Phone.com – Free accounts to Sandy-effected Businesses

Written by josh on November 11th, 2012

Sandy devastated much of the eastern seaboard. Many are still in need of aid and support. Phone.com is doing its part to lend a helping hand.

Phone.com has announced it will be providing free year-long accounts to as many as 100 businesses in New Jersey that have been affected by Hurricane Sandy. Phone.com is a VoIP provider and cloud-based telephone service that focuses its services on small-sized businesses and home offices (SOHO).

Each and every free, one-year Phone.com account will include free calling minutes for 12 months. Businesses who sign up will not lose any telephone numbers.

 

“SMBs and SOHOs can stay viable and remain in business if they maintain a telephone presence despite having their buildings wiped out, unusable during repair or left without electrical power for weeks at a time, and that’s where Phone.com can help,” said Ari Rabban, co-founder and CEO.  “As a New Jersey business, we’re making our offer to as many as 100 fellow business people in the Garden State.”

Businesses – to sign up go to this link and use the code “SANDY.” You can also call 1-800-514-7987 toll-free.

It’s not food or shelter, but keeping business communication running will bring in revenue and keep your clientele happy.

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