Whether floating down canals or taking strolls through tulip fields, your customers are reachable in the Netherlands with Voxbone’s new mobile numbers. The Dutch are no strangers to mobile–in 2012 theirs was the first country in the world to introduce a nationwide emergency alert system for SMS. Since then, 4G technology has been adoption by more than half the population, with smartphone usage at 87%, according to a Deloitte study.
With the launch of Voxbone’s mobile numbers in the Netherlands, it’s a great time to reach out to customers in the region as effectively as possible. After all, SMS has an open rate of 98%, with 90% of texts being opened in the first three minutes they’re received. Voxbone’s numbers are 2-way SMS enabled, which means that you can use a combination of texting and voice to streamline your customer support. These numbers are reachable from all national and fixed Dutch mobile networks.
Voxbone already covers 141 area codes in the Netherlands with services that include toll-free, national and now mobile offerings. The mobile numbers use the country code +31 and have the prefix 97. With both inbound voice and 2-way SMS, these mobile numbers are ideal for your business’s communications strategy. Learn more about Voxbone’s SMS offering here.
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