Voice Carrier, an innovator and leader in Hosted VoIP PBX (News - Alert) business communication systems, recently launched Customer Referral Program for the customers of the award-winning Voice Carrier Office business telephone service. The program allows a customer to introduce a friend or business acquaintance to the enterprise-grade Voice Carrier (News - Alert) Office hosted VoIP phone service. Once the new customer has spent 60 days with the company, the referring company will receive a one-time $50 credit on the next billing cycle. There is no limit to the number of referrals any customer can give.
"In our case, employees are working in satellite facilities, so Voice Carrier's intercom and call forwarding features are a perfect fit, and Voice Carrier has features like follow-me, which are very easy to set up," said David Saxby, CEO of Measure-X, in a press release. "We can administer our PBX ourselves via the Internet versus having to call a phone company to have them do it, which enables us to make changes easily and quickly. Consistently excellent call quality is critical, and that's one of the reasons we went with Voice Carrier. From our experience, the truly important thing is follow-through, and response to our inquiries is immediate. Voice Carrier is the only truly responsive VoIP provider I have found."
"Our customers are extremely satisfied with Voice Carrier's Office product. It is very easy-to-use, affordable and a full-featured hosted VoIP service that runs in the cloud, and can be set up in minutes to reduce business phone bills by up to 70 percent," said Gary J. Johnson, President and CEO of Voice Carrier, in a statement. "At Voice Carrier, we are very proud of our service and customer support staff for providing the best VoIP business systems and service. Our many satisfied customers who are enthusiastically referring our service can now save even more off their monthly phone bill."
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Edited by Rich Steeves