10 Jun 2009

Broadcast Your Audio Message with SuiteAdvantage

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Organizing a church event? Study group? Family dinner? Trying to call everyone for a soccer practice? Or announcing the time and date for a make-up class? Reminders? Time is money! Wouldn’t it be great if you can broadcast your message, without having to make multiple calls?

OneSuite’s VoIP service, SuiteAdvantage, has just been upgraded to provide this perk. With the new message broadcasting feature that comes with the subscription, you can get your messages across worldwide without repeating yourself. Set up to 100 distribution groups, with domestic, international, or other SuiteAdvantage numbers. Broadcast your message to your group members worldwide at a touch of a button. No fuss. No muss.

The message broadcasting feature is a FREE enhanced addition to SuiteAdvantage, our PC calling service at $2.95 per month. Other cool VoIP benefits include FREE member calls, FREE incoming calls, FREE voicemails, pay-as-you-go billing, area code selection… See how we compare with other VoIP competitors.

To use our message broadcasting feature, please first subscribe to SuiteAdvantage. Then follow the steps below.

SuiteAdvantage message broadcasting 1 2 3:


Login My Account > SuiteAdvantage > Features > Voicemail Setting;


Make sure your voicemail setting is enabled;


Create your distribution groups on the same page below (phone numbers may be domestic number, international number or other SuiteAdvantage number);


On your OneSuite SoftPhone, dial *0 to enter the voicemail menu;


Dial 2 to send a message;


Record your message. When prompted to send the message, enter the distribution group number;


Your recorded message is delivered to group members; if the call is not picked up, the message is delivered to their voicemail box if available.

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