Virtual PBX Company ChooseWhat.com Re-launches 800 Number Comparison Portal
Over the past decade, businesses have expanded throughout the globe in a growth driven world economy. With a new found demand to expand across the globe, businesses of all sizes now require toll-free phone numbers. In an effort to solve these demands, ChooseWhat.com re-launches the 800 phone numbers comparison portal to provide comparisons between top 800 number service providers on the company's latest website platform.
The days of 800 numbers being used primarily by large businesses or organization have passed. Now, small businesses make use of these numbers to increase visibility and national presence.
With the re-launch, ChooseWhat.com now provides a detailed guide to selecting an appropriate service provider that meets the customer's business needs and informs the reader of the current industry standards for a virtual PBX 800 number service.
Discussing the reason behind the company’s re-launch, Adam Malden of 800-numbers.ChooseWhat.com wrote, "We found that the 800-numbers comparison website was becoming increasingly sluggish on our old system for website management and creation resulting in poor customer satisfaction. We redesigned the site using our new proprietary system. As a result, we have sped up page loading times and data transfer significantly making it a much more rewarding experience for site visitors."
The ChooseWhat.com 800 number service review portal covers industry leading virtual PBX companies offering full phone system functions and features in addition to toll free number services tailored to small to medium-sized business needs. Industry standard features included on reviewed products include internet fax capability, auto attendant, call management through the Internet, and multiple other extensions.
Charles West is a Web Editor for virtual-pbx. Prior to joining TMC Charles worked with many gadget oriented sites that included running his own blog (TheTrendaholic.com) and Smartphone column for examiner.com. To read more of his articles, please visit his columnist page.
Edited by Janice McDuffee