(PRWEB) September 17, 2010
Businesses in Christchurch struggling to manage their phone calls due to damaged communications infrastructure can get access to a complimentary phone line. Servcorp can then either pass on messages or arrange for calls to be diverted to a landline or mobile phone – all for free.
In reaching out to businesses whose operations have been severely impacted by the 7.1 magnitude earthquake, Servcorp Executive Director Taine Moufarrige says they want to help businesses get their phone services back up and running: “Putting our global IT infrastructure into action, we will be providing affected businesses in the Canterbury region with a complimentary phone line if requested. It will be answered in their company name and Servcorp’s team will take and pass on the message or alternatively put the calls through to another phone or a mobile phone.
“Businesses just need to advise their communications provider to put an auto divert from their number to the complimentary phone line Servcorp will provide and manage” he added.
Mr Moufarrige also said many businesses have been in contact to see how Servcorp can help them: “One of the strongest earthquakes in New Zealand’s history has had a major impact on business and many companies have enquired about how Servcorp can assist them in an emergency situation. So we are offering our services for free to get companies operating again”.
“We will be opening a Christchurch location next year,” Mr Moufarrige also added.
To find out more about Servcorp’s phone answering services which includes a dedicated receptionist, message taking, call forwarding and voice mail, please visit http://www.servcorp.net/serviced-virtual-offices/newzealand/index.html .