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December 2015
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At this time of year, companies organize food drives and hold Secret Santa parties all to embrace the spirit of the season. That carries over to all their business communications as well, adding season's greetings to invoices, announcements, their web presence, where ever they think there should be a touch of the Ho, Ho, Ho. That includes their phone system as well, with a customized greeting wishing everyone the very best and notification of holiday hours or shutdown.

NEWT introduced a new Holiday Auto Attendant Configuration feature upgrade allowing for easy Holiday Greeting operation.

Check out the video to see how easy it is to implement. 
Have you customized your auto attendant holiday greeting?

Here is the script for the THM Group holiday message, feel free to modify and use for your message.

Thank you for calling The THM Group. Our office is currently closed for the Christmas holidays. We will re-open for business on Monday December 29th. In observance of the New Year holiday, our offices will also be closed on Friday, January 1st so that our employees may enjoy the day with family and friends. We will resume our regular business hours of 8:00 am to 5:00 pm on Monday January 4th. From all of us here at The THM Group, we would like to wish you and yours the very best of this holiday season.

And here is the audio version - have a listen.

Many companies pay more than they should for phone service

Over time things in your business change. When we perform audits we often find lines that aren't in use any more that are still being paid for, or lines that have no long distance plan in place, meaning you're paying the full un-discounted rate for calls on that line.

All we need to do the audit is to talk to you for a few minutes and review copies of your phone bills.

Contact us by email or phone  866-233-7464 and one of our consultants will get in touch to arrange for your complimentary Business Telephone Analysis/Audit.
Three Story of the Candlestick Telephone

The first consumer telephones were heavy wooden wall mounted hand cranked telephones. That changed in 1892 when Bell introduced the first upright desk top telephone called "desk stand" or "candlestick" telephone.

This was a significant improvement over the wooden wall models and Bell understood the need for innovation because this was now one year before his first telephone patent was set to expire, opening the door to competition. Think of the enhancements since 1892!