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ATL’s New Year’s Resolutions Tip #3!
I will make sure I am aware of and using all of ATL services that can lower my costs, increase my revenue, and streamline my processes.
ATL’s New Year’s Resolutions Tip #4!
I will make sure I know and understand my carrier’s volume requirements so I do not fail to meet my monthly minimums.
ATL’s New Year’s Resolutions Tip #5!
Textify! I will look at the way I communicate with my clients and include this new service to lower my costs and improve my customer service.
ATL’s New Year’s Resolutions Tip #6!
When I ask ATL for an “easy” number I will tell them what I mean by “easy.”
ATL’s New Year’s Resolutions Tip #7!
I will convert my paper intensive LOA process to ATL’s new Electronic Signature process.
ATL’s New Year’s Resolutions Tip #8!
I will use Toll Free for Dummies to better educate my staff on the basics of toll free.
ATL’s New Year’s Resolutions Tip #9!
I will respond to my ATL outgoing notifications within 48 hours.
Starting today, ATL is going to count down to the New Year with 10 resolutions we believe will help make your toll free operations as easy and hassle-free as possible. As always, if you want more information just give us a call and we will answer any questions you may have.
And without further ado…
ATL’s New Year’s Resolutions Tip #10!
I will make sure that if my toll free numbers belong on templates, I have ordered ATL to set up templates for me.
Aelea had this beautiful buck visit her home office window—and bird feeder!
One of joys of living in Central Oregon.
The capabilities of toll free services have really evolved over the years with LC routing and blocking as two of the most common requests from our customers.
We wanted to inform you about the routing complications cell phones have. Blocking unwanted areas is often a great strategy for dealing with wrong numbers or misdials. Unfortunately though, cell phones are tending to make those geographic assumptions incorrect. Today, anyone can have a cell phone from anywhere in the country. At this moment, we cannot do anything about this issue but it has been brought to the FCC’s attention.
As always, we will update you when any new information comes out.