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  • Advice Needed: 4 Different businesses and need 4 Different Numbers on One Phone
    If possible I'd rather be charged per minute for using the service instead of paying a set monthly fee, since the services that I've found like are pricey for us since we are brand new and dont expect a lot of calls in the beginning. - Source: Reddit / about 10 hours ago
  • Speed dials erasing daily polycom VVX400
    The config gets updated nightly, you need to make the changes thru the portal if that is a supported feature. - Source: Reddit / 4 days ago
  • Reminder Call System that works with Zoho One/CRM
    We don't mind paying for an additional system but we'd like it to link or sync with Zoho CRM. We use for calls so bonus points if there's a secret way to do it with that. :D. - Source: Reddit / 6 days ago
  • Please join
    It just said http//gartic anyways if your still here send me another link. - Source: Reddit / 17 days ago
  • Any way I can find the exact location of my iphone that was taken away
    My iPhone was taken away by my family and it's been 3 days since I've last had it. I tried using the find my however it is only giving the general area of where my phone might be. Any way I can find the precious location inside my house please thank you. - Source: Reddit / about 2 months ago
  • I've hit a wall
    Yes thing have changed. You might be surprised that how well domain values have held and increased. Back when I was paying attention to this stuff, I heard/read sold for 14M, and for low to mid single digit millions. Sorry I can't disclose details of my comparatively modest sale. I can tell you it was a generic/dictionary dot com that I bought for under 5k and owned for a long time. ... - Source: Reddit / 7 months ago
  • Best alternatives for google phone, messages, contacts apps?
    Messaging from for $20 a month or whatever it does a great job. - Source: Reddit / 8 months ago
  • Smart to dumb phone
    40 dollar per month subscription to send texts to your computer is "the key to making this work"?! If you can check your site four times a day, why not just... Check the phone the same amout of times without paying four hundred dollars for the experience of checking your texts from your computer screen instead of your phone. - Source: Reddit / 10 months ago
  • Switching to flip phone tomorrow. Any advice for preparing for the change?
    Get a account and put your phone on forward to that number. It's $40 per month but it'll be all you need. Your VM will be transcribed and sent to your email so you can check in on your COMPUTER and not your phone, so you un-tether yourself from the phone yet again, even for checking and responding to messages. - Source: Reddit / 10 months ago
  • Smart to dumb phone
    I think the key to making this work is setting up a account, it's $40/mo. FOrward your cell to the number, it will machine transcribe your emails and texts and email them to you. - Source: Reddit / 10 months ago
  • Looking for dumbest possible dumb phone
    I'll go without, a phone is not a necessity to me anymore. I have a account that I have all my phone numbers and texts go to that place and that's really it for me now. I check in on it four times a day and only when I've completed all the tasks I had planned to do during that time, then I check messaging again and recalibrate. I can't do that every two minutes when something goes ping or I can't... - Source: Reddit / 11 months ago
  • How do you keep business and personal phone calls and text separate?
    Looking for some options on the best way to keep text messages from customers and friends and family separate so it is easy to find my customers when I need to contact them. Is there an app that will let me sort messages by who they are from? I have a app with my business number, but that's not working out. It depends on internet connection which when I am traveling often doesn't work, and I've missed... - Source: Reddit / 11 months ago
  • About virtual phone numbers
    So I need a virtugal phon number, with a biut of research I found "mysudo" and "". - Source: Reddit / about 1 year ago
  • I'm looking for a newer car that won't spy on me
    Yup buy a burner from WalMart and take the battery out. Get a account and forward your calls from the burner to the account. It will machine transcribe your messages and email them to you. I have an easy time getting back to people within 4 hours during the day most of the time because I check my account and see what's there. - Source: Reddit / about 1 year ago
  • Suggest me: Safest Privacy Phone under 1k
    I route all my calls to a account which transcribes vm and emails the output to my workemail. I check in on each account four times a day and guess what that's enough, I have shit to do at work other than answer phone calls so leave a message and I'll get back to you probably within a few hours. Best I can do right now. - Source: Reddit / about 1 year ago
  • If you expect to earn your privacy you must give up your phone
    I think what it comes down to is you need a phone number with machine transcription to a protonmail account. On one tab is your account, on the other is protonmail. This is now your comms screen and you don't really need anything else. - Source: Reddit / about 1 year ago
  • Is the Pixel 4 XL the best degoogled phone? Also, how do you shut off the accelerometer>
    We might have different ideas about what a phone is for and how to use one. I use my phone as a telephone once in a while, but mostly for text messages. I tell people if they message me something to do and I don't have to ask any more questions I'll just do it and they'll get a notification. Once I got people used to that I switched my phone and texting to a number and now all my calls and texts are... - Source: Reddit / about 1 year ago
  • Looking to move from RingCentral, what are some similar providers?
    So many options to consider: dialpad, intelepeer, zoom,, vonage, Sangoma, and many others and also smaller local providers, dm me with your location if you like I can potentially introduce you to a local company running on a white label SIP platform, sometimes good to have local provider. You can also look into setting up your own on Open Source but not sure its worth the effort for 5-10 staff, unless... - Source: Reddit / about 1 year ago
  • How To Properly Evaluate Your ENS Names For Resale
    What is the .com price estimate on or ? For example: If you have "phone.eth", see what "" is worth. If it's worth a considerable amount, chances are your .eth name will at least be worth something. - Source: Reddit / over 1 year ago
  • Thoughts on property management tools for being more organized and professional? I own a multi-unit and deal directly with tenants by text/email for maintenance requests and etransfers for rent payment. Needs to be affordable.
    One last thing is where it may lack. One user on this forum subscribes to two additional services, for phone calls during certain times of the day, and showzoom (I think that is what it was called) to arrange tenant showings. Buildium has a different sub-vendor it uses that this person wasn't that thrilled with and needed something more powerful. - Source: Reddit / over 1 year ago
  • CRO is proof how important marketing is:
    Lol did you buy your phone from 🤣. - Source: Reddit / over 1 year ago

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10 Best Business VoIP Phone Services for Small Businesses (2020) is the best business phone service for small businesses. It comes with a call routing service, call forwarding, fax, caller ID, multi-line (conference) calling, and more. has both app-based and web-based panels to manage calls online.
11 Affordable Virtual PBX / Cloud Phone Systems For Small Businesses
Hosted PBX replaces your current phone company, routes calls through a router, and most likely uses IP phones Minimizes OPEX and results in major CAPEX savings. It is a professional enterprise-grade phone system that suits businesses of all sizes. It offers enterprise-grade features such as call forwarding, unified messaging (voicemail to email), call hold, find me/follow me, three-way conference, auto attendant...

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