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    • 1 to 3 days

      Omaha

      24/7 Voicemail Reception

      9 – 5 Live Answering

      24/7 Custom Solutions

      Starts at $20/month

  • OMAHA

  • ABIE

  • ADAMS

  • AINSWORTH

  • ALBION

  • ALDA

  • ALEXANDRIA

  • ALLEN

  • ALLIANCE

  • ALMA

  • ALVO

  • AMELIA

  • AMES

  • AMHERST

  • ANGORA

  • ANSELMO

  • ANSLEY

  • ARAPAHOE

  • ARCADIA

  • ARCHER

  • ARLINGTON

  • ARNOLD

  • ARTHUR

  • ASHBY

  • ASHLAND

  • ASHTON

  • ATKINSON

  • ATLANTA

  • AUBURN

  • AURORA

  • AVOCA

  • AXTELL

  • AYR

  • BANCROFT

  • BARNESTON

  • BARTLETT

  • BARTLEY

  • BASSETT

  • BATTLE CREEK

  • BAYARD

  • BEATRICE

  • BEAVER CITY

  • BEAVER CROSSING

  • BEE

  • BEEMER

  • BELDEN

  • BELGRADE

  • BELLEVUE

  • BELLWOOD

  • BELVIDERE

  • BENEDICT

  • BENKELMAN

  • BENNET

  • BENNINGTON

  • BERTRAND

  • BIG SPRINGS

  • BINGHAM

  • BLADEN

  • BLAIR

  • BLOOMFIELD

  • BLOOMINGTON

  • BLUE HILL

  • BLUE SPRINGS

  • BOELUS

  • BOYS TOWN

  • BRADSHAW

  • BRADY

  • BRAINARD

  • BREWSTER

  • BRIDGEPORT

  • BRISTOW

  • BROADWATER

  • BROCK

  • BROKEN BOW

  • BROWNVILLE

  • BRULE

  • BRUNING

  • BRUNO

  • BRUNSWICK

  • BURCHARD

  • BURR

  • BURWELL

  • BUSHNELL

  • BUTTE

  • BYRON

  • CAIRO

  • CALLAWAY

  • CAMBRIDGE

  • CAMPBELL

  • CARLETON

  • CARROLL

  • CEDAR BLUFFS

  • CEDAR CREEK

  • CEDAR RAPIDS

  • CENTER

  • CENTRAL CITY

  • CERESCO

  • CHADRON

  • CHAMBERS

  • CHAMPION

  • CHAPMAN

  • CHAPPELL

  • CHESTER

  • CLARKS

  • CLARKSON

  • CLATONIA

  • CLAY CENTER

  • CLEARWATER

  • CODY

  • COLERIDGE

  • COLON

  • COLUMBUS

  • COMSTOCK

  • CONCORD

  • COOK

  • CORDOVA

  • CORTLAND

  • COZAD

  • CRAB ORCHARD

  • CRAIG

  • CRAWFORD

  • CREIGHTON

  • CRESTON

  • CRETE

  • CROFTON

  • CROOKSTON

  • CULBERTSON

  • CURTIS

  • DAKOTA CITY

  • DALTON

  • DANBURY

  • DANNEBROG

  • DAVENPORT

  • DAVEY

  • DAVID CITY

  • DAWSON

  • DAYKIN

  • DE WITT

  • DECATUR

  • DENTON

  • DESHLER

  • DEWEESE

  • DICKENS

  • DILLER

  • DIX

  • DIXON

  • DODGE

  • DONIPHAN

  • DORCHESTER

  • DOUGLAS

  • DU BOIS

  • DUNBAR

  • DUNCAN

  • DUNNING

  • DWIGHT

  • EAGLE

  • EDDYVILLE

  • EDGAR

  • EDISON

  • ELBA

  • ELGIN

  • ELK CREEK

  • ELKHORN

  • ELLSWORTH

  • ELM CREEK

  • ELMWOOD

  • ELSIE

  • ELSMERE

  • ELWOOD

  • ELYRIA

  • EMERSON

  • EMMET

  • ENDERS

  • ENDICOTT

  • ERICSON

  • EUSTIS

  • EWING

  • EXETER

