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Jan 252012

Being able to communicate professionally and with a positive demeanor is an extremely valuable skill to develop. Just because a person is a great employee does not necessarily mean he/she is terrific at talking to customers over the phone—or even in person, for that matter.

While employers can offer training to employees on proper phone etiquette and relay expectations about how to handle incoming callers, the reality of employees being asked to do more and with less can take its toll. Simply put, employees may not always be planted by a phone and are trying to accomplish many things at once, and picking up a ringing phone may not always be a first priority. That’s where we come in.


At United Call Center, we promise to answer your calls. Always. And within four rings. And with great customer service and a smile that can be felt across the phone line. While some people may initially have concerns over using an answering service, those fears are quickly allayed when employers and employees alike can see how much more can be accomplished with utilizing a professional call center.

Our prices are very affordable and the best part is that you can try us for free and determine for yourself why United Call Center is the best answer for delivering timely and professional customer service! Don’t trust your calls to just anyone…let us show you how we deliver!

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Neal Lacy is an expert in professional call center services. He provides great content on a wide variety of topics concerning answering services, message services, order taking, and virtual receptionist. He is main writer for United Call Center.

  One Response to “Could You Be Losing Potential Customers Due to Phone Etiquette?”

  1. Too many companies have angry and tired employees that cut off clients because they don’t know how to be patient.

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