Professional IVR and Auto-Attendant Business Phone Prompts

High-quality, on-demand recordings.

Language: English
Technical specifications: 48kHz / 24-bit / Mono / .wav

Commissions for custom prompts are available upon request.

Prompt list:
1. Hello!
2. Thank you for calling!
3. Please leave a message after the tone.
4. We will get back to you within one business day.
5. For Accounting…
6. For HR…
7. For Technical Support…
8. Press…
9. Dial…
10. Numbers 0-12 / asterisk (*) / pound (#)
11. That extension does not exist.
12. Please try again.
13. Please wait.
14. We’ll be with you shortly.
15. You’ve reached us after hours.
16. Our business hours are…
17. Monday through Sunday
18. From…
19. AM
20. …to…
21. PM
22. :30 (Thirty)
23. For Sales…
24. For Marketing…
25. To speak to the General Manager
26. For more information please visit our website at…
27. …or email us at…

Hello!
Thank you for calling!
Please leave a message after the tone.
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Certificate: Advanced Voice-Over Techniques and Tips

Great insight into the more… technical side of voice-overs. The course delivers on its promise of boosting efficiency and touches on the marketing and performance side of the trade. The recording techniques and shortcuts will definitely shave off some much-valued production time! Thank you, Peter!

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Do you ever hear the sound of a can opening and immediately think of the world’s favourite soft drink? If you’ve seen an advertisement and right away knew what company or product it was for, that is the result of consistent branding. The reason why today’s biggest brands use the same logo, imagery, colours and jingles for years on end is because they know their customers will immediately recognize it. 

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So why is brand consistency so important?

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