The Norway-based service provides telecommunications functionality via voice-over-IP (VoIP). Services include multi-party calling, voicemail and text notifications, text-to-speech conversion, and click-to-call anonymous bridge calls that connect two numbers by calling both and joining them to the call. Services also provide international call forwarding, so callers can dial numbers local to them while their calls can be answered by remote call centers. Functionality is available either as a hosted service or installed software.
API methods support connecting and managing conference calls and other multi-party contacts, bulk notification via SMS text messages and SMS gateway services, and anonymous bridge calling. Speech synthesis messages allow delivery of text content via voice calls. The API also supports sirect inward dialing (DID) and session initiation protocol (SIP) for cost-effective international calling.
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