Establish a Local Presence with a Bangladesh Toll Free Number
Like other Toll Free (ITFS) phone numbers, Bangladesh Toll Free Numbers are country specific. That means they are free to dial for callers located within Bangladesh. A great tool for your customers and prospects, it gives them a free way to communicate with your company. It’s also cost-effective and easy to manage with AVOXI’s user portal. You can answer these calls from anywhere in the world.
The cloud-based online portal gives you a centralized place to customize and track your phone number. From here, you can set up call forwarding rules, IVR (interactive voice response) and auto attendant along with a variety of other calling features. The portal dashboard gives you a snapshot into call performance from which you can drill into detailed information about a specific number or call.
Who Can Call My Bangladesh Toll Free Number?
Like we mentioned above, if located in Bangladesh, prospects and customers can dial a Bangladesh Toll Free number free of charge. The toll free number is also accessible from mobile. However, there may be other restrictions for payphone accessibility.
Calling and Doing Business in Bangladesh
Located near India and Myanmar, Bangladesh has a population of 163 million people. Its capital and largest city is Dhaka, followed closely by Chittagong. Maintaining a steady annual growth in Gross Domestic Product (GDP) of approximately six percent since 1990, Bangladesh has a booming industry in ready-made garments (RMG). It’s RMG exports to the United States reached $6 billion in 2015 according to the International Trade Administration, U.S. Department of Commerce.
Using a toll free number is a smart decision for any business looking to establish a local presence within a specific country. Bangladesh International Toll Free Numbers are no exception. If your company has customers or partners located within this country, they can call your number free of charge while you answer phone calls wherever you have Internet access.
Agriculture is the largest industry within Bangladesh, mainly due to its soil fertility. The agriculture industry employs nearly half of the workforce in this country. The climate is mostly tropical in Bangladesh with a mild winter and a hot humid summer. Because of its location to the Tropic of Cancer, it experiences flooding and tropical cyclones nearly every year. Encouragingly, 2017 July and August indicated positive performances in both exports and remittances from abroad.