855? Anybody’s Guess

As a new month begins in 2010, we are still discussing the possibility of the FCC releasing new toll free area codes as a means of bolstering the dwindling stock of available toll free phone numbers. The buzz in the industry is that these new numbers—most likely the 855 numbers–will be released within the next year or so. But when? That is anybody’s guess. Here at SMS we keep a close watch on all the changes in the telecommunications industry and we are paying special attention to the potential new stock of toll free phone numbers. You’ll read the news here first.

What’s The Best Toll Free?

Supplies of 800 numbers are decreasing while demand is growing. According to the Federal Communications Commissions, toll free service is a valuable commodity for businesses and popularity is consistently on the rise. The availability of toll free numbers is plummeting yet there are no immediate plans by the FCC to overcome the shortage by launching the reserved 855 numbers. What should you do? Click here to find out!

Toll-free Fax Numbers Save Paper By Forwarding To E-mail.

Going Green? Then join millions of toll free phone service subscribers in the latest trend and save paper by getting fax messages sent to e-mail. You’ll save money and the planet all at the same time.

Among the many benefits of signing on for toll-free service are the various features available from service providers such as Qwest, and Verizon. Calls can be routed to an any other phone line and faxes can be routed to email. These types of technological conveniences were just dreams a few years ago–now they are affordable realities. These state-of-the-art features are not available from most typical phone service providers.

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