Live Call Answering

A Virtual Receptionist allows you to focus on managing your business without the distraction of telephone calls, giving you the benefit of a full-time receptionist at a fraction of the cost. With our Virtual Receptionist service, you will never miss a client's call and still have time to prioritise your day.

What are the benefits to having a virtual receptionist?

Our dedicated Virtual Receptionists will receive training to understand your business, ensuring every call is seamlessly managed on your behalf. With our Virtual Receptionist service your company can be open 24/7, answering calls and capturing every lead.

How does it work?

All our clients receive a bespoke and personalised virtual receptionist service. Our home counties based dedicated team use state of the art software to deliver an extremely high-quality and efficient call handling service. A monthly fee secures your dedicated service, including  all features, ongoing staff training and an agreed amount of minutes. Call time is then counted and billed by the second, making it more efficient for you.


- First 7 days of service free of charge
- Simple and quick to set-up
- Per second billing
- Monthly reporting
- Service upgrades available (e.g. Order or Diary management)

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Managed Live Chat

Outbound Lead Management

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