More companies moving into the virtual number market

Discussion in 'Phone & Fax for Business' started by Koby, Jan 31, 2011.

  1. Koby

    Koby New Member

    I was reading TechCrunch recently and found out that more companies are moving into marketing virtual numbers for small businesses and startups. Vumber, a company that originally targeted marketing a throwaway number for people on dating websites, is moving into the virtual number space that targets businesses. It seems like Vumber can reach more customers this way, and I think it's a really great move. I don't believe Vumber has the capability to route calls to certain extensions like a virtual PBX service does, but in terms of just having a secondary phone number, it seems to do the job quite well.
  2. Jason79

    Jason79 New Member

    I think it all boils down to cost. If company A can get the same service for less then there's no reason not to start using that service.
  3. Reece

    Reece Member

    Very true, if you can find a <a href="" target="_blank" name="ChooseWhat Virtual PBX Comparison">virtual PBX service</a> for the same price or less than a Vumber, why not try it out?

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