United World Telecom, out of Delray Beach, Fla., has just launched a newly redesigned version of its GlobalCallForwarding.com Web site. The redesign comes with not only a new look, but a new array of interactive features.
United World Telecom's GlobalCallForwarding.com site has always offered exciting features in call forwarding, offering not only local numbers for those targeting a particular area, but toll-free numbers for those who wanted to access wider markets. But the recent redesign has also opened up a number of new functions for those looking to start a tighter relationship with GlobalCallForwarding.com.
GlobalCallForwarding.com can offer its services for over 80 different countries, as well as monthly payments – no long-term contracts required – and without cancellation fees, should a user's needs change.
Phone (News - Alert) numbers can be activated within a 24 hour period, and there is no limit on the number of numbers a user wishes associated with the call forwarding system.
A call forwarding service essentially allows a business or individual to establish a local number, administered by the company handling the forwarding service. When someone calls that number, the call is then forwarded on to a different phone number, possibly in a different country, allowing the appearance of local calling without the need to relocate operations.
GlobalCallForwarding.com offers four tiers of usage levels and prices, according to a prospective client's needs, starting with a per-minute plan and going up to a Platinum-level plan that offers a base number of included minutes per month, the option to purchase more as needed and the option to roll over unused minutes from a previous billing period.
Recently added premium service features include local ring tones, and a variety of forwarding options such as fax, voicemail, failover forwarding and simultaneous forwarding, as well as a customized greeting.
For businesses planning to do business through the phone, or that want the appearance of being local without the required commitment in infrastructure, call forwarding services like GlobalCallForwarding.com can be a great tool to have at your disposal.
Edited by Braden Becker