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Burner Mobile Apps to Run on Bandwidth

Ad Hoc Labs' Burner app connects with Bandwidth's Application Platform.

November 4, 2013

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RALEIGH, N.C. -- Bandwidth, the leading choice for innovative and scalable voice, 9-1-1 and SMS solutions, today announced that Ad Hoc Labs has chosen Bandwidth’s Application Platform to power its popular Burner App.

Named one of Time Magazine’s Top 10 Apps of 2013, Ad Hoc Labs' Burner mobile apps enable users to instantly activate a phone number as a private line on iPhone or Android devices for voice and SMS communication. Burner is beneficial as a privacy layer in many situations, from posting contact information on social media, making transactions on classified sites, online dating, professional use by teachers, doctors and lawyers, and more.

Ad Hoc Labs is able to scale its Burner App across a rapidly growing iOS and Android user base using Bandwidth’s nationwide voice and messaging network and the company’s Application Platform APIs. In addition to gaining better scalability and cost control, Ad Hoc Labs benefits from a rapid and easy technical integration. Working directly with a national provider would normally involve building and running a VoIP network. Because Bandwidth provides the platform and a nationwide voice/SMS network, the technical integration process is very efficient.

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