Asterisk voice prompts for Asterisk, Trixbox, FreePBX®, Callweaver, Elastix, a2Billing & AsteriskNow

Westany is the number one provider of international voices for Asterisk and voip telephony.

But that’s for a reason, we have more than 100 languages available from the top voice artists in the world and can record anything you need.

We regularly record full language products for many different telephony systems for the top companies in the world. But were also giving back… hence the many languages you can buy at great prices for Asterisk… our system of choice.

Custom voice prompt recordings from €9.97 each.

If you want to build a custom IVR that guides your customers when you answer the phone, want to record some adverts on hold or simply need to have your company name recorded, then our custom recording service is for you.

Not only do we record your voice prompts at fantastic prices, but we can get them back to you in a few days, sometimes as fast as a few hours.

You can order from as little as one single voice prompt or as many messages as you need. So if you want a short greeting or a fully blown IVR Systems then were here to help.

Your customised voice prompts are recorded by the same voice artist as our language products to provide a seamless telephone experience. Learn more



Trixbox, the original
'one click' asterisk installer.

Trixbox is a great open-source application that reformats a standard PC into a fully functional PBX with all the features of Asterisk along with some other great tools for extending Asterisk.

All our languages are professionally recorded to fully exploit the power of Trixbox straight out of the box.

Trixbox, formally know as Asterisk@Home allows you to pop a CD into an old PC, that your probably not using, and turn it into a fully functioning PBX.

What’s really amazing about Asterisk and Trixbox is that you don’t need a high powered PC to install the software onto. You can get the full functionality out of an old PC that is sitting in the corner gathering dust.

It usually takes about 1/2 an hour to transform your PC into a fully featured telephone system, but after the initial installation it might take you a day or so to get used to the vast range of features.



FreePBX®, the open source Asterisk configuration interface

FreePBX® is the graphical user interface of choice for most asterisk users.

It was the first user interface that allowed you to use the full features of Asterisk without digging into the code and rolling your own version. It has since become the main interface used by Trixbox and many other companies.

We have supported the platform since it’s inception and continue to do so. It’s still the best extendable Asterisk interface out there.

It now allows downloadable updates so you no longer have to install ‘when your ready’.

At the click of a button you can update the system to the latest version and be secure in the knowledge that you won’t be hacked, and you’ll have the latest features.

Version 3 of FreePBX® will also support FreeSWITCH™. Newly designed with the developer in mind to create a friendly platform development platform.



Asterisk, the pbx and AsteriskNow the software installer

Asterisk is, of course, the open source platform we use to create the new VOIP industry. Yes there are others, but this is the big beast in the market.

The fact that it’s open source and not closed source, is why we have a voip industry to start with. No longer do the big Telco’s have dominance, we can change that...

And were doing so... but. It doesn’t mean that Digium or Mark Spenser, the creator, of Asterisk can get big brother over us either.

But they are doing something towards the effort of not leaving FreePBX® and Trixbox as the only “big brothers’ in the market. So they have created their own “one CD install’ called AsteriskNow. And it’s their own flavor of how you do things “Asterisk wise” But regardless, we support them anyway and release languages that support their efforts.


FreeSWITCH: Scalable pbx

FreeSWITCH is a scalable, multi-protocol, open-source, cross platform soft switch. The FreeSWITCH telephony platform is built for stable scalability and can interconnect and route most popular protocols using audio, video, text or any other form of media. It supports communication technologies such as Skype, SIP, H.323 and GoogleTalk making it easy to interface with other open source PBX systems such as sipXecs, Call Weaver, Bayonne, YATE or FreeSWITCH. Learn more

blue.box: Configuration

blue.box maximizes the power of FreeSWITCH and is hosted at 2600hz. blue.box makes it easy to configure and manage your freeSWITCH installation though their easy to use online interfaces. 2600hz powerful open-source projects help you build and manage rich, customized VoIP services. From a fully functional FreeSWITCH and FreeSWITCH configuration GUI to a next-generation monitoring and management toolset, they help make VoIP easy.Learn more

FusionPBX: Configuration

FusionPBX is an easy to use open-source configuration GUI for freeSWITCH. It can easily be used on a single computer or scaled to a multi-tenant PBX such as used in a full blown call center or as a fax, voicemail, conference or voice application server. FusionPBX's web based interface makes it especially easy to modify the FreeSWITCH xml files that are used throughout FreeSwitch to configure the telephony system. Learn more




Callweaver, the community driven software PBX project

Callweaver is a vendor-independent, open source, cross-platform PBX software project.

Formally known as OpenPBX, it was originally derived from Asterisk but now offers aditional features including official support for operating systems including Linux, FreeBSD, NetBSD and MacOS X as well as running on virtual machine installations such as Xen, VMware and VPS.

As well as extensive cross-platform support, the Callweaver team focus their efforts on making the software PBX as reliable and efficient as possible using some of the best libraries available.

Tests have confirmed that Callweaver surpasses the reliability of Asterisk and many users that have migrated to Callweaver confirm this.



Elastix, the open source telephony software package

Elastix provides an impressive list of features. It integrates numerous software packages, each with an extensive feature set.

As well as allowing the creation of third party modules, Elastix also includes new easy-to-use user interfaces and detailed reporting capabilities, making it one of the best software packages available for open source telephony.

The appliance software offers support for a variety of telephony hardware, including OpenVox, Digium, Sangoma, Rhino Equipment, Xorcom, Linksys & Cisco.

Elastix focuses on 3 primary goals, modularity, reliability and ease-of-use. All these elements combined make Elastix a strong contender when chosing an Asterisk-based PBX.



A2Billing & Star2Billing, the soft-switch billing solution

A2Billing extends the functionality of the Asterisk PBX by offering a soft-switch billing solution.

The impressive array of features include self contained billing, converged services, rate calls as well as preparing & sending out invoices.

Star2Billing is the commercial arm of the open source project A2Billing. They offer extensive services from installation to configuration and customisation. Star2billing is the same code base as A2Billing so you have the same set of extendable feature set. If you need to be sure of the security of your A2Billing installation then contact Star2Billing and use their services instead.