Answering service from the United Kingdom – alldaypa.com Review

alldaypa.com answering service review

Alldaypa.com is a 24 hour answering service that is really making a name for themselves in the United Kingdom. They offer a variety of different services to business including, but not limited to, business answering services. Sometimes they even offer special discounts on their services such as the first month of usage free. Their website is very easy to navigate and they have even been in business since 1999, so they must know what they are doing when it comes to phone answering services, at least to some extinct.

Features:

Alldaypa.com makes sure that they keep all of their customers happy at all time. All of their representatives are always very helpful. However, they do only serve the business in the United Kingdom but they have not had any complaints from anyone as of yet. They understand that quality is one of the most important aspects when it comes to telephone answering services.

Pros:

  • They answer calls around the clock seven days a week three hundred and sixty five days a year
  • They answer calls the way that you want them to be answered every single time
  • When they answer calls they always remain respectful and polite, one never has to worry about losing any potential customers due to a rude representative
  • They have different prices and service plans for people who have over five hundred calls and people who have under five hundred calls
  • They have answered calls for many respectable business throughout the United Kingdom

Cons:

  • They do not list their prices on their website, www.alldaypa.com, so this may discourage some potential customers
  • They are not very detailed about their specific plans which may cause some people who may have been interested in their telephone answering services to go look somewhere else.
  • Their “we’ll call you” form should have a place where potential customers can feel out what time would be the best for them to call because without it the form just seems kind of useless