RingCental Offers Three Months of Its Cloud-Based Phone System for Free

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Anand Eswaran updates us on RingCentral’s new initiative to offer RingCentral Office, their Cloud-Based Business Phone System, free of charge – for three months.

It’s a challenging time. School is closed, my children stayed home today becasue of the Coronavirus outbreak. Clearly, my family’s case is hardly unique.

Educators are scrambling to find solutions to ensure children continue their learning path – remotely. Healthcare providers are challenged to provide care and communicate effectively and real time with their patients and with each other. Nonprofits are creating awareness and connecting communities locally and globally with the right information, care, and help.

Well RingCentral have launched an initiative to try to help.

RingCentral’s technology enables mobile and distributed teams and entire organizations to collaborate, communicate effectively, and stay productive while minimizing risks to health and safety.

At RingCentral, we have been focused on making communications more accessible and seamless for over a decade. We see it as our duty, during this difficult time – to promote health and safety among the community at large.

Are you an organization that has been impacted by the pandemic?  Are you an educator? A health provider? Or non-profit organization? Well, RingCentral are offering you RingCentral Office, free of charge – for three months.

RingCentral Office will provide all those impacted with video conferencing, team messaging, business phones, and even SMS and fax — all modes of communication especially used by teachers, students, healthcare providers, and non-profits as they come to terms with the impact of COVID-19.

For teachers who now have to ensure students remain on their education paths through distance learning, RingCentral’s video conferencing capabilities, team messaging and screen sharing enable them to stay connected with students.

Similarly, remote school staff and teachers can stay connected with concerned parents without having to use personal cell phones.

RingCentral’s cloud-based phone system provides phone numbers to organizations and every individual enabling them to call and send/receive SMS using those business numbers (rather than personal mobile numbers).

Similarly, healthcare providers who need to check in on their patients’ well-being, can also leverage RingCentral’s business phone service.

In addition,faxing any documentation whether that’s prescriptions, billing details, previous health records, etc. is also offered to ensure that the health and safety of patients is not compromised.

Non-profit organizations are offering services to impacted people mainly via phone and text and the RingCentral solution, which can be enabled within minutes for the entire organization – for rapid response, makes it a viable option so those on the frontlines of the crisis don’t lose time.

On behalf of the global workforce at RingCentral, stay safe and thank you.

Author: Robyn Coppell

Published On: 13th Mar 2020 - Last modified: 24th Mar 2020
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