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Creating a Hotline
Why use a hotline?
Recorded message hotlines are a
solution when a company or public entity wants to share information with the general public, consumers, or business
Some common uses include:
Product and service information
A pharmaceutical company has been informed
that a drug is no longer available and needs to inform their nationwide sales force of the details.
Realtors and mortgage brokers often use
recorded messages to relay the latest interest rates or market news.
businesses such as ski resorts use recorded message hotlines to share the latest snow conditions.
A pest control company, could create an
informational hotline with a recorded message about fumigation. When fumigating a home or business, you could then
post warning signs with your toll-free number with important safety information.
If a hurricane has disrupted your business
or the community, you could set up a hotline for your employees and residents to call each day to find out the
status or if they should work from home or report to the office.
Our virtual numbers are a flexible choice for all kinds of recorded information scenarios.
Examples of Hotline Uses:
Listen to a sample of Armed Intruder on Campus Emergency
Listen to a sample of Multi-Lingual Tropical Storm Warning
Listen to a sample of Cancelled Classes Alert Hotline
Whether you have a short-term project to communicate or would like to keep your hotline message going for years
to come, our virtual phone numbers are easy to use, affordable, and loaded with excellent features.