It may seem tough to believe, but Dash was only introduced to the world earlier this year. In light of the overwhelmingly positive reception to Dash from both industry examiners, customers, and even our own peers, all of the accolades that Dash has received reminds us why it seems like we can’t ever remember a time when it wasn’t around. Well, we’ve got some more news for you about Dash that will also have us trying to remember what life was like before. Starting today, Dash will be available to try out for up to two weeks as part of the new Dash free trial.
Dash For Everyone
Dash broke the mold for user experience when it was introduced and subsequent iterations aren’t held to any lesser of a bar. That is why the new Dash free trial comes with the ability to add up to 5 users on our Essentials and Advanced plans. This way your entire team, from the sales engine of your business to the folks who make sure you have enough coffee in the break room, can try out your new phone system. Plus, with totally commitment-free use for up to 60 calling minutes or two weeks, whichever comes first, your team will have all the time it needs to explore the award-winning VoIP platform.
Don’t Skimp on the Details
We never do! Unlike other trials or demos that offer the “sneak peek” style of experience where various features and functions are locked, we want you to experience the whole enchilada. That’s why we have all of the enterprise-grade features that have made Dash so popular available to everyone on the Dash free trial. You wouldn’t expect to take a test drive in a new car but not be allowed to use the radio, would you? So why would you expect anything less than the total, full-throttle, and unparalleled experience that comes from the still all new Dash?
Get Started Now
Get started today by signing-up for your own, no strings attached, Dash free trial. After you do that make sure to follow us on Twitter or like us on Facebook for a constant stream of news and tips on how to get the most our of Dash and all of your business communications needs.