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Princeton Virtual Office
A Virtual Office starts with a local or toll free telephone number.
Now you're in business…barely.
Customers and prospects can call your
Princeton Virtual Office number and leave a message. But, customers don't call a business to leave a message. They call to speak with someone, now.
By adding “Find Me – Follow Me” your Princeton Virtual Office will call you, at any number, and connect your callers to you, live. And with optional free Call Screening, you'll decide which calls to take, and which to send to voice mail.
New: Callers can listen to Your Company's “On-Hold” Message, while they wait to be transferred.
You can sound even bigger, when your
Princeton Virtual Office answers with an Auto Attendant. Callers might hear “Thank you for calling [your company]. If you know the extension number of the person you're calling, you may enter it at any time. For Sales press 1, Technical Support press 2, Billing press 3, etc. or Press 9 for the Dial by Name Directory”, even though all calls and departments are transferred to you!
When you don't take calls live, callers can leave a voice mail message. Each person and department can have their own private voice mailbox. Your
Princeton Virtual Office can then call you and deliver the message to you and send the message to your email, so you can hear it over your computer, or any Internet devise. You can also be notified by pager.
That's great, but you're still not done. Every business needs to be able to receive Faxes. Your
Princeton Virtual Office number can be set to automatically receive faxes, or you can add a separate number for faxes only. Faxes are delivered to your email, where they can be viewed, printed, forwarded, saved or discarded.
Princeton Virtual Office, you're in business for real:
A Local or Toll Free telephone number
Dial by Name Directory
Find Me, Follow Me
Live Call Transfer
Message Delivery or Notification
Fax Receiving and Delivery
Complete Local Number Virtual Office
Complete Toll Free Number Virtual Office
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Princeton Virtual Office, Call
New Jersey 's State capital is the city of Trenton , approximately thirteen miles away, but the Governor's official residence has been in Princeton since nineteen forty-five, when Morven became the first Governor's mansion. It was later replaced by the larger Drumthwacket, a larger colonial mansion also located in Princeton . Morven became the home of the New Jersey Historical Society. Princeton was named number fifteen of the top one hundred towns in the United States to Live and Work In by Money Magazine in two thousand five. During the War for Independence , British and American armies crossed New Jersey several times. On January third, seventeen seventy-seven, the American forces led by George Washington scored an important victory over British forces led by Charles Cornwallis in the Battle of Princeton. British forces marching from New York to respond to the raid on Trenton, December twenty-six, seventeen seventy-seven, were spotted by Washington's troops about two miles west of what was then Princeton, now the very center of the town. In one engagement Washington 's forces defeated the British rear guard, although Brigadier General Hugh Mercer was killed commanding the unit. The site is preserved as Princeton Battlefield State Park . In a series of other engagements Washington scattered the British in Princeton and achieving a decisive, if minor, victory. Princeton High School opened in nineteen fifteen, at time when racial segregation was the norm in the area. Despite this, and the fact that there was a separate elementary school for black Princetonians, the school admitted students of all races. Princeton has been the setting of several motion pictures, most notably the Academy Award-winning A Beautiful Mind about the schizophrenic mathematician John Nash. The nineteen ninety-nine film I.Q., featuring Meg Ryan, Tim Robbins, and Walter Matthau as Albert Einstein, was also set in Princeton . The TV show House is located in Princeton , at the fictional Princeton-Plainsboro Teaching Hospital, and establishing shots for the hospital display the Frist Campus Center of Princeton University.