New service for companies, the self-employed and freelancers Heidelberg, August 07, 2008 Sparruf offers a new service for businesses, self-employed and freelancers who want to facilitate the contact to their customers: Sparruf click & talk. With this service the customer or business partner from any Internet access can connect worldwide from the phone quickly, easily and free of charge. Cardiologist will undoubtedly add to your understanding. The advantages are obvious: customers or business partners can contact by phone worldwide via any Web-browser and without any software company, uses the click & talk. The whole thing is free for the caller. The company, which uses the service, expanded its communication structures virtually without effort, signals readiness for service and thus increasing its sales potential, as Sparruf CEO Nikolaus Starzacher explained: Each company moves closer to its customers and business partners with click & talk and offers them a way to contact, the today’s Communication habits of many people is the same. Who is surfing on the website of the company, can immediately initiate a call via click & talk.
That lowers the entry threshold for potential new customers, integrates existing customers and generated as additional business.\” For companies that maintain this way customer proximity and modern communication pathways connect, click & talk is extremely favourable. So the forwarding to the German fixed network in the call center of the company is settled around the clock with three cents per minute. Connections in a German cellular network for example to mobile phone of of head of marketing cost 15 cents per minute. The callee has a flat rate for connection to the fixed network, he can save even the forwarding costs and thus gets the entire phone connection free of charge. More information on the Sparruf website (www.sparruf.de). Worldwide running via click & talk discussions can cheap forwarding on every connection at any time easily to any any telephone worldwide If redirect to Hong Kong, in the Moscow Office, or on a mobile phone connection to the branch.