This guide is designed for you, the owner of a thriving business. We understand that as your business grows, your communication needs do too!
You are no longer a one-person shop—with many employees and a number of departments, your needs may be more complex and require flexibility. Below, you’ll find a complete setup guide for your growing business, including the following features:
- A toll-free number for your dedicated business line
- A combination of desk phones and mobile apps to place and receive calls
- A customizable menu (IVR) system
- Custom voicemail greetings and inboxes for each employee
- The ability to receive voicemail notifications by email or text message
- A dedicated toll-free number to send and receive faxes
- A dial-by-name directory for all of your employees
- The ability to set schedules to manage calls during and after business hours
- Flexible call routing with queues for your sales or customer-service teams
- Recording of all your inbound and outbound phone calls for quality-control review
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Setting Up Your Phone.com Account and Devices
The phone features listed in this guide are interdependent. We recommend following the setup steps in the order they are presented.
- Adding a United States Local Number
- Forwarding Calls to Your Phone.com Number
- Adding a Toll-free or Vanity Number
- Transferring Your Toll-free Number to Phone.com
- Ordering a New Phone or Adapter
- Bringing Your Own Phone to Phone.com
- Connecting Your IP Phone or ATA to Your Internet network
- Adding and Activating Your Voicemail Greeting
- Changing Your Voicemail Password
- Setting Up Email or SMS Notifications for Your Voicemails
- Checking Your Voicemail Messages
Congratulations! After following this guide, you’re ready to do business with Phone.com.