Frequently Asked Questions+ How do I register for a Viovo Telecom account?
A: You can call us at 1-888-880-8056, Or you can fill out the contact form.
A: We always do our possible to have you up and running. Customer support is an important part of our philosophy. We'll do the best to help you no matter the type of equipment you are using. We can have a technician enter your server and configure the basics for you (Working trunk and extension).
A: All of our Viovo Telecom Servers are automatically provisioned once the order is placed, it passes our fraud screening and the invoice is paid. This is an automated process and if everything goes smoothly you will have your hosting instructions emailed to you within 5-10 minutes. Customized Servers/Clound PBX can take up to 24 hours to be provisioned from the time we receive the order and payment is made.
A: To order upgrades the package you can email our support team via email@example.com or you can order the upgrades via our Client Portal. Your existing configuration and data will remain same after upgrade.
A: We accept PayPal, Western Union, Wire Transfers and Credit Cards.
A: At the moment, we have DID numbers available for USA in 49 states and 4 provinces of Canada. We also have USA toll free numbers. We have international DIDs available in 30 countries.
A: Yes, you can access your Call Details report online. It is updated every 60 seconds.
A: When you check the call details report, there is a column indicating the rate and the date of the change.
A: The main office is located in New Brunswick, New Jersey and we also have an office in Shanghai, China for our Aaia market. Credit Card charges are made in US Dollars (USD) Currency.
A: Viovo Telecom fully redundant core network and backbone connectivity consists of eleven sites, located at five states (Virginia, California, New York, Washington and Illinois). Our network offers extremely low latency, no packet loss, and, best of all, direct connectivity to all major global Tier 1 backbones and other major networks & Internet Service Providers (ISPs).