VoIP Inc. said it has doubled the size of its existing national network infrastructure to better serve new customers and provision increased traffic.
The Orlando, Fla.-based company said it was building out its own facilities in order to replace and expand its services in uncovered areas in the United States. VoIP said it was building out its network into four unnamed states.
Additional expansion is slated to continue throughout the year, ultimately enabling the company to offer services in 21 additional states through use of its own network to more than 200 million subscriber and enterprise lines.
“We continue to expand our network, driving and supporting increased revenue and improved margins,” said Shawn Lewis, COO of VoIP Inc., in a statement “We have also begun to build new network deployments in four additional states which have demonstrated the next highest volume of traffic, which should further decrease costs once completed and drive new business.”