VoIP.ms is committed to identifying and removing any barriers in relation to accessibility.
Each and every VoIP.ms customer deserve excellence.
While our customers are always at the center of our operations, we are aware of the accessibility challenges that our customers may encounter while using our services.
You can provide feedback on the barriers you experience when dealing with Voip.ms. If your feedback is about a particular issue, make sure to be descriptive and include details such as the date and the service involved.
Your feedback will be considered as part of our continuous commitment to accessibility. Some feedback could be addressed immediately, and some shall be addressed in the development of our future accessibility plans. The feedback we receive and how VoIP.ms considers it will also be included in our progress reports.
To provide accessibility feedback, or to request a description of our accessibility feedback process in an alternate format, we recommend using our accessibility web form below.
A description of our accessibility feedback process is available in the following alternative formats:
- Large print,
- Audio format,
- Other electronic formats that are compatible with adaptive technology
You can submit your feedback anonymously, although we may be able to better serve you if you provide your name, phone number, and email address. Stay assured that this information will not be shared with any third party. To provide feedback anonymously, please use the accessibility web form while leaving your name and email fields blank.
We will acknowledge your feedback automatically when it is sent through email or our accessibility web form. Feedback received through phone and live chat shall be acknowledged by the VoIP.ms employee with whom you are communicating.By contacting us, you agree to the collection, use and storage of your personal information provided to us for the purposes of responding to you and improving our services. Each piece of feedback sent to VoIP.ms shall be retained, in an electronic or print format, for at least 7 years.
The designated person responsible for receiving accessibility feedback is Christian Rangel, Director of Customer and Employee Experience.
Submitting your feedback
Our team is available to reply to any feedback you may have: