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Quick Guide: Managing Your Time with Phone.com Schedules

  You don't want your business phone ringing all times of the day and night, and you certainly don't want it ringing through to your mobile number on the week end! Phone.com Schedules let you manage how calls are handled evenings, weekends—any time really! With schedules, you can specify a set of... Read More

Creating a Professional Voicemail Greeting for Your Business

  Many people get nervous when recording a voice message. Add to that the pressure you might feel trying to create a professional greeting for your company's phone number! Here are a few tips on planning and recording a voicemail greeting for your business, followed by the Phone.com tools that make it much easier... Read More

Should Small Businesses Ditch Voicemail?

How do you reach your customers and how do they reach you? We're not talking about the online storefront you just unveiled, or the color mailers going out to your target neighborhoods. We mean talking to your clients the good old fashioned way, on the phone. And when you don't reach... Read More

Why Generation Y Won’t Answer Your Voice Messages

Do you dislike leaving voice messages for friends and colleagues? You're not alone, especially if you're between the ages of 18 and 34. Research shows that millennials, also known as Generation Y, shy away from leaving voicemail, in favor of texting or using services like Facebook Messenger and Snapchat. Recent articles in... Read More

Our Customers Value Voicemails on the Go!

These days, more and more people are working out of their offices or in the field. Few companies need a receptionist or a physical answering machine to take messages. When you're on the go, Phone.com makes it easy to get a voice message as soon as a caller leaves one... Read More

VoiceMail Transcription Saves The Day

If it wasn’t for Phone.com’s VoiceMail transcription service, my entire checking account could have been emptied out. It seems that some credit card bandits used my Visa debit card to charge 76 cents from a place in Kansas. I can only guess where they got the number from, but I... Read More