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TollFreeForwarding.com Offers 30-Day Free Trial of International Toll-Free Calls

February 21, 2013

Toll-free phone numbers are an integral part of call forwarding services. In fact, such a phone number is in essence a call-forwarding plan that “reverses charges to the called party.”

The demand for toll-free phone numbers has increased dramatically and providers are trying to woo customers with their own toll-free wares.

Amid the clamor in this space, TollFreeForwarding.com (News - Alert), an international telecommunications Los Angeles-based provider, is offering a 30-day free trial of its toll-free international phone number forwarding services or up to $10 of calling – whichever comes first.

During the trial period, businesses will have access to TollFreeForwarding.com's suite of call forwarding services, with advanced features that have apparently been specifically designed to suit the needs of today’s growing global business.

"We serve businesses from entrepreneurial startups to Fortune 500s," said Bill Ellis, vice president of marketing at TollFreeForwarding.com.

After the trial period, businesses can either choose to continue the service on a month-to-month basis, or cancel it. New users only need a credit card to sign up.

By providing these numbers to organizations, businesses get a local presence with international toll-free and local phone numbers that their customers recognize and are comfortable calling.

With more than 20,000 customers in over 200 countries, TollFreeForwarding.com claims to be the number-one provider of international toll-free, local phone numbers and international call forwarding services in the world.

Many major companies have adopted its telecom solutions.

TollFreeForwarding.com continues to evolve solutions with a focus on the needs of worldwide businesses, and believes in delivering first-rate customer service. It helps clients extend their reach in global locations and increase their revenue as a result.




Edited by Braden Becker

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