Connect Communications Release New Call-Answering App

Connect Communications is a telephone answering and virtual receptionist service in the UK. For over eight years, they have delivered telecommunication services to businesses of all sizes.

Roslin, United Kingdom - December 7, 2019 /NewsNetwork/ —

Roslin, UK – The telephone answering service Connect Communications have recently branched out into the market for smartphones and tablets. As part of these changes, they are pleased to announce a new Android-powered connect call answering app that works on countless wireless devices to help businesses connect directly with their customers.

The new application went live on 28 November. It works in conjunction with the core call-and-answer service offered by Connect Communications. The call answering app is targeted at existing subscribers and those who wish to subscribe. It enables their clients to reap the benefits of Connect’s services on the go. The app allows clients to access all of their messages, view their divert or smart number, and contact their account manager.

One benefit of the application is that it runs on real-time. This means that as soon as a message has been taken, it will be available to view. It also allows users to view and filter all past messages by a date range, a single date, or a billing period.

At present, the app is not available for iPhone and iPad users. However, Nicky Walker, senior marketing director at Connect Communications, has made it clear that adapting the app for the iOS platform is part of ‘the next stage of development for the app’. He has projected that the next stage of development will be complete sometime next year in 2020, assuring that availability of the service for iPhone/iPad users is soon to come.

Connect Communications have been operating a call-and-answer and virtual receptionist service for over eight years. Their receptionists perform a range of inbound call-answering services on behalf of the client’s business, including scheduling appointments, processing product orders, and responding to customer queries. These services have proven beneficial for businesses that do not have in-house receptionists and staff to direct calls on a daily basis. Connect Communications provide this service for an initial 30-day free trial and a low cost of £19.99 per month.

The company is excited to launch the new call answering app for smartphones and tablets. They invite interested parties with enquiries to contact Connect Communications for more information.

Contact Info:
Name: Nicky Walker
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Organization: Connect Communications
Address: Stobo House, Roslin, Midlothian EH25 9RE, United Kingdom
Phone: +44-330-333-3777
Website: https://www.connect-communications.co.uk/

Source: NewsNetwork

Release ID: 88938039

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