MumbleBoxes was created in 2010 by Brian Stolz, a gamer who was tired of paying the high costs associated with Ventrilo and Teamspeak servers. After finding out that the majority of the cost of those services was licensing fees, he thought there had to be a better way.

At the time mumble was not very well known or used. Providers were charging as much as they did for Ventrilo and Teamspeak services, and banking the profit earned from lack of licensing fees.

Brian believed that he could create a service where the user pays a fair price and receives a better service. And so, MumbleBoxes was born.

Being gamers, we understand that you want reliability. Maintenance is never done during peak gaming hours. We also have gone the extra step to have a completely redundant setup where each server is really actually two servers. Each server works in a pair that has automatic failover incase of hardware issuses. We understand how frustrating it is when you are killing a boss, after 10 attempts you get the boss to 15% and your voice server goes down.

Mumble has become much more popular in the last few years. We believe the best is yet to come.