  • FAIRBURY

  • FAIRFIELD

  • FAIRMONT

  • FALLS CITY

  • FARNAM

  • FARWELL

  • FILLEY

  • FIRTH

  • FORDYCE

  • FORT CALHOUN

  • FRANKLIN

  • FREMONT

  • FRIEND

  • FULLERTON

  • FUNK

  • GARLAND

  • GENEVA

  • GENOA

  • GERING

  • GIBBON

  • GILEAD

  • GILTNER

  • GLENVIL

  • GOEHNER

  • GORDON

  • GOTHENBURG

  • GRAFTON

  • GRAND ISLAND

  • GRANT

  • GREELEY

  • GREENWOOD

  • GRESHAM

  • GRETNA

  • GUIDE ROCK

  • GURLEY

  • HADAR

  • HAIGLER

  • HALLAM

  • HALSEY

  • HAMPTON

  • HARDY

  • HARRISBURG

  • HARRISON

  • HARTINGTON

  • HARVARD

  • HASTINGS

  • HAY SPRINGS

  • HAYES CENTER

  • HAZARD

  • HEARTWELL

  • HEBRON

  • HEMINGFORD

  • HENDERSON

  • HENDLEY

  • HERMAN

  • HERSHEY

  • HICKMAN

  • HILDRETH

  • HOLBROOK

  • HOLDREGE

  • HOLSTEIN

  • HOMER

  • HOOPER

  • HORDVILLE

  • HOSKINS

  • HOWELLS

  • HUBBARD

  • HUBBELL

  • HUMBOLDT

  • HUMPHREY

  • HYANNIS

  • IMPERIAL

  • INAVALE

  • INDIANOLA

  • INLAND

  • INMAN

  • ITHACA

  • JACKSON

  • JANSEN

  • JOHNSON

  • JOHNSTOWN

  • JULIAN

  • JUNIATA

  • KEARNEY

  • KENESAW

  • KENNARD

  • KEYSTONE

  • KILGORE

  • KIMBALL

  • LA VISTA

  • LAKESIDE

  • LAUREL

  • LAWRENCE

  • LEBANON

  • LEIGH

  • LEMOYNE

  • LEWELLEN

  • LEWISTON

  • LEXINGTON

  • LIBERTY

  • LINCOLN

  • LINDSAY

  • LINWOOD

  • LISCO

  • LITCHFIELD

  • LODGEPOLE

  • LONG PINE

  • LOOMIS

  • LORTON

  • LOUISVILLE

  • LOUP CITY

  • LYMAN

  • LYNCH

  • LYONS

  • MACY

  • MADISON

  • MADRID

  • MAGNET

  • MALCOLM

  • MALMO

  • MANLEY

  • MARQUETTE

  • MARSLAND

  • MARTELL

  • MASKELL

  • MASON CITY

  • MAX

  • MAXWELL

  • MAYWOOD

  • MC COOK

  • MC COOL JUNCTION

  • MCGREW

  • MCLEAN

  • MEAD

  • MEADOW GROVE

  • MELBETA

  • MEMPHIS

  • MERNA

  • MERRIMAN

  • MILFORD

  • MILLER

  • MILLIGAN

  • MILLS

  • MINATARE

  • MINDEN

  • MITCHELL

  • MONROE

  • MOOREFIELD

  • MORRILL

  • MORSE BLUFF

  • MULLEN

  • MURDOCK

  • MURRAY

  • NAPER

  • NAPONEE

  • NEBRASKA CITY

  • NEHAWKA

  • NELIGH

  • NELSON

  • NEMAHA

  • NENZEL

  • NEWCASTLE

  • NEWMAN GROVE

  • NEWPORT

  • NICKERSON

  • NIOBRARA

  • NORFOLK

  • NORTH BEND

  • NORTH LOUP

  • NORTH PLATTE

  • OAK

  • OAKDALE

  • OAKLAND

  • OCONTO

  • ODELL

  • ODESSA

  • OFFUTT A F B

  • OGALLALA

  • OHIOWA

  • ONEILL

  • ONG

  • ORCHARD

  • ORD

  • ORLEANS

  • OSCEOLA

  • OSHKOSH

  • OSMOND

  • OTOE

  • OVERTON

  • OXFORD

  • PAGE

  • PALISADE

  • PALMER

