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ConXhub allows you to make & receive calls from any number - so you can run all your businesses on the one mobile phone.
Utilise multiple numbers by condensing them into one mobile whilst protecting your privacy
Create local numbers to call customers & increase pick up rates by up to 68%
Make international calls without worrying about the cost
A landline number is just the same as what is referred to as a phone number. A landline is different from a cell phone number because landlines use a metal wire or cable to transfer a voice call while a cell phone uses radio waves.
A landline phone is also known as a ´hard-wired´ phone line because there is a physical connection between the phone equipment and the place where it is located. Normally, this connection is a phone jack that is visible on the wall and has a phone line connected to it. Some also refer to a landline as a POTS line which stands for “plain old telephone service.” And most people that have a telephone in their home are using a landline service.
If the owner of a landline number is busy or unavailable, a landline may be forwarded to other telephone numbers or to a professional answering service so that the inbound call can be answered. Landlines can also be programmed to allow for “call waiting” so that two or more conversations can be maintained on the line.
How do mobile landline numbers work?
A mobile landline number (or pocket landline numbers as they are also known as) are where you can receive a new landline telephone number and route it to your mobile number. This means that businesses can have a fixed line number – but have the flexibility of answering the call whilst you’re out and about, ensuring that no important calls are missed.
Many providers offer a wide range of business phone numbers for the UK, so you can have a number for any UK area code – which is vital for any small business as customers prefer to call landline numbers which are local as it increases credibility. A mobile landline number is also a great way of expanding your business into new areas, without the cost and risk of taking on new premises and staff, just order a new number for that STD area code and forward it directly to your mobile.
You can even make outbound calls using your virtual landline number as your outbound caller ID. This can be available through VoIP/SIP extensions, which also allow you to receive calls for free.
Be local to your customers, no matter where they are! Doesn´t matter where your actual physical office is…now you can stay close to your clients even if they live in Australia! Install a number for any country you want and let your clients call you without incurring long-distance fees. Do business as if you’re right across the street.
Make and accept calls using any device
Incoming and outgoing calls can be made using whatever internet-enabled device you have at the moment, be it a smartphone, tablet, laptop, PC, or SIP phone.
Making it easy
Your number has no attach to a physical phone line, so you can keep it if you decide to move. What’s more, we don’t force you into any long-term contracts. Feel free to use our services for exactly as long as you need them!
A professional image – Using a virtual landline number gives you all the professionalism of having a landline while maintaining the flexibility of your cell phone. Landline number builds trust among clients. No one will find out it is virtual and mobile.
Design the logic of calls tailored to your business process, direct and reroute calls to any internet-enabled device and take calls everywhere in the office or at home. Most providers will give you an app to use.
What is Virtual Landline?
Virtual Landline is a cloud-based telephony service that allows you to divert your incoming calls to a phone number of your choice
Virtual Landline International Call Forwarding Options
Forwarding international calls just got a whole lot cheaper! You can have your customers, family and friends contact you on a UK telephone number without having to worry about the cost of answering the call internationally.
From a minimal monthly fee, you can now use Virtual landline number to initiate overseas call diverts. If you own a UK Virtual number that diverts to mobile, then you can be anywhere in the world and receive calls. This is ideal for people traveling who need to contact friends and family but want to avoid the high international tariffs, or an employee that works remotely in another country, or even a business with other company bases in different locations around the world.
Advantages to using a virtual telephone number
One word…choice! The majority of virtual landline number providers will give you the option to choose:
What is a Virtual Number?
A virtual telephone number is a number that exists in ‘the cloud’ which isn’t physically linked to a fixed telephone line. Calls to this number can be diverted anywhere that suits your needs, normally your mobile but also any landline worldwide. It’s the perfect solution if you don’t want to publish personal mobile or landline numbers on your website and it adds a more professional feel to your business.
Is a virtual landline number really for me?
The service is ideal for small businesses or start-ups that need a local or 0800 number. SMEs and sole traders usually use this number as a single point of contact on their websites or business cards, as well as for localised advertising on Google, Bing, Yell and other offline and online advertising channels. Landline numbers are also ideal for individual users, who want a UK landline number without being tied to a physical address, perfect if you are relocating and want to keep your old number.
Sourcing virtual landline numbers is a much cheaper solution if you want to cut the high costs of a fixed BT line and break the chains of the 12 month contracts.
Save money a number of ways:
Why your company needs a business landline telephone number!
Although we’re living in this new digital era of e-commerce and online communication, telephone numbers still play a crucial role in the forward-facing, day-to-day activities of companies worldwide. If you want your clients, potential customers and members of the public to contact you, you need to give them every opportunity to reach you and this typically means displaying a business landline telephone number on your website, official company stationery, business vehicles, premises, and marketing material.
By displaying a mobile telephone number, you are inadvertently sending a loud and clear message: ‘stay away’. Why would this put customers off? To a consumer, a business that operates from a mobile number is unestablished. It may be run from a garage, spare bedroom, or change premises from one week to the next because it is illegitimate or unsustainable.
Let’s get one thing straight right now: this is not always the case. Many companies can be run incredibly successfully by one person out of the spare room in their flat – but like it or not, image is everything.
There are many reasons to have a virtual telephone number, many of which depend on the type and size of your business. Sole-trader? Make your business look bigger! Multi-national company? Get cheaper calls!
We’ve already spoken about the person who does not want to advertise their mobile number and this is quite a popular reason to get a virtual number. You may also think that it looks unprofessional to advertise a mobile number. But why else?
Give a big-business impression: there’s nothing wrong with being a small business. But some companies want to look bigger perhaps to appear longer established, more experienced and able to deal with customers more effectively. Having a virtual telephone number gives a better impression of a ‘professional business’.
Have more than one number: perhaps you’re a tradesperson based in one area but you’re able to cover other areas. You might like to have a series of trusted local telephone numbers. For instance, if you’re based in Leeds but can cover York, Sheffield and Bradford you might like to have a virtual telephone number for each area.
Portability: a virtual telephone number is hosted on the internet. This means that you can move around and travel freely as you’re not tied to one location. Your customers will have your business number to call and the call will reach you wherever you are.
Location: run your UK business from anywhere in the world. Have a long-established business but want to move to Spain? Go for it – your business can run as normal, all you need is the right tech and a virtual telephone number.
Expand your business: you can have offices all over the UK but your caller only calls one number. Alternatively, you can expand your business regionally and/or nationally and have as many virtual numbers as you need to suit you and your customers. Even if you are just adding departments to your business a virtual telephone number can help with this too.
When it comes to running a successful business, communication is absolutely critical. As the owner of a company, you’ve got to maintain a flawless line of communication with your employees, your customers, suppliers, stakeholders and just about everybody else under the sun.
You need to make your business as open and accessible as possible – and even in 2020, one of the best ways to achieve this, is to make sure anyone and everyone can reach your business by telephone. If you’re running a fairly small business, that can sometimes be a problem.
Privacy -But not only is it important for your new company’s reputation to obtain a business landline telephone number – it’s also important for your privacy. If you own a small business and do some or most of the work yourself, you may often find yourself in a situation in which you haven’t got any choice but to give your personal mobile number out to customers. That’s fine in certain scenarios, but if too many people have your direct line, you’ll see the inevitable erosion of that all-important barrier dividing your business and personal life. When you start a company and give it your all, you need to be prepared to make business your life, sure. But for your own sanity, you’ve got to preserve some form of private life. That’s why you need to keep your personal mobile as far away from your business dealings as possible.
Location – Finally… it’s plain to see that every company needs a business landline telephone number. But one aspect of business phones that you may not have considered is this – your telephone number should be directly tied to a geographical location that is connected to your company and trading activity.
“Now I don’t need to pay for two mobiles and just the one mobile is much easier to carry around!”
“I love that I can make a call & display any number
I choose too”
“I can now phone customers direct from my mobile without exposing my personal number."
“One phone, One phone contract yet I’ve got 3 separate numbers linked to it!”
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