What are Voyced Internal numbers?

They are full-blown VoIP accounts, with the only real difference being that they can't be dialled from outside the IPPBX (so no direct calls from your customer) but can be used in many ways within the IPPBX.
This could be used for extensions, Follow-Me, IVR function, etc.

And using the Voyced Internal numbers will also ensure that each VoIP device has it's own and unique endpoint, which makes the whole setup much more reliable and much easier to maintain and there are no outside laws governing where they can or can't be used (totally geography free).

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