Virtual Number

A virtual number, also known as DID or access number, is a telephone number without a directly associated telephone line. Usually these numbers are programmed to forward incoming calls to one of the pre-set telephone numbers chosen by the client; either Fixed, Mobile or VoIP. A virtual number can work like a gateway between traditional calls (PSTN) and VOIP.

Subscribers to virtual numbers may use their existing phones, without the need to purchase additional hardware. A Virtual Private Number is a telephone number that forwards incoming calls to any of a number of pre-set telephone numbers. These are also called a follow-me number, a virtual telephone number or Personal Number.

Usually a virtual telephone number can be set to forward calls to different telephone numbers depending on the time of day and the day of the week; for example, between 9-5 on working days incoming calls will be forwarded to one's workplace, but in the weekends to one's cellphone.

The availability (and acceptable use) of Virtual Phone Numbers is subject to the regulatory situation in the issuing country.

Mass Mail Features:

Easy download and setup in 10 minutes
Works on any Windows desktop or laptop
Easy-to-use Graphical User (GUI) Interface for IVR design
Built-in support for email server integration
Fully integrated with BroadcastByPhone autodialer for outbound IVR applications
Fully integrated with Auto Reminder for outbound IVR applications
Built-in support for HTTP protocol for website integration
Built-in support for relational database access and management
Built-in support for Java programs and libraries
Built-in support for launching any external programs and getting back execution results
Single-click IVR application deployment
Remote Access to IVR application from any computer
Remote deployment for IVR applications
Call transfer to remote computer that runs Voicent RemoteAgent software

Mass Mail Pricing

Virual Number (Validity)
Amount (In Rs.)
1 Month
6 Months
1 Year