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Topic # 57783 24-Feb-2010 19:13
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We're sorting out our entire phone system again, and will most likely be implementing some hold music.

So, if we did have hold music, what sort of songs would you want them to be?

Post some ideas of good songs for hold music or links to youtube videos of those songs.

Thanks in advance.




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  Reply # 301900 24-Feb-2010 19:29
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dont forget to purchase your music on hold license from apra.... http://www.apra.co.nz/html/industry.php?id=6566




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  Reply # 301902 24-Feb-2010 19:39
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I would like to have the option to skip to next song, so I have some control on what am I waiting for.

 
 
 
 


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  Reply # 301905 24-Feb-2010 19:50
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Regs: dont forget to purchase your music on hold license from apra.... http://www.apra.co.nz/html/industry.php?id=6566


Oh don't worry about that, we will definitely be getting the appropriate licenses.




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  Reply # 301909 24-Feb-2010 20:15
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Dont know what business youre wanting it for but heres some for other companies....
(All selected as tounge in cheek, no offence intended :) )

Title -  Artist  - Appropriate Company
Nobody's Perfect -  Hannah Montana - Telecom XT Support
Welcome to Where Ever You Are -  Bon Jovi - Telecom Manila call center
Money For Nothing - Dire Straits  - WINZ
Learn To Fly  - Foo Fighters  - SPINZ
Who Wants To Live Forever -  Queen - Anyone who puts you on hold for more than 2 minutes..




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  Reply # 301910 24-Feb-2010 20:19
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Simply Red - Keep Holding on

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  Reply # 301911 24-Feb-2010 20:30
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I like the idea of using a plethora of Kiwi Music, something you will hum along to after the call is finished.

Defo go for a Kiwi flavour me thinks.

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  Reply # 301922 24-Feb-2010 21:41
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HiK1000716:
Regs: dont forget to purchase your music on hold license from apra.... http://www.apra.co.nz/html/industry.php?id=6566


Oh don't worry about that, we will definitely be getting the appropriate licenses.


had to mention it - my clients were always surprised when I told them they needed a license.

as for music, +1 to good old kiwi music.  I quite like the natures best compilations for a good range




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  Reply # 301923 24-Feb-2010 21:48
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DjShadow: Simply Red - Keep Holding on


Or Toto - Hold the Line.



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  Reply # 301930 24-Feb-2010 22:16
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xpd: Dont know what business youre wanting it for


It's the one in my signature. Electronics.


uktuatara: Defo go for a Kiwi flavour me thinks.


I'm liking that idea.




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  Reply # 301948 24-Feb-2010 23:21
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use the cheese :)




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  Reply # 301951 24-Feb-2010 23:30
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Lonely Island?




Do whatever you want to do man.

  

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  Reply # 301961 25-Feb-2010 07:57
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ZollyMonsta: use the cheese :)


Even better, use some gold ol richard cheese




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Balchy: Even better, use some gold ol richard cheese


Richard Cheese? Who's Richard Cheese?




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http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=KCv2cgIlnHA

He has some great lounge covers!




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  Reply # 301965 25-Feb-2010 08:28
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HiK1000716:
Regs: dont forget to purchase your music on hold license from apra.... http://www.apra.co.nz/html/industry.php?id=6566


Oh don't worry about that, we will definitely be getting the appropriate licenses.



You would one of the few out there..




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