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TMCNet:  Wedding Planners RSVP YES! to FreedomVoice Virtual Phone Systems for Valentine's Day

[February 06, 2013]

Wedding Planners RSVP YES! to FreedomVoice Virtual Phone Systems for Valentine's Day

San Diego, CA, Feb 06, 2013 (PRWeb.com via COMTEX) -- FreedomVoice, one of the leaders in both virtual phone system and hosted VoIP PBX markets, today announced that their virtual phone system service is becoming a must-have service for the wedding planning industry just in time for Valentine's Day.

Debbie Quain, wedding planning guru and owner of weddingsforaliving.com, confettiradio.com, and weddingbusinessguide.com said FreedomVoice first caught her attention in 2001 with their ability to give her business instant credibility with a toll free number. "Within an hour I had my toll free number set up, and it's still working today." Since FreedomVoice started in 1996, their toll free virtual phone systems have been used by thousands of entrepreneurs and small businesses to give their customers confidence that they are doing business with professional and seasoned companies.

As the wedding planning industry has evolved, she says clients have wanted to know their planners are local so they can provide a more intimate experience. "With all the growth and changes in direction in the wedding industry, FreedomVoice has been right there beside me," said Quain. "Now everybody wants local; they want to know you're in their neck of the woods." In addition to offering local and toll free numbers, wedding planners are using FreedomVoice features to streamline the invitation process this Valentine's Season. "I've managed to use the Q&A feature as an RSVP service," said Quain. "On the invitations, I set up a custom extension with my toll free number and I lead each guest through a series of questions and answers so we get their name, whether or not they're going, their meal choices- it's so convenient, and one less thing for people to do!" About FreedomVoice FreedomVoice was founded in 1996 and today serves nearly 30,000 customers nationwide. It got its start providing virtual phone systems to small businesses and Fortune 500 companies alike. This service remains a key offering from FreedomVoice, including business-enhancing features such as 800 numbers, an auto attendant, call forwarding, and voicemail-to-text. FreedomVoice launched the FreedomIQ hosted VoIP phone system service in 2006, responding to overwhelming business demand for cloud-hosted phone service. All of FreedomVoice's platform technology has been developed in-house to provide a unique, customizable, and flexible solution that works with any company's workflow. Based in Encinitas, Calif., FreedomVoice is privately-held and remains profitable through strategic partnerships and the agility to develop new technologies ahead of the curve.

For more information, please visit the company's websites at http://www.FreedomVoice.com and http://www.FreedomIQ.com.

"FreedomVoice" and "FreedomIQ" are registered trademarks of FreedomVoice Systems.

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