27 June 2007

Telecom Audit Can Save You Money

Do you check your mobile phone bill? Is it helpful to know that your family uses text messaging more than the phone? Did you know directory assistance calls are $1.50 each? Who called China and talked for 20 minutes? This is an example of a VERY basic telecom audit.

If your business uses telephones, modems, fax machines, 1-800 inbound, automatic call routing system, long distance, international calling, and Internet services, you need a telecom audit. You might want to visit NMA Maps, sponsor of this post. They provides Telecom Consulting. If you do not think you need an audit, check out the before and after map on their website.

I still do not know who called China!

2 comments:

Paul said...

I don't know who called China, either. But if you're calling for directory assistance, we at 1-800-Free411 aren't going to charge you a penny: the service is as free as it sounds.

All those other costs? Jeez, maybe an audit is the way to go.

CyberCelt said...

@paul-Thank you for visiting. Thanks for the information. My cell phone company really does charge per directory assistance call.

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