Canada VoIP Provider AstraQom Acquires 1.888.99.TELECOM and Offers Vanity Tollfree for Businesses
AstraQom, Canada-based business voip, telecommunications, and I.T. service provider, announces the acquisition of a golden vanity toll-free phone number 1.888.99.TELECOM. It will assist its clients' current and potential customers, vendors and industry partners to easily remember and dial free from USA and Canada to AstraQom. Meet the company at CTIA Wireless 2012 booth 4853 in New Orleans May 8 - 10.
Ottawa, Canada, May 08, 2012 --(PR.com)-- AstraQom, Canada-based business voip, telecommunications, and I.T. service provider, announces the acquisition of a golden vanity toll-free phone number 1.888.99.TELECOM. It will assist its clients' current and potential customers, vendors and industry partners to easily remember and dial free from USA and Canada to AstraQom. In addition, AstraQom can enable small businesses and other types of organizations to choose toll-free vanity phone numbers that fit their mission and goals. The opportunity creates a situation where people and groups, who dial in to AstraQom's customers, hold high respect for them and can easily remember the numbers.
"Toll-free phone numbers which spell a word that relates to an organization's mission and services is a great advertising tool. They look so much better than just a set of digits. Plus most Voice over Internet phones and cell phones have keypads with the standard set of letters associated with digits 2 through 9. We pleased to be able to provide yet another great tool for our business customers at AstraQom," the company CEO Jonathan Sowah shares.
AstraQom is the corporation that takes care of many aspects of business communications and online presence via mobile application development services, virtual phone numbers from 60 nations, network security audits, all types of hosting, call center services, and more. The addition of toll-free vanity (also known as mneumonic devices that help callers to remember the number) phone numbers is another AstraQom offering that will assist in improving customer service, increasing sales inquiries, and setting businesses ahead of their competitors.
"The organizational need for toll-free numbers is crucial. Even Prince Edward Island Health Minister Doug Currie recently announced setting up a toll-free number devoted exclusively to helping Islanders find a family doctor. We believe when customers see or hear a number that they can associate to the company that owns it, the chance of remembering that number is increased. A vanity toll-free number is unforgettable. It will steer clients away from the traditional phone book or searching for services on the net. This is a good thing. It reduces the chance that one's competitors will take clients away. Besides, why would one's clients search for a number they already know by heart?" AstraQom VP of marketing and business development Suzanne Bowen adds.
According to Internet World Stats updated in March 2011, over 2.2 billion people use the Internet. There are almost six billion mobile cellular subscriptions according to the International Telecommunications Union in November 2011. AstraQom providers several business Internet services and now offers a way for those close to six billion to easily remember how to call any organization in the world with toll-free vanity phone numbers.
For more information and to sign up, visit http://www.astraQom.com. Follow and connect with AstraQom on Twitter, Facebook, and Linkedin. AstraQom team is also available in person at International CTIA Wireless May 8 - 10, 2012 in New Orleans, Louisiana, USA. The group at booth 4853 is providing media coverage for CTIA participants and are also assisting businesses, service providers, operators and carriers who will benefit from mobile application development, global DID phone numbers and SIP trunks, and vanity tollfree numbers.
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