Didxl rolls out local termination services in 22 countries

Didxl rolls out local termination services in 22 countries

Poland-based provider of international geographic telephone numbers (Direct Inward Dialing or DID and International Toll-Free Services or ITFS) DidXL has announced the availability of a new local termination outbound calling service in 22 countries.

The service is designed for Cloud Communications providers who need to deliver local SIP outbound calling. DidXL has been providing DIDs to the industry for over ten years and offers origination in over 100 countries, said a press release from the Warsaw-headquartered company.

The list of countries DIDs supporting local outbound calling includes Angola, Brazil, Chile, Costa Rica, Denmark, Estonia, Germany, Greece, Hungary, Israel, Italy, Lithuania, Malta, Mexico, Poland, Russia, Singapore, Slovenia, Sweden, Thailand, Ukraine, and the United Kingdom.

While it may be possible to receive a call on a local number via Session Initiation Protocol (SIP) anywhere in the world, local operators are now starting to block calls with the CLI of local numbers arriving on their international gateway switches from outside the country, it noted in the press release. This has led to a pressing demand from Cloud Communications providers for easy and direct global access to local termination networks via SIP, it said.

"To solve this industry problem, Didxl has created a new extension of its popular DID services, enabling local in-country calling in more than 20 countries, with plans to increase the coverage to 40 countries by September 2021," DidXL said.

“The rapid growth in demand for Cloud Communications has been facilitated by the ability to use telephone numbers to enable a smooth transition from legacy PSTN systems,” said Nils Oudejans, Chief Executive Officer of Didxl. “We are excited to extend our DID services with outbound calling. This allows our customers to keep pace with evolving industry standards and continue to grow their VoIP businesses internationally.”