AudPro and MyPhones team up

MyPhones and AudPro have announced a new partnership for clients to sell and onboard music on hold services. The move will see MyPhones’ customers being offered an exclusive package when they add AudPro’s service to their contracts, including an exclusive discount off their first purchase.

Paul Gibbs (pictured above, right), sales director at MyPhones, explained, “I want our clients to see the AudPro offering as a perk of buying MyPhones, adding value, differentiation and personalisation. As we approach a second lockdown this week, on hold messaging has now become a standard requirement for small and medium businesses needing to retain good customer relations while their offices are closed.”

The two companies say that, with office staff working from home, keeping callers updated on operations and offers is essential for small and medium size companies. The affiliate scheme will provide MyPhones partners with a wide range of extra benefits when offering AudPro’s services, including typical mark ups of 200 per cent.

Andrew Jones (pictured above, left), director at AudPro, added, “We are really pleased to be affiliated to MyPhones and to receive their recognition of the value of our service. We look forward to working with MyPhones’ reseller partners to help their customers discover the full potential of on-hold marketing and the opportunities it provides.”

AudPro has been providing professionally recorded Music on Hold services for over 15 years. It provides its channel partners and end-user businesses with engaging, high-definition audio messages that are designed to increase customer service scores and maximise sales.

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Charlotte Hathway

Charlotte is the editor of Comms Business and writes content to inform and educate the Channel about the latest technology and business developments from across the industry. Prior to her current role, she wrote for other MA Business titles New Electronics, Land Mobile and Critical Communications Today. Before moving into journalism, she spent five years working in public relations and has worked with various technology companies spanning telecommunications, cyber security and software development.

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