taking calls

taking calls

willing to receive telephone calls. I'm sorry, but she's not taking calls at the moment. Can I have her call you later?
See also: call, taking
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ITXC is known as the essential off-net carrier taking calls to and from everywhere a carrier's own network doesn't reach.
This amounts to taking calls and dealing with photo and interview requests.
Francis' soccer coach, spent Saturday morning calling and taking calls from players and referees who wanted to know whether the game would be played as scheduled.
Tracey Halpin, who has been looking after Misty since she was found, said: "The interest has been phenomenal and we have been taking calls all day.
Firms taking calls from people keen to make the most of the new retirement freedoms, which started earlier this week, said that in general, savers appear to be behaving "reasonably" and are taking time to consider their options.
We're taking calls from 11am to Noon We're taking calls from 11am to Noon for Aberdeen and Dundee United fans for Aberdeen and Dundee United fans AND from 3.
According to official figures, mobile phones pose the biggest accident risk to drivers as they get carried away by messages, tweeting and taking calls.
Rovers have put caretaker Gary Bowyer in charge for the rest of the season, but they are also taking calls about potential long-term successors after a stormy season of managerial change.
Surely when the hospital have a VIP in their care, they should have a PR manager taking calls or have all calls directed to their communications department?
Online orders mean staff spend less time taking calls and more making pizzas, cutting average delivery time from 24.
Although it is gradually resuming taking calls, it yesterday revealed that the issues will cost it pounds 10million in restructuring costs and fees in the second half of its financial year, while it will pay a further pounds 10million a year to reinvigorate its sales processes.
The company, which has resumed taking calls, said it faces pounds 10m in restructuring costs and fees in the second half of its financial year and will pay a further pounds 10m a year to reinvigorate its sales processes.
A TWENTY-year-old man who robbed his former girlfriend of her mobile telephone to see if she had been taking calls from another man has been spared time behind bars.
The Coventry branch has 80 trained volunteers who man the phones, taking calls from people who feel distressed, in despair or suicidal.
She worked in a Liverpool call centre, but was dismissed last summer, when preganant, for allegedly avoiding taking calls.