Mobile Landline Numbers are the future of businesses whether you are a sole trader or a multinational business. You will find that most mobile phone companies from EE to O2 now offer a multitude of packages for businesses of all sizes to start using mobile landline numbers. There are such a vast range of reasons why any business owner should switch and below we have detailed just a few.
- Statistics have shown that most people in the UK- despite living in the mobile age, still feel more comfortable calling a landline number when contacting a business. As a result, using a mobile landline number will help to generate more calls by making you look professional as a well-established businesses that has a base. It also helps to reassure people when they think that they are contacting a local business that only works in their area.
- Having a mobile landline means that you can be on the go whilst answering calls. You can be anywhere in the world and be available to answer a call at any time. Not having to go back to an office and return missed calls saves a lot of time and is more likely to get your business if you are always available.
- Your productivity can also be substantially increased by not having to go back to the office where your landline is to check missed messages. By spending more time with customers you can work more efficiently and in the long term, gain a better reputation.
- Most packages for Mobile Landlines has fixed prices so that you know exactly what you are paying out each month.
- Despite the call being directed to a mobile, your customers are safe in the knowledge that they are only paying their local standard landline charges when calling you. One of the biggest problems customers have when calling businesses is the extortionate call charges they encounter. With a landline number you will never have this problem and maintain customer satisfaction.
- Often these packages come with a range of online tools to help you control and customise how and when you are contacted. This means you can choose your contact hours, have voicemails forwarded to your computer and even check your statistics of what times of the day you are receiving the most business and from which areas.