Why You Should Have A Toll Free 800 Number

Why You Should Have A Toll Free 800 Number

Posted by on Apr 24, 2014 in Entreprenuer |

There are a number of reasons for having a toll free 1800 number for your business including making it easier and more convenient for customers to contact you, as well being able to operate a virtual phone system that you could, in theory, administrate from your cell phone.

Perfect For Small Business Owners

The virtual phone system that we’re referring to comes complete with a toll free 1800 number which costs less than 15$ to set up, and I believe you also get 500 minutes per month for around 10-20$.Toll Free Phone numbers

Get To “up” The Presentation of Your Business

Having a toll-free 800# tells your customers you are in business, well established, and ready to resolve whatever problem they may have. Also, having a toll free number, or any phone number for that matter, equates to instant credibility for any website online, mainly business sites.

Some of the most attractive features of 800 numbers are those of call tracking, detailed call reports that can be accessed, call forwarding, the ability to hold conference calls and voice mail. One of the favorite and most used features of 800 numbers is the call-forwarding feature. This allows calls that come in to a business to be forwarded to a personal home phone number or a cell phone number. This gives clients the ability to get a hold of someone any time of day, and also allows the owner of a business or a corporate manager to keep their personal phone number private. Source

Before you make another move, look into getting a toll free phone number for your business, you won’t be sorry.

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Remember the Stiletto Murderess? She Got Life in Jail

Posted by on Apr 23, 2014 in Interesting News, The Criminal Element |

A Houston jury heard from Ana Trujillo, the woman convicted in the “stiletto murder,” for the first time today as she re-enacted how she killed her boyfriend with her shoe.

Trujillo, 45, was found guilty Tuesday of murdering Dr. Stefan Andersson of Sweden. She was accused of bludgeoning the 59-year-old University of Texas medical researcher to death by hitting him 25 times in the face, head and arms with the heel of her shoe — a blue suede closed-toe pump, size 9 with a five-and-a-half inch heel.

She faces a maximum sentence of life in prison.

She ended up getting life in prison. (Read on)

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