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    Secureint
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    For those that do telemarketing on a daily basis, what do you use for your business calls?

    The only options I’ve seen so far is a Business VOiP at $175 per 800 calls to landlines, or amaysim which is a bit sketchy and they threatened to charge without notification.

    What other options do we have?

    Thanks!

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    Assuming that you use your full quota, $175 for 800 calls equates to roughly 22 cents per call which isn’t fantastic

    Your options would depend on number of users, infrastructure, total number of calls etc.

    An IP phone setup could be your best option and these can vary considerably in price and call quality. Might be worth taking a look at a Hosted Voice product.

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    Assuming that you use your full quota, $175 for 800 calls equates to roughly 22 cents per call which isn’t fantastic

    Your options would depend on number of users, infrastructure, total number of calls etc.

    An IP phone setup could be your best option and these can vary considerably in price and call quality. Might be worth taking a look at a Hosted Voice product.

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    Is that 800 calls per day or per month? Skype allows 50 free calls per day to landlines which is about 1500 per month.

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    Is that 800 calls per day or per month? Skype allows 50 free calls per day to landlines which is about 1500 per month.

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    The Amaysim terms state that they will monitor your calls for excessive use. They also say that it is for private use. I considered using them however these items put me off.

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    The Amaysim terms state that they will monitor your calls for excessive use. They also say that it is for private use. I considered using them however these items put me off.

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    Secureint, post: 111911 wrote:
    For those that do telemarketing on a daily basis, what do you use for your business calls?

    The only options I’ve seen so far is a Business VOiP at $175 per 800 calls to landlines, or amaysim which is a bit sketchy and they threatened to charge without notification.

    What other options do we have?

    Thanks!I might be missing something, but my mobile has unlimited calls to mobiles and landlines all over Australia? Why not use something like that?

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    Secureint, post: 111911 wrote:
    For those that do telemarketing on a daily basis, what do you use for your business calls?

    The only options I’ve seen so far is a Business VOiP at $175 per 800 calls to landlines, or amaysim which is a bit sketchy and they threatened to charge without notification.

    What other options do we have?

    Thanks!I might be missing something, but my mobile has unlimited calls to mobiles and landlines all over Australia? Why not use something like that?

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    Optus Fusion plan is for small businesses and has unlimited calls to mobiles and landlines. At $110 inc GST which also includes a 500GB internet plan, I am yet to find anything better than it

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    Optus Fusion plan is for small businesses and has unlimited calls to mobiles and landlines. At $110 inc GST which also includes a 500GB internet plan, I am yet to find anything better than it

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    MatthewKeath, post: 112372 wrote:
    I might be missing something, but my mobile has unlimited calls to mobiles and landlines all over Australia? Why not use something like that?

    A lot of the plans are intended for private use. If you read the fine print they exclude making volume calls to businesses.

    I think it must be a difficult thing to control as most small business owners will have a standard plan. My concern was in relation to sales people making high volume calls to potential customers.

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    MatthewKeath, post: 112372 wrote:
    I might be missing something, but my mobile has unlimited calls to mobiles and landlines all over Australia? Why not use something like that?

    A lot of the plans are intended for private use. If you read the fine print they exclude making volume calls to businesses.

    I think it must be a difficult thing to control as most small business owners will have a standard plan. My concern was in relation to sales people making high volume calls to potential customers.

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    MatthewKeath, post: 112372 wrote:
    I might be missing something, but my mobile has unlimited calls to mobiles and landlines all over Australia? Why not use something like that?

    Yes, agree It will be a nice option and ideal for those, need to do more callings…

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    MatthewKeath, post: 112372 wrote:
    I might be missing something, but my mobile has unlimited calls to mobiles and landlines all over Australia? Why not use something like that?

    Yes, agree It will be a nice option and ideal for those, need to do more callings…

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