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Legos Selects Voxbone’s Extended Inbound Voice Services

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Legos Selects Voxbone’s Extended Inbound Voice Services

Voxbone selected for its global coverage and carrier-grade quality of service

Legos announced today that it has selected Voxbone’s virtual local phone numbers (often referred to as DIDs) to extend the reach of voice services for its international customers. Voxbone has been selected by Legos for its ability to extend coverage on a global scale, while providing carrier-grade quality of service. As part of the agreement, Legos will integrate Voxbone’s DIDs into its own services, extending its global reach to more than 55 countries and 8,000 cities.

In 2007, Legos was the first fixed and mobile telephony operator offering its services exclusively in “white label” mode to local operators and integrators. Legos first began to supply its services to “city networks” and voice integrators, targeting the general public and business customers. In early 2015, Legos became a full mobile virtual network operator (MVNO) via an agreement with Orange. Today, Legos delivers services to more than 225,000 end-users, and handles more than 15 million telecom minutes per month.

We believe that this partnership with Voxbone will further support Legos’ aggressive international expansion and our “white label” service strategy toward business markets,” said Pascal Prot, CEO and founder of Legos. “Key factors in our decision to choose Voxbone are its coverage, the focus and excellence of its teams, as well as its proven reputation for delivering a carrier-grade network.

Legos has built a reputation in France as being a reliable and economically viable provider of voice services,” said Dries Plasman, VP Marketing and Product Management at Voxbone. “By selecting Voxbone, they can offer the same value propositions in new regions around the globe.


About Legos

In 2007, Legos was the first fixed and mobile telephony operator offering its services exclusively in “white label” mode to local operators and integrators. Legos first began to supply its services to “city networks” and hot-spot ADSL operators targeting the general public. Now Legos provides SIP Trunking to local integrators and operators serving local professional and business clients. For its fixed telephony service, Legos has numbering resources across all French departments as well as location-independent numbering resources and 06 and 07 prefix numbers for its mobile telephony service. Legos also operates its own MVNO (Mobile Virtual Network Operator) services in order to offer comprehensive mobility and convergent solutions to its clients.

Early in 2015 Legos announced it was starting full MVNO activities using the technical infrastructure of Orange France.

Today, Legos delivers services to more than 225,000 end-users and monitors more than 15 million telecom minutes per month.

With a five-year growth rate of 449 %, Legos ranked 12th of the French Telecommunications Sector in the 2012 Deloitte Technology Fast 500 EMEA report, which recognizes technology companies that have achieved the fastest rates of revenue growth in Europe, the Middle East, and Africa (EMEA) during the past five years.

Legos is a member of APNF (Fixed Number Portability Association), GSMA and of the FFT (French Telecommunications Federation).

More information on www.legos.fr