Most companies operate telephone lines as a channel for communication for all of their services - from customer advice to sales to complaints. This is absolutely fine, especially because telephone numbers allow for a direct connection through to the department that you need to speak with. However, many companies operate a system where they advertise numbers for customer services that are charged at a premium rate, but when the sales lines are free to call.
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The most common uses of this service are competition lines, premium support and tipsters. Premium support lines generally use a form of group diversion service where the caller is patched straight through to a member of the customer services team and if the first person is engaged it moves on to the next person and so on until the caller is connected. The competition lines works with a switchboard, an answer phone and two information lines. The caller is then asked to select an answer to a…Continue
The facts, plainly and simply: many people around the globe are making absolute fortunes with premium rate number services. Potentially, it can be an extremely rewarding business venture. It's the kind of business venture that can financially stabilize a person’s future.
Indeed, these services have been with us for the best part of 30 years, and they're still going strong today. Why? Because the premium rate number market is an adaptable market. It's a flexible market. It's a market…Continue
The most common uses of this service are competition lines, premium support and tipsters. Premium support lines typically use a type of cluster diversion service wherever the caller is patched straight through to a member of the client services team and if the primary person is engaged it moves on to the following person so on till the caller is connected. The competition lines works with a telephone exchange, associate degree answer phone and 2 data lines. The caller is then asked to pick…Continue