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1300 numbers and 1800 numbers are becoming more and more popular across Australia.
The absolute way to track calls from your online presence is to employ a unique 1300 number or 1800 number across your web site. This takes the guess work out of how many business calls come from your web site advertising.
Why not track more than one web page. Sophisticated tracking employs a unique 1300 number or 1800 number for each critical 'selling' page.
You'll soon discover which web page turns the most sales from your 1300 number or 1800 number call volumes.
FYI Messages on Hold is a telephone message on hold service provider. We specialise in recording, suppling and managing your telephone messages on hold system.
Sometimes you cannot avoid putting a customer on hold, but we have a way to turn this to your advantage.
Using Telephone messages on hold as a form of advertising is a proven successful marketing technique that not only makes your company sound more professional, but also helps to up sell and pre sell your products and services to your callers.
It is with pleasure that FYI Telco announces the launch of new and simpler FYI Telco Referrer Program.
It works like this:
FYI Telco will credit you a $25 referral fee for each new business that successfully applies for a business account and connects either a 1300 or 1800 number or a new Flash Number.
As an existing customer, you are in the best position to refer new business to FYI Telco.
Frday 3 May 2013: FYI Telco passes Commcom compliance assessment.
"You recently submitted (as applicable) your TCP Code Compliance Attestation, Statement of Independent Assessment, Code Questionnaire and Customer Information Compliance Statement through our online portal. Communications Compliance (CommCom) has assessed these compliance documents and we are pleased to advise that we are satisfied that you fulfilled your current obligations with regards to those documents under the Code Compliance Framework (Chapter 9 of the Code)."Read More