○ Wherever you go, the all-new Cox Voice Everywhere app allows you to bring the capabilities of your Cox Voice service on-the-go with you. With a robust set of features and functionality, all you need is Wi-Fi or a mobile network data connection to access all the benefits of your Cox Voice service wherever you are. Whether you’re making or taking calls, listening to or managing your home voicemail, your smartphone is now your key to unlocking the power of Cox Voice service from everywhere. All your family members can share the Cox Voice Service with the app on their smartphones and there can be up to 4 active calls at the same time, independently of any call with home phone.
■ Overall Voice features: Make and receive calls from anywhere and access your Cox Voice features such as Call Waiting from your app just as you would from your home phone.
■ Access Cox home voicemail: Listen, read voicemail transcripts right from your smartphone. Any changes you make to your messages will sync across all your phones.
■ Access your contacts on the phone: Easily connect with everyone you know, right when you need to by accessing your phone contacts.
■ Long Distance Calling At No Extra Cost*: Having Cox Voice service on your smartphone also allows you to take advantage of all your long distance calling just as you would from your home phone at no extra cost, avoiding expensive charges from hotels or your wireless service provider. (*Billing is based off Cox Voice service plan of customer.)
Ratings and Reviews
Increase in Fake Calls Since Activating
Ever since activating this app, we have started to receive a high volume of fake calls that do not even register as missed or recent calls.
The app does forward real calls too as advertised, but it seems strange that we started getting so many phantom calls that do not register as calls. I think I wish we could opt to get the old call forwarding feature we had with our service through Cox Connect.
Has anyone else noticed a high volume of fake calls after starting to use this app?
Terrible quality. and supportq
While it does provide access to cox phone voicemails (which preciously worked better within Cox’s other app), they’re not tying. I attempted to use the call forward feature where cox phone calls are routed to my iPhone. When I attempted to set the switch in Settings, a message pops up that directs me to the Settings>Voice Everywhere to enable the microphone, but there’s no such setting. Going to ios Settings>Privacy>Microphone brings no joy. The “Info” tab within the app tells me to “feel free to reach out to them”, but provides no means to. When I called Cox tech support, they had never heard of this app... yet it’s the only way to listen to voicemail !!! Argh.
Just tried to use this app because hopefully I can block the unwanted calls that Nomorobo REFUSES to block on my landline. I tried to turn on the switch to allow incoming calls to the app, and it wouldn’t turn on, saying I needed to allow it to access the microphone. Follow instructions and NO SWITCH TO TURN ON MICROPHONE. Uninstalled and reinstalled the app. Logging in, I gave the app permission to use the microphone. Tried to turn the allow calls to app and guess what, it says I need to allow access to the microphone. I JUST DID, STUPID!! So, I go to the settings again, turn the microphone access switch off and in, and go back to the app. SAME BLEEPING RESULT!! WHAT PART OF THE MICROPHONE IS ON AND ALLOWING ACCESS DOES THIS STUPID APP NOT UNDERSTAND?!?
With Family Sharing set up, up to six family members can use this app.