We want to help make your company shine because when you shine, so do we.

We're Always Here For You

We are available 24/7/365, including holidays, for you and your callers.

Notifications On Your Terms

Receive notifications however you prefer. We can send you an email, text message, transfer the call, or even send you a fax.

CRM & Software Integration

We can integrate with most CRMs on the market, which saves you from having to type all that information in.

Local or Toll-Free Number

Do you want to give the impression of a national brand? We have toll-free numbers available! If you prefer to appear local, we can assign you any local number in the US.

Inbound/Outbound Call Handling

In addition to accepting your inbound calls, we can make follow-up calls to your existing leads and clients.

Call Patching

Do you need to patch certain callers to your or your staff? If so, we can set up rules for call patching, also known as call forwarding.

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Our Answering Service Pricing

AnswerAide can help you grow your business while saving you money. You will receive all the benefits of a full-time receptionist for just a fraction of the cost.

Pay As You Go

0 Minutes Included
$ 40
  • $1.65 Per Minute


125 Minutes Included
$ 150
  • $1.50 Per Additional Minute


450 Minutes Included
$ 475
  • $1.30 Per Additional Minute


700 Minutes Included
$ 720
  • $1.25 Per Additional Minute


1,000 Minutes Included
$ 1,000
  • $1.20 Per Minute


2,500 Minutes Included
$ 2,400
  • $0.99¢ Per Additional Minute


5,000 Minutes Included
$ 4,575
  • $0.95¢ Per Additional Minute


10,000 Minutes Included
$ 8,500
  • $0.89¢ Per Additional Minute

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History of Macon, GA

Macon was founded in 1823 on the banks of the Ocmulgee River, growing out of the 1806 frontier Fort Hawkins. The fort was named for an Indian Scout sent to the area to set up trading, and the city was named for a beloved North Carolinian statesman.

Legend has it that the elders of the Creek Nation curse the banks of the Ocmulgee River. Way back in 1830, the US Government relocated the Creek Nation to the “Indian Territory,” and it was around that time that the rumor started to spread about the curse.

Macon was once the temporary capital of Georgia. By 1864 things were not going well for the Confederacy’s attempt to secede from the Union. After the fall of the then state capital in Milledgeville, the state government fled to Macon, Ga, and in February of 1865 where a special assembly of the state government was held at Macon City Hall.

In February of 1973, the Piedmont region of Georgia was hit by one of the biggest snowstorms of all time. Macon was buried in 16.5” of snow, and with little or no ability to move that amount of snow, the city was paralyzed. The storm was blamed for 31 deaths, and the blizzard of ‘73 has since become folklore to those citizens who lived through it.

Macon has 14 historic districts containing over 5,500 historic buildings.

Population: 153,095

Area Codes: 478

Zip Codes: 31201, 31202, 31203, 31204, 31206, 31207, 31209, 31210, 31211, 31213, 31217, 31294

Nearby Cities: Centerville, GA; Warner Robins, GA; Perry, GA; Milledgeville, GA; Eatonton, GA; Thomaston, GA; Griffin, GA; Dublin, GA; Covington, GA; Stockbridge, GA; Cordele, GA; Conyers, GA; Americus, GA; Monroe, GA; Fayetteville, GA

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