Hosted VoIP for Business


Introducing VoxFōn, the new
generation of SIP trunking and
Hosted PBX solution for Business.

               has taken the complexities out of Hosted Business VoIP and made it easier to use and understand. No more vague pricing plans and extra charges for features you need. All our Business Hosted VoIP plans come fully featured with options like find-me-follow-me, voicemail to email, remote extensions and much more.

VoxFōn’s secure carrier class VoIP servers are hosted in data centres with redundant multi-carrier connectivity to deliver only the highest-quality voice services.

Find out why VoxFōn is the right Hosted VoIP for YOUR Business.


               Hosted VoIP for Business Features

  • Unlimited local calling (in/out)

  • Unlimited inbound voice channels

  • Canada/U.S. long-distance (person-to-person)

  • Bilingual IVR with extensions menu

  • (Automated Attendant)

  • Caller ID

  • Call Hold

  • Call Forward

  • Call Transfer

  • Call Park

  • HD quality voice

  • Remote Extensions

  • Voicemail

  • E911

  • Voicemail to email

  • Do-not-Disturb

  • Find-me

  • Follow-me

  • Ring Group

  • Call Queue

  • User portal

  • Call View

  • Call Reports

  • Music-On-Hold

  • Message-On-Hold

  • Remote Extensions

  • Paging

  • Fax-to Email


1-9 users: 


10-24 users: 


25+ users: 


 Save even more with term discounts

1 Year commitment: 

Save an additional 5%

3 Year commitment: 

Save an additional 10%

5 Year commitment: 

Save an additional 20%


What is VoIP?

VOIP is a simple way to name Voice Over Internet Protocol or put differently, phone service through the internet. With quality internet connection, phone service can be delivered through the web. There are different types of VOIP services, which include popular apps Facebook Messenger and Skype, which use VOIP technology to make voice calls. VOIP has been growing in popularity and people have been increasingly adopting this technology as a part of their daily tools. This technology has moved past simply replacing traditional telephones to adding voice and video calling capabilities to messaging applications. The reason for these changes have been driven by the convenience of internet connected devices and the affordability of VOIP phone systems compared to traditional copper wire phone service. VOIP is truly revolutionary technology that has the potential to completely rework our world’s phone systems.