Business Landlines Trump Domestic Landlines
The Best Way to Switch
Savvy business owners will opt to have a business landline. For small businesses, the temptation to use your domestic landline is understandable – it’s right there. But, don’t. This could be an awfully expensive mistake.
A Broken Down Peek at the Advantages
Look the Part
Having a separate line for your business will give you a more professional appearance. It also circumvents the risk of your family members picking up the phone, and makes sure that you avoid losing valuable customers due to the line being engaged.
The old ‘all work and no play’ burden…
Having a distinct work-phone landline will allow you to maintain a healthy work-life balance. Because, let’s face it, no one likes to be hassled about business whilst watching the soaps in their jim-jams…
It’s cheap, so you save
The volume of your call influx will be higher than that of a domestic customer. Because of this, suppliers have created a range of tailored and highly cost-effective packages designed to meet the needs of small businesses.
All small businesses, by law, can deduct costs from their turnover if they were incurred during efforts to raise revenue. If you use a domestic phone for work it makes it far more complicated to make a distinction between the calls.
If you wish, you can Include
- 3-way calling
- Call Management System
- Call Diversion
- Call waiting and caller display
- Capped calls
- Rejection of Anonymous Calls