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[February 28, 2013] Launches Video "International Phone Numbers Made Easy"

(Marketwire Via Acquire Media NewsEdge) LOS ANGELES, CA -- (Marketwire) -- 02/28/13 -- is proud to announce that it has launched another animated video in a series that employs telecom industry humor to help illustrate the company's international phone number forwarding services designed for a global economy.

Told from an international business perspective, the video uses an example of a global business located in New York that needs to immediately open a new call center in Australia set to handle orders for a newly launched product. Instead of building a physical office, headquarters in New York instantly activates an Australian local business phone number from Now whenever a customer calls from Australia, instead of being confused by a complex international phone number they don't recognize, they use the more familiar local virtual phone number provided instead. The video shows how that once the virtual number is dialed, the caller is automatically forwarded to any phone number the company wants to send them to. The inbound call could be set to ring at the corporate offices in New York or forwarded to another phone number anywhere in the world, including call termination to a mobile phone. The entire call experience is seamless to the caller. From the caller's perspective, they dialed a local phone number they are accustomed to dialing. offers business clients immediate availability and instant activation of a virtual phone number in any of 113 countries currently available. Within minutes, businesses can start using this new virtual phone number in the country chosen. Once configured to meet the business's communication needs, customers then call the newly launched virtual phone number. The virtual phone number then acts as an overlay that automatically and seamlessly forwards all international calls to a remote office, sales team or call center. With a virtual phone number, clients using the platform are now able to forward calls to any business phone number in the world including mobile phones used by remote sales teams.

With a international business phone number there are no start-up costs and getting new phone numbers is easy through the self-service 24/7 online control center.

The "International Phone Numbers Made Easy" video is now available to view on  About   Serving more than 20,000 customers from over 200 countries, is the number one provider of international virtual phone numbers and international call forwarding services in the world. Founded in 2002, is a technology-driven, international telecommunications provider based in Los Angeles, California. leverages "best of breed" technology to empower businesses with state-of-the-art capabilities and services -- which is why clients from our first month of operations are still using the service today, ten years later.  Embedded Video Available: Attachment Available: Attachment Available: Contact: Alan SherinTollFreeForwarding.comPhone: (213) 452-1505 x279Fax: (213) 452-15059841 Airport Blvd., 9th Floor Los Angeles CA  Source:

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