Expanding into the Mexican economy has never been easier when you rely on the massive bank of VirtualPBX international numbers for your international business number in Mexico.
Much more than pristine beaches and ancient archeology, our neighbors to the south are one of the most rapidly growing economies in the hemisphere, and businesses that get a presence there early will enjoy a long run of success. The multi-billion dollar a year market for calling cards to Mexico is not dominated by personal calls alone, as much of that voice traffic is by businesses that operate across the border.
Now, companies don’t need to miss out on great Mexican business relationships for lack of a cost-effective way to connect with their southern counterparts, because with VirtualPBX all calls to Mexico are considered local!
Starting your expansion into Mexico with an international business number is the best way to begin expanding your company’s footprint, but it requires a good deal of support to make this type of growth successful. Fortunately, all VirtualPBX international business numbers in Mexico are backed by the full force of the enterprise-grade features that all of your domestic numbers come with, too. You can move your business into new international markets with confidence knowing that your international business number in Mexico is equipped with functionality like this-
There really hasn’t ever been a better time to move your business presence into Mexico with an international business number. The fastest-growing economy in North America is ready for business and an international number in Mexico is the first step to getting involved therein. Remember, though, that while many Mexicans are bilingual because Spanish is the official language of our neighbors to the south, it’s a good idea to bone-up on your high school Spanish or just keep a translator service nearby. Thankfully, VirtualPBX has a Multiple Auto Attendants feature to offer bilingual attendant options for those calling in.
Also, keeping an eye on the current currency conversion rate between the Mexican peso and American dollar is a good idea, too, especially if you plan to conduct transactions in either currency. Either way, you move forward, be prepared to broaden your horizons to Mexico’s rich culture and robust economy when you acquire your international business number from VirtualPBX.
“Local” includes the United States of America (50 states including Alaska and Hawaii as well as Puerto Rico), Canada, and Mexico.