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This Startup Lets Anyone Setup A Call Center From Their Phone

This Startup Lets Anyone Setup A Call Center From Their Phone
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GoDial, a simple yet powerful app that can transform any phone into a fully functional autodialer, and can be used to operate just like a call center. What's even more interesting is that the users don't have to pay for any kind of VOIP charges since calls are placed from the SIM iteself. This solution is ideal for people working from homes during the pandemic.

Most people's who are in business need to make a lot of phone calls like stockbrokers, real estate agents, colleges, retail etc . Manually dialing out each number becomes a pain, and forgetting to callback is the most common problem. For such people, Avifa Infotech Pvt Ltd brings GoDial, an autodialer app that can function as a CRM and auto caller right on the phone in just about 2 minutes.

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Oneindia
Oneindia

Lost followers? Several users complain about drop in follower count: Here's what really happened

Lost followers? Several users complain about drop in follower count: Here's what really happened
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New Delhi, Dec 03: Twitter users in India on Thursday complained about losing their followers on a massive scale on the micro-blogging platform.

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India TV

Omicron Variant: India's first 2 cases detected in Karnataka | What we know so far

Omicron Variant: India's first 2 cases detected in Karnataka | What we know so far
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A patient in a car receives oxygen provided by a gurdwara in New Delhi

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  • India on Thursday reported its first two cases of the Omicron variant of COVID-19 from Karnataka.
  • Follow Covid-appropriate behavior and avoid mass gatherings, says govt to limit spread of Omicron.
  • Under the current situation, there is no need for lockdown, says Health Ministry.

India on Thursday reported its first two cases of the Omicron variant of COVID-19 from Karnataka.


Read all the latest updates on COVID-19 here.

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