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A toll free number is a telephone number that does not cost the person making the call. The recipient of the call – usually a business or customer service – pays for the minutes used. These numbers mean customers can reach businesses or services that aren’t in their local area, without being charged the cost of a long-distance call.
When a customer dials a toll free number, such as a 1-800 number, the telephone network switch point recognizes the number as toll free due to its prefix. The switch point then follows the routing instructions given by the owner of the toll free number, directing the call to the forwarding number requested – usually the standard number for the business or call center. The call is then transferred through to this existing business number, and the owner of that number is billed for the call.
This may sound like a lengthy process, but it occurs almost instantaneously. When a customer dials your toll free number, they can be speaking to you in seconds.
We offer a vast inventory of toll free numbers for businesses all around the world. Simply fill the form to get given in the Toll Free service page to get a toll free phone number.
Toll free numbers are most frequently used by businesses and customer service centers or hotlines who need to connect with customers all around the world. A toll free number allows quick and easy communication with customers, without them being charged long-distance calling fees for the call.
IVR or Interactive Voice Response is a technology which allows incoming callers to navigate a phone system before talking to a human operator. Interactive voice response (IVR) is telephony software technology commonly found in call centers. IVR allows businesses to interact with callers through a series of automated menus, often enabling the customer to self-serve for faster resolution. IVR is a technology that lets callers interact with call center systems via voice input or keypad without the help of a live agent. This enables callers to navigate through your company menu and quickly reach call resolutions. IVR systems can be used for mobile purchases, banking payments, services, retail orders, utilities, travel information and weather conditions. A common misconception refers to an automated attendant as an IVR. DTMF decoding and speech recognition are used to interpret the caller’s response to voice prompts. DTMF tones are entered via the telephone keypad.