  • PALMYRA

  • PANAMA

  • PAPILLION

  • PARKS

  • PAWNEE CITY

  • PAXTON

  • PENDER

  • PERU

  • PETERSBURG

  • PHILLIPS

  • PICKRELL

  • PIERCE

  • PILGER

  • PLAINVIEW

  • PLATTE CENTER

  • PLATTSMOUTH

  • PLEASANT DALE

  • PLEASANTON

  • PLYMOUTH

  • POLK

  • PONCA

  • POTTER

  • PRAGUE

  • PRIMROSE

  • PURDUM

  • RAGAN

  • RANDOLPH

  • RAVENNA

  • RAYMOND

  • RED CLOUD

  • REPUBLICAN CITY

  • REYNOLDS

  • RISING CITY

  • RIVERDALE

  • RIVERTON

  • ROCA

  • ROCKVILLE

  • ROGERS

  • ROSALIE

  • ROSELAND

  • ROYAL

  • RULO

  • RUSHVILLE

  • RUSKIN

  • SAINT EDWARD

  • SAINT HELENA

  • SAINT LIBORY

  • SAINT PAUL

  • SALEM

  • SARGENT

  • SARONVILLE

  • SCHUYLER

  • SCOTIA

  • SCOTTSBLUFF

  • SCRIBNER

  • SENECA

  • SEWARD

  • SHELBY

  • SHELTON

  • SHICKLEY

  • SHUBERT

  • SIDNEY

  • SILVER CREEK

  • SMITHFIELD

  • SNYDER

  • SOUTH BEND

  • SOUTH SIOUX CITY

  • SPALDING

  • SPARKS

  • SPENCER

  • SPRAGUE

  • SPRINGFIELD

  • SPRINGVIEW

  • ST COLUMBANS

  • STAMFORD

  • STANTON

  • STAPLEHURST

  • STAPLETON

  • STEELE CITY

  • STEINAUER

  • STELLA

  • STERLING

  • STOCKVILLE

  • STRANG

  • STRATTON

  • STROMSBURG

  • STUART

  • SUMNER

  • SUPERIOR

  • SURPRISE

  • SUTHERLAND

  • SUTTON

  • SWANTON

  • SYRACUSE

  • TABLE ROCK

  • TALMAGE

  • TAYLOR

  • TECUMSEH

  • TEKAMAH

  • THEDFORD

  • THURSTON

  • TILDEN

  • TOBIAS

  • TRENTON

  • TRUMBULL

  • TRYON

  • UEHLING

  • ULYSSES

  • UNADILLA

  • UNION

  • UPLAND

  • UTICA

  • VALENTINE

  • VALLEY

  • VALPARAISO

  • VENANGO

  • VERDIGRE

  • VERDON

  • VIRGINIA

  • WACO

  • WAHOO

  • WAKEFIELD

  • WALLACE

  • WALTHILL

  • WALTON

  • WASHINGTON

  • WATERBURY

  • WATERLOO

  • WAUNETA

  • WAUSA

  • WAVERLY

  • WAYNE

  • WEEPING WATER

  • WELLFLEET

  • WEST POINT

  • WESTERN

  • WESTERVILLE

  • WESTON

  • WHITECLAY

  • WHITMAN

  • WHITNEY

  • WILBER

  • WILCOX

  • WILLOW ISLAND

  • WILSONVILLE

  • WINNEBAGO

  • WINNETOON

  • WINSIDE

  • WINSLOW

  • WISNER

  • WOLBACH

  • WOOD LAKE

  • WOOD RIVER

  • WYMORE

  • WYNOT

  • YORK

  • YUTAN
  • Does Phone Answering USA provide Automated Reception Services in Nebraska?

    Phone Answering USA provides Automated Reception Services in Nebraska. This package is simple and cost effective. This package includes a local phone number, unlimited calls, unlimited local & long distance minutes (in the continental US), unlimited call forwarding and up to 7 extensions.

