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We Now Offer Local and Toll-Free Numbers in the UK and Australia

When it rains it pours—and when it snows, it really snows!

Last week, we brought Santa in early this year to send you off into the weekend with a brand new voicemail transcription feature. As it happens, the old man dipped a tad too deep into the liquor last night and hasn’t quite recovered his senses, so it looks like the holiday season is here to stay.

And what’s under the tree this time around?

[Drum roll please]

Local and Toll-free phone numbers for the UK and Australia.

Tea cups and kangaroos—is that cool, or what?!

You can now communicate with your clients in the former Empire and in the Land of Oz at local rates, just as if you were tuning your wristwatch by the Big Ben or watching 'Big Ben' on the big stage at the Sydney Opera House.

Once and for all, forget all about long-distance charges. Happy Aussies, happy Brits, happy Americans—a real Anglo-Saxon celebration!

Add an International Number to any plan

An international number can be added to any of our price-plans for no additional fee. This means that virtually all our US customers can get one, whether they’ve been good or bad.

You’ll have to give us a call at 1-800-750-6878 at the moment to have one set up—but in a month or so we’ll have international numbers integrated into our back-end so you’ll be able to do it all by yourself, just like you did when choosing your local or toll-free US number.

Local Sites coming soon to the United Kingdom and Australia

But that’s not all. If you thought we only share the festivities with North Americans—boy, have you got us wrong.

In 2-3 months, we’ll be rolling out local sites in both the UK and Australia, so if you own a business in either of those fine countries you’ll soon be able to start using our awesome service too—and this means today’s news applies to you, vis a vis.

You’ll not only be able to get local and toll-free numbers to serve your local clients, but dip into the pool of local and toll-free numbers here in the US to reach your North American audience.

So now you have it. Pints and ponies all around!

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posted by Maty Grosman @ 11:48 AM