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Phone prompts / IVR voiceover services

Your phone line is one of the best ways to interact with your customers. It’s a marketing opportunity! 

A customer always needs to be assured that they’re on the right path and a professional voice-over service for business telephone greetings, out-of-hours messages, and IVR systems will communicate your messages clearly with a wide demographic of callers. 

My voice is used by companies large and small, worldwide, for their phone systems. A warm, smooth voice that instantly puts your customers at ease and makes them feel welcome.

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Top tips for IVR phone prompts

Here are some things to consider when choosing the right voice for your telephone system / IVR:

Vocal age

Voices are commonly age 30-50 because most callers want to be taken seriously by someone in authority. If they sound too young or old it can lead to misconceptions and dropped calls.


Up to 75% of businesses choose a female voice actor.

‘Neutral’ English Accent

There is actually no such thing as a neutral accent, but most people in the UK want a soft RP-English accent.


A smooth ‘texture’ voice-over is considered the most professional and clear sounding to listeners.

Normal pitch

A normal pitch voice is easier to hear over a poor-quality phone line signal. If your IVR voice-over artist is too deep or high-pitched they may not sound coherent.

A nurturing tone

A reassuring and calm voice keeps callers happy on hold. It’s important not to sound overly jovial, especially if the reason for the customer call is to make a complaint!

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