MightyCall for Small Business Reviews and Plans
|May 20, 2020|
|Submitted by:||roger simonot (Kihei , BC)|
Good service and featuresLots of great features for a very reasonable price. We've tried many others and this one is by far the best value and user friendly.
Reply from: James
May 21, 2020
Thanks for the review! We try our best to give Canada's small businesses everything they need at a reasonable price, especially now with the coronavirus and global recession.
|May 20, 2020|
|Submitted by:||Shawn Marko (Edmonton , AB)|
Supporting Small BusinessesMighty Call has been amazing in support small businesses like mine during this crisis. The customer service has been unparalleled and I would highly recommend them to anyone needing a calling service
Reply from: James
May 21, 2020
Hey, thanks for taking the time to leave a review. We're just trying to do our part to help small businesses get by during this trying time. Stay safe and stay strong!
|May 13, 2020|
|Submitted by:||Peter Jarmics (Calgary , AB)|
Great ServiceI have been using Mightycall for a couple of years now and have seen advancements in terms of UI/UX as well as the stability of the service. I would recommend this company as a solid performer.
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The relationship between small businesses and their customers is a special bond that’s unparalleled by anything corporate giants can muster. To nurture those bonds, small businesses need to have all their ducks in a row. That is where MightyCall comes in.
There are hundreds of VoIP options out there to choose from—big and small, old and new, antiquated, and modern.
So what distinguishes MightyCall from the rest?
In short, everything.
- Small Team: $12 per month / user for 1 000 minutes, 2 toll free or local numbers and all basic VoIP features
- Business: $18.80 per month / user for unlimited minutes & 2 toll free or local numbers and advanced VoIP features
- Enterprise: $200 per month
Whether through the VoIP giants or hot new startups, the last few years have seen prices go up and ridiculous ‘per user’ pay models instituted more and more to gouge customers while very little functionality has been put back into the product.
Not at MightyCall. We aren’t counting our money before giving you the proper value—we provide an affordable service that’s constantly being updated through customer feedback and cutting-edge features.
What about those features? Well, with MightyCall you’ll have access to dozens of features designed to streamline communications, saving you time, money, and headaches.
Need more convincing? All of our plans have multiple numbers—local or toll-free—included to go along with unlimited extensions per number, meaning your small business can work together with every employee pulling their weight without needing to pay an outrageous amount.
The entire system is set up to highlight teammates in customer communications, helping entrepreneurs make the most out of a small team. Business hours, call flows, blacklists and VIP lists and many more features will ensure that your team maximizes every phone call your business gets.
Our auto-attendant will make receptionists unnecessary, saving your business time without any trade-off! A call directory and automated call flows will allow callers to reach whoever they need without clogging up the phone lines, and call distribution technology offers you several ways to spread calls amongst your staff—whether randomized, in a certain order, or even to the most experienced members first.
Best of all, MightyCall does not require any hardware or setup whatsoever. The minute you decide to give the system a try (assured by our 7-day trial and 30-day money-back guarantee that you aren’t wasting your time), you can simply sign-in on MightyCall's website, download the mobile app and be ready in minutes to better the way your business communicates with customers!
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Why MightyCall is the #1 VoIP for Canadians
Canada is a diverse, twenty-first-century nation, with a twenty-first-century economy to boot. And not only does Canada have a twenty-first-century economy- it has a small business economy.
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