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    Does Phone Answering USA provide Live 9am to 5pm Live Answering in Nebraska?

    Phone Answering USA provides a Pay Per Call Live 9-5 Answering Service in Nebraska. These call packages are designed for the company that does not need 24/7 phone answering and wishes to pay per call not per minute. It is a simple way to understand what your monthly cost will be month in and month out.

    Live 9am – 5pm Standard and Premium Package Differentiated:

    Standard Live Answering

    Calls personally answered/ Live Message Receiving/ forwarding call to voice mail, Monday – Friday, 9am – 5pm local time (except holidays). $1 per call over allotted package.

    Premium Live Answering

    Calls personally answered/ screened/ forwarded per your instruction, allowing you to decide whether to accept the call, Monday – Friday, 9am – 5pm local time (except holidays). $1 per call over allotted package.

    Find-Me / Follow-Me: Live efforts to forward your calls, allowing you to not miss that important call.

    Both Standard and Premium packages provide:

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    Does Phone Answering USA provide 24/7 Phone Answering services in Nebraska?

    Phone Answering USA provides a suite of Phone Answering 24/7 Services in Nebraska. All the service packages are custom to fit any companies’ needs.

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    State of Nebraska

    Nebraska is a state on the Great Plains of the Midwestern United States. Its state capital is Lincoln and its largest city is Omaha, on the Missouri River.
    The state is crossed by many historic trails, but it was the California Gold Rush that first brought large numbers here. Nebraska became a state in 1867.
    There are wide variations between winter and summer temperatures, and violent thunderstorms and tornadoes are common. The state is characterized by treeless prairie, ideal for cattle-grazing, and it is a major producer of beef, as well as pork, corn, and soybeans. Nebraska is overwhelmingly rural, as the 9th least-densely populated state of the United States.
    Ethnically, the largest group of Nebraskans are German-American. The state also has the largest per capita population of Czech-Americans among U.S. states.

    Etymology

    Nebraska gets its name from the archaic Otoe words Ni Brasge, pronounced (contemporary Otoe Ni Brahge), or the Omaha Ni Bthaska, pronounced , meaning “flat water”, after the Platte River that flows through the state.

    History

    Varying cultures of indigenous peoples lived in the region along the rivers for thousands of years before European exploration. Historical Native American tribes living in Nebraska have included the Omaha, Missouria, Ponca, Pawnee, Otoe, and various branches of the Lakota (Sioux).
    Long before the Lewis and Clark Expedition of 1804-1806, French-Canadian explorers (including the Mallet brothers in 1739) traversed the territory of Nebraska on their way to trade in Santa Fe, then claimed by Spain.
    In 1819, the United States established Fort Atkinson as the first US Army post west of the Missouri River, just east of present-day Fort Calhoun. The army abandoned the fort in 1827 as migration moved further west.
    European-American settlement did not begin in any numbers until after 1848 and the California Gold Rush. On May 30, 1854, the US Congress created the Kansas and the Nebraska territories, divided by the Parallel 40° North, under the Kansas-Nebraska Act. The Nebraska Territory included parts of the current states of Colorado, North Dakota, South Dakota, Wyoming, and Montana. The territorial capital of Nebraska was Omaha.
    In the 1860s, after the US government forced many of the Native American tribes to cede their lands and settle on reservations, it opened large tracts of land to agricultural development by Europeans and Americans. Under the Homestead Act, thousands of new settlers migrated into Nebraska to claim free land granted by the federal government. Because so few trees grew on the prairies, many of the first farming settlers built their homes of sod, as had the Native Americans such as the Omaha. The first wave of settlement gave the territory a sufficient population to apply for statehood.
    Nebraska became the 37th state on March 1, 1867, and the capital was moved from Omaha to the center at Lancaster, later renamed Lincoln after the recently assassinated President of the United States, Abraham Lincoln. The battle of Massacre Canyon on August 5, 1873, was the last major battle between the Pawnee and the Sioux.
    During the 1870s to the 1880s, Nebraska experienced a large growth in population. Several factors contributed to attracting new residents. The first was that the vast prairie land was perfect for cattle grazing. This helped settlers to learn the unfamiliar geