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Among the issues addressed last night were long holding times experienced by residents when calling Charter for customer service and Charter's not complying with the town's request for quarterly response reports and other financial statements.
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Callers were often delayed by long holding times and busy signals.
Country Style Smart Fries use an exclusive clear batter to give them a desirable crunch, enhancing real potato flavor while offering extra long holding times for foodservice operators and this reducing waste and lost sales.
To ensure the smooth flow of incoming telephone traffic, minimize the possibility of long holding times and dropped calls, and heighten the productivity of phone personnel, the Bellflower facility relies heavily on multi-line announcer call-sequencing and management information systems that streamline call-handling and assist in comprehensive, daily evaluation of both telephone personnel and equipment.
Internet traffic congestion occurs when data traffic, with long holding times, is mixed with voice traffic with short holding times.
Our immediate goals are clear," says Hamer Hodges, "to detect and redirect calls with long holding time, to solve the PSTN congestion problem, and to add value with Internet access services on existing infrastructure.