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Quick, efficient, and very helpful
Please note we have called 7 times to get our phone to be able to intercom before we transfer a call. We are always told it is working...we try it and again it does not work. It is not working again now. We have had nothing but issues with this Voip Phone and are very very unhappy with it. Please have someone actually fix our reception phone so we can use it the way it is intended to be used. When a call comes in we need to "buzz" the person that the caller wants to speak to and ask if they want to take the call. If they do we transfer the call...if not we take a message. we are not able to "buzz"...aka *2 anyone from the receptionist phone. Please look into this and correct the error. thank you
they did fix the forwarding of the phones issue and Tim was great....but getting help with the phones is always an issue
i seem to get all of the weird issues and you always fix them FAST!!
thanks so much
Quick, easy, and professional.
Adam was a big help in resolving my computer issues.
This took a while and two rounds by different agents but it was finally resolved satisfactorily.
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