Use Ringless Voicemail for Marketing and silent notifications
Did you know that voicemail listen rate is ~91% while the typical text messages read rate is ~81%? And voicemails cost less than long text messages! Our technology allows you to place "phone calls" that will not result in a ring or missed call, but will rather leave only a voicemail message to the recipient. That means no more disruption AND a more personal touch.
Our ring-less voicemail call drops are priced the same as our normal phone calls with all the same pricing and volume discounts. The calls will be delivered directly to voicemail and if you called a land line without voicemail, we will play the message as a live answer when someone picks up.
Our Ringless Voicemail Compliance
Ringless Voicemail Compliance is extraordinarily crucial to the success of any ringless voicemail campaign.
Before any style of a promoting campaign is conducted, it's dominant that you determine your industry's rules and laws governing ringless voicemail. We have a tendency to perceive that every business has its own level of rules and laws governing promotion, thus know yours and keep compliant. Customers should adhere to any or all native, state and federal laws governing ringless voicemail services, as an alternative they run the danger of breaking the law. Each ringless voicemail we have a tendency to send is completley compliant. Ringless voicemail compliance is regulated by the TCPA, FCC and FDCPA. Our ringless voicemail drops are fully TCPA, FCC and FDCPA Compliant once used properly by purchasers. Robotalker will assist purchasers with their ringless voicemail compliance queries so they will maintain a swish operation with no interruption in operation.
No phone call is ever created on to the lead or subscribers phone.
The FCC defines a Voicemail as AN increased data Service.
The FCC and TCPA doesn't regulate increased data Service.
It’s supported server to server communication solely to deliver the message.
The targeted lead or subscriber isn't charged for obtaining the message.
The U.S. Court of Appeals for the Sixth Circuit dominated that voicemails are “Not communication because it is outlined by the FDCPA.”
Messages are transmitted via server to server communication, instead of from auto-dialer to a voicemail access variety residing on the carriers voicemail system and is delivered at fully no charge to the recipient. Voicemail has been wide classified as AN “Enhanced data Service”, instead of as a “common carrier” service, like telephone service. Up till now it's not been thought-about subject to TCPA, FDCPA, or FCC laws whether or not the supplier of the voicemail service is taken into account as a “common carrier”.