Phone company also expands music on hold and greetings delivery
Boston, MA (PRWEB) October 28, 2008
Phone.com, “The New Phone.Company,” today announced a new service called Text-Voicemail that allows its Virtual Office customers to receive their voicemail messages transcribed into text and emailed directly to their email account of choice.
“With the introduction of our new Text-Voicemail service, our customers can enjoy additional added value from their Virtual Office service along with the other benefits from our robust set of features,” said Ari Rabban, CEO at Phone.com. “Our Virtual Office service is growing strongly since we launched back in December 2007, establishing Phone.com as a major player in the Virtual PBX, Toll Free Numbers provider and small business market.”
Receiving voicemails transcribed into emails eliminates the need for customers to log in to a voicemail account or to play messages from a PC or phone. The Text Voicemail service also allows easy review of voicemails from within a noisy environment or other situation when a phone call or PC is not available.
Users can save their voicemail messages in a searchable text format without the need to save large voice files, making it easier to forward voicemail content.
Phone.com Text Voicemail costs only 25¢ per message for Virtual Office customers and can be enabled or disabled at any time.
Phone.com Expands Phone Greetings Capabilities
Phone.com also expanded its new Phone Greetings Center that includes several recording options for primary and secondary phone greetings, music-on-hold and much more.
The Greetings Center makes it easy and extremely affordable for customers to record phone greetings that enhance their company image and improve their reach to clients and customers. Users can choose from a wide variety of professional voice talents, their own voice or use the free text conversion tool for a synthesized male or female voice.
Phone.com is a one-stop portal and phone company offering a suite of innovative, economical phone services designed for entrepreneurs and households. Powered by VoIP and SaaS technologies, the company currently offers its first two Internet-based communications products, Virtual Office for small businesses and Home Phone for consumers with monthly plans starting at as low as $9.88. Phone.com’s mission is to leverage its memorable domain name, its competitive telecommunications capabilities and its outstanding 24/7 customer support to service a significant market share of SOHO (small office/home office) businesses and households.
Phone.com, founded in 2007, is headquartered in Boston.
For more information about Phone.com, go to http://www.phone.com or call 800-998-7087.