1800 numbers are ‘toll-free' numbers and are usually used by larger businesses. Callers generally won't pay anything for calling you, however, the cost for this plan is a bit higher than that of a landline number or a 1300 number.
Landline plans are used for both business and personal calls. You can have as many landline numbers as you wish, just get in touch and we can assist you through the process!
Is your uConnected service useful for you? Have you maximised it for your needs? These are simple yet critical questions you can ask yourself to ensure that you are getting the most out of your uConnected service.
This ‘landline in your pocket' service should be both a positive and enriching experience for you, but it also requires that you take action to make it happen. Understand how the service works, get to know your Dashboard, and gain insights about the events and features you're confused about. We're just an email away!
The Call History page has endless information that can help you see patterns so you're able to forecast what you need and adjust your monthly plan accordingly. This is a powerful tool that can help your business stay on top of your service's monthly spending.
You can always expect an email or two from us letting you know of your account usage and your bills. We don't want you to miss a thing (or two!) when it comes to your uConnected service. So please check out your emails for the very important reminders and account updates.
Keeping up with the demands of your business or your personal life is as challenging as these trying times. Your business has to grow so you work hard for it but you also need time to yourself. This is a fact.
It's possible to miss the emails and the SMSes relating to your service usage, as we're all busy every day for work and spending time with those who matter.
At a specific date, on specific hours, you'll receive an SMS for your account updates. Please don't miss it and take a moment to check it out.
Generally 1300 numbers are not toll-free as calls to 1800 numbers often are. The caller is charged a local call rate, depending on their provider arrangement, when dialling from an Australian landline and mobile phone.