With ONE LOGIN from your browser, regardless of where you are, you’ll be calling and answering your 1300 calls, making calls and processing emails. On top, you can send SMS’s and the customer’s previous interactions with your company are presented in an easy way, so everyone can see what was agreed or what happened before. A ticket pool (work flow) shows you what’s pending and what needs to be done next.
Special offer! Now with 6 months $ 19.95 Free Bonus Credit to spend towards usage.
A system like no other
If you’re thinking of adding a 1300 number in Australia to your business, improve the way you deal with this incoming customer traffic. You’ll save time and money!
So much included! An automatic phone system (or IVR “Press 1 to go to sales, press 2 for service”, etc.), queueing, mailboxes, answering the phone in your company name, detailed reports, customisable call routings, multiple groups or departments, are all inclusive in your package. On top of that, with integrated ticketing, email and texting you only need one login, from any location to stay in touch with your customers.
Tiggadesk is flexibility and freedom. Working daily with it ourselves, we’re excited and know its many advantages and it’s great value. Therefore: no lock-in contracts, no termination penalties or big commitments. Unhappy? You can port our 1300 number to any other provider.
Complex? You’ll need a computer, standard headset and internet. Our minimum package has 2 workstations (virtual desks with telephone) + admin access included.
What do I need?
All you need is and internet connection, a pc or laptop and a headset to set up the workstations. Follow the instructions to set up the IP phones and you’re in business.
How do I start?
Click the “order 1300+tiggadesk” button, select how many people in your team answer customer calls and emails. We’ll do the rest. Your 1300 number and your tiggadesk integrated platform are activated in minutes and instantly usable. It’s beautifully simple. We know you’ll love it!
About 1300 versus 1800 numbers
For your customers, calling a 1800 is free and calling a 1300 is charged as a local call. In case of a 1800 number, you pay the cost for the call instead of the caller. Using a 1300 number, the caller pays the rate as if they’re calling a local number, no matter their location. You pay the difference in price if the caller is outside of the local area where the call is terminated.
The 1300 numbers are more popular than 1800 numbers simply because they’re customer-friendly, but much cheaper to run than 1800 numbers.
Both are however an excellent tool to build brand value: no matter where your business takes you in the future, your customers will always be able to contact you on the same number.
Please select the number of workstations you need :
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