 2 cents elsewhere in the world.
  2. It's FREE to receive text messages to your Voxox number from anyone, anywhere.
  3. You can text from both the Voxox desktop application and from the Voxox Call iPhone app, all with the same account.
  4. When you're abroad, you can text from the Voxox Call mobile app while on Wi-Fi -- saving you from roaming charges and network fees!
  5. You can instantly translate foreign language text messages with the 2-way Universal Translator from the desktop or mobile app... for FREE!

Do you have advice on how to stay connected abroad without spending a fortune or have you used Voxox to save money with international texting? Share your stories with us in the comments below or by connecting with us via our social networks — Facebook, Twitter and LinkedIn. Happy travels!

Topics: iPhone, Voxox, SMS