If this is not the case, better go to the next level. The company makes few calls to different destinations Here we have some "classic" options and it will depend on whether we have controlled the duration of the calls. If we make calls that are to communicate things quickly and concisely, it is best to look for a rate per second. Tariffs such as long as we are sure that the calls are few and of short duration. If they are going to exceed 2 minutes on average, approximately, it is best to think about a pricing per minute, such as the "Savings" rate.
However, these two rates are for companies that control the time of calls to the millimeter. If we are not going to do it, the best are those that offer us a wide call franchise, which mobile number list adjusts to the time the phone is used in the company, such as the "MIL Europe" or "MIL America", depending on the destination of the call. our calls, which have 1,000 minutes to different destinations. Calls are an important tool for the company's business.
Without reaching the level of a call center or similar, it may be that the commercial or sales part of our company needs continuous contact with a limited, more or less extensive series of clients. This is the case, for example, of a logistics company or a distributor of any kind. In this case, it is practically impossible to control the duration of the calls to the minute, because it is impossible to predict how long it may take us, for example, a price negotiation. There, the best option is to have rate packages, both with excess minutes and additional services such as virtual numbers, virtual switchboard, etc., different destinations, etc.