We're open day and night,
weekends and holidays.
Now your business is, too.
No contracts. No hidden fees or charges. Simple as that.
Manage your calls, leads and
messages all in one place
with our highly intuitive app.
Don't be nickel and dimed anymore by those other answering service companies. All of our features are included with every plan so you won't pay those annoying a la carte fees. VoiceNation is known as the industry leader, so relax and trust us with your important business calls like so many Fortune 500 companies already do. Welcome to the family!
We’re the only live answering service to offer online instant activation for your new virtual receptionist service. You don’t have to wait days to get your account up and running.
We answer your calls 24/7/365, including holidays. Since we never close, you never close! Stop losing business to calls that come through when you’re busy living your life.
Did you know that the U.S. is the second largest Spanish-speaking country in the world? Bilingual operators allow you to increase your customer base to non-English speaking clients.
Free Call Patching
Commonly referred to as call transfer, call relay, or call forwarding service, call patching is a feature many of our customers need and we make it super easy to configure.
Local or Toll-Free Number
Impress customers with a toll-free number, and ensure they never incur long-distance charges. Rather keep it local? We can assign numbers in any area code within the United States.
Put the power of your online dashboard in your pocket. With the VoiceNation mobile app, you can manage calls, messages and leads with a few quick swipes.
Reports & Analytics
Export comprehensive reports that detail call by date and month, billable time, frequent callers, calls by region and more.
24/7 Live Answering
Basic Message Taking
Dedicated Acct Manager
Phoenix, America’s sixth-largest city, is the gateway to the Grand Canyon. The spirit of Puebloans, ranchers, miners, and visionaries are attributed to the city’s rich history. Phoenix was named from the vision of pioneer Darrell Duppa, who saw the ruins and prehistoric canals of the Hohokam and believed another civilization would rise from the ashes.
Phoenix, Arizona does not observe daylight saving time due. In 1973, Governor Jack Williams felt that energy use would increase in the evening because refrigeration units were not used as often in the morning on standard time. Energy use would rise, he said “because there would be more lights on in the early morning.” It was noted that Williams was concerned about children going to school in the dark.