Voicemail has been an essential tool in business for many years. It has allowed companies to retain business and communicate with clients more effectively. However, the business world is always adapting and as such it may be time to move on. In today's markets, more and more businesses are turning to answering services.
Call statistics is a vital service that can provide you with information on not only calls you answer, but also calls you miss.
In the age of pay-per-click advertising and online shopping, it can be easy to think that the days of calling a business are gone - but at CallReady, we know that having a great business calling system for your customers is still the best way to secure your image as a trustworthy, helpful, and responsible business!
Want to present a professional image for your business whilst making it easy for people to reach you without having to pay expensive call charges? Then 0330 numbers are for you.
For virtual businesses or entrepreneurs, being able to answer calls while on the move is a must. Many business owners don't realise that they can automatically transfer important calls from a landline to a mobile phone. In this post, we look at how you can always be accessible with call transferring, even on the go.
A virtual number, also known as direct inward dialling or access numbers, is a telephone number without a directly associated telephone line. Usually, these numbers are programmed to forward incoming calls to one of the pre-set telephone numbers.
0800 numbers are non-geographic UK phone numbers where the receiver is charged for the call, rather than the caller.
The very first point of contact a customer has with your business creates a lasting impression. Did you know that 85% of people whose calls aren't answered will not call back or leave a voicemail? Make sure that's not an issue for your business with your very own telephone answering service from CallReady.
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What can a freephone 0800 number do for your business?