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A 1800 number is a toll-free number—that means anyone can call it free of charge. Businesses generally use these numbers so that their customers can call them for free regarding their products and services. Some companies even use words or their company name in their 1800 numbers (1-800 COLLECT, for example) to make their brand more recognizable in the market they are operating in. With TollFreeForwarding.com, you can avail of a 1800 number for your business, and help expand your business to reach the markets you would like to capture.
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Trying is always free. However, if you are willing to get a 1800 number through TollFreeForwarding.com, you can rest assured that there's no catch. There are no setup fees, no need to get new equipment, and no contracts when you set up a 1800 number with us. Businesses can save on their budget with our 1800 numbers as a result, and allocate the money elsewhere.
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TollFreeForwarding.com wants you to serve your customers in the best way you can. This means a fast three-minute activation and you're on your way. Make use of features through the web-based setup such as time-of-day call routing, voicemail-to-email and fax-to-email as well, giving you a wide array of options that you can make use of.
Is your customer service team spread out across the country, or even the globe? Make use of simultaneous or sequential ringing—anyone from anywhere can pick up the number if you attach your number to the phone. This means customers will be served as quickly as possible, boosting your company's reputation.
Don't necessarily have an office just yet? You can forward any calls to your 1800 number to your landline, PBX, or mobile phone, giving you the flexibility to work from anywhere. Give your customers a familiar tone with local ringback tones as well. You can get your free 1800 number—make sure you choose TollFreForwarding.com as your provider today.