Pure App Agent iPBX
Here’s how it works!
Out of the box, it is configured for 24 extensions, a complete voice mail system with email integration, two automated attendant menus, Comcast – Xfinity SIP ready, or any VoIP telephone line service, free cell phone app, direct connect to BAREIS / Rappattoni, and one year warranty.
There are no phones to purchase. Simply install the free app on your iPhone or Android, set up the account, and boom! You are ready to go! Then you can take your office extension on the road. Great for being highly available during open house. If you prefer not to “self install” we are available to provide complete installation at a discount.
Vastra.RE is offered by Bennett Valley Telecom for only $1,695 until the end of the year 2018.
(No cloud hosting fees. System requires a stable internet service, must have SIP/VoIP line services such as Comcast or Sonic, and must have WiFi in the office) #RealEstate in the #WineCountry
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that Bennett Valley Telecom is a RingCentral Reseller Agent the
question is being asked, “what’s the difference between ordering from
RingCentral direct versus ordering RingCentral through Bennett Valley
Telecom?” The answer is well… nothing. Actually there are some small
but important differences. It is no secret that RingCentral provides an
incredible service and is enhancing there offerings by the week. They
have a customer service group that is unmatched. But that is not the
question. The question is, “what are the conveniences with ordering
RingCentral through Bennett Valley Telecom?”
Oh and one other small detail: By ordering RingCentral through Bennett Valley Telecom, you are supporting a local small business and neighbor right here in the North Bay.
Call Me Now About RingCentral Santa Rosa and all of Sonoma County
So this weekend my phone died. LG Connect® I think it is a firmware issue. So a day later I head to the MetroPCS on Santa Rosa Ave. They are awesome, helpful, cheerful and above all knowledgeable. The the young man dances his thumbs across my screen at lightning speed. He says, “weird”. I responded, “you’re seeing it too?” How can I get 4G full speed but yet show no bars, cannot text, and cannot make phone calls? Email works, calendar syncs, web browsing works, and even Google Voice works. So he said he’d replace it at no charge (except that $15 transfer fee).
I asked about when can I expect my new one? He replied “about 3 to 5 business days”. They said they would call my son Shayne when it is in. So I excluded MLK day and came up with Thursday or Friday. Today and yesterday I tried to endure without my phone, calling into voice mail like every 5 minutes. Out of desperation I thought it’d be a neat idea to stop at the MetroPCS store and see if it came in. The very nice folks played along and thumbed through pages and click-ity-clicked on the computer. They said, “no Mr. Brown, I’m really sorry it doesn’t look like it will be here till Monday.
So I whip out my old, dirty Samsung with the “touch” screen that requires that you practically have to drag your elbow across it to get it to respond. I dial the magic code *228, the activation/transfer code. A nice lady comes on and does everything remotely (even identifies the make, model, and color of my Samsung) Boom! It’s done. As I relearn the old user culture from year ago, I start texting and calling people back.
I’m feeling darned good like I defeated fate. Ah that trusty old Samsung. Love ya. Then… Oh look! My son is calling. How in the HECK do I answer? Swerving and cursing I push button after button. FINALLY! “Hello?” Son: Hey dad. MetroPCS just called, your phone is there. Oh for the love of Pete! Back I go with my trusty Samsung and my struggling LG Connect®. “Welcome back, Brian” my customer service representative, smiling with tongue in cheek. So he begins the process of transferring the services to the new replacement LG. He’s ready start the phone programming and says, “that’ll be $18 please”. I think to myself “hmm not bad” I reach for my wallet and… uh oh… It’s gone! With my finger up I say, “wait right there, I’ll be back” I ran out the door leaving the old phone behind while clutching that ol’ trusty Samsung. When I realize I don’t have my wallet in the car, I start to speed towards home. Thinking it would make sense to call ahead I dial vigorously and press that old Samsung against my ear. Three musical notes and an announcement, “this phone is not authorized to make calls. Please call your MetroPCS representative for assistance” The diligent MetroPCS representative had already ported over the number and I’m back where I began. No phone. Needless to say I recovered my wallet and returned to pay the transfer fee. All is well. I have my new replacement phone! Sigh.
In a nutshell: 35 miles, two and a half hours, and one unnecessary transfer fee.
But you know what? I’ve got my cool phone back!
you know you can create a CALL CENTER system with no expensive office
space, no expensive telephone system, and very little setup time? You
can start selling your product or service with an extremely professional
All you need is a decent internet connection and a little help from me and you’ll be ready to launch your new call center.
What’s more? You can enlist as many call-takers as you need to fulfill your volume. And they can be anywhere that has good internet service. Looks like the office is going to be a thing of the past.
Call me today at 707-573-7272. We can help.
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I know most of you already know this
but here it goes:
When setting up an automated attendant it is important that the caller’s experience is most important. So what do we do? We set the system up so that if the caller does not make a choice from the menu the system will at least send them to an operator. But here’s the catch; If it is night time (after biz hours) the system allows the caller to drop to the general delivery mail box and leave a message. No problem, right? Well here’s what old age will get you. After the caller leaves a message in the general / operator box the caller drops to a routing box that allows them more selections including going to the spelling directory, dialing an extension, OR for their convenience, wait to leave a message in the general / operator mail box if nothing is dialed. Do see where this is going? If the outside lines are not AT&T and are on an integrated device, there is no phone company disconnect signal. And so it goes…. round and round and round. “You have 200 messages” WELCOME