Moneypenny’s Free Digital Switchboard During COVID-19

2 months ago

Making sure there’s always someone available to answer the phone is never an easy task, even without the Coronavirus lockdown making communication harder still. 

For small business owners and freelancers, missing an important call from a client or prospective customer can be extremely detrimental to your business. That’s why the business communications provider Moneypenny have decided to make their digital switchboard free for all UK businesses during the COVID-19 lockdown. 

What are they offering?

Moneypenny has made their Digital Switchboard free of charge for the next 3 months. This uses speech recognition software to enable callers to get in contact with the member of staff they require. It also enables you to choose where exactly you’d like the call to go (mobile, landline, voicemail, etc). 

How much does it usually cost?

Moneypenny’s 24/7 Digital Switchboard service usually comes at a bespoke price tailored to each individual business’ needs. However, the Digital Switchboard is usually a paid service, so 3 months free usage is definitely a great deal! 

Who is the offer available to?

This offer is available to all businesses from freelancers and microbusiness to medium and large scale organisations. 

How do you sign up?

Simply submit your details on their trial page and they’ll get in contact to set you up with the system. 

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