March 13, 2008
Toktumi's VoIP Service Launches Public Beta Today
Client Toktumi, a free VoIP solution for small businesses that offers an enterprise-grade hosted PBX, is launching their public beta today. You can set it up in five minutes and try it out before committing to paid calling privileges.
Each Toktumi line includes a phone number, inbound and outbound calling, call transfer, an auto-attendant that can forward to internal or external numbers, conferencing for up to 20 people, visual voicemail, call waiting as well as many other features.
Toktumi also includes Search Dialing, which taps address books and online search engines to allow users to call any number by entering a name or keyword describing the person, company, product or service for which they are looking.
Toktumi can be used as a softphone, although the company offers an adapter that allows customers to connect regular telephones to their PCs. Business owners may opt to start with a free version, which gives them a phone number, voicemail, and free calling and conferencing with other Toktumi users worldwide.
The complete, paid version is $12.95 per month for each line, and enables calls to most regular phones worldwide for only two cents per minute plus allows customers to select their phone numbers or port their current number to Toktumi.
Toktumi’s features and functionality are hosted in enterprise-grade data centers, ensuring reliability, and allowing calls to be answered or forwarded to other phones when the customer’s PC is offline. InformationWeek talks about it here.
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Toktumi is really a great new service. It seems that the hosted PBX space is really heating up as I know of a few other new competitors which will be launching shortly.
For true Visual Voicemail you can like Toktumi to a SimulScribe account and have all of your voicemails trancribed, especially important for the busy person.
James Siminoff, CEO
Posted by: James Siminoff | Mar 14, 2008 8:11:10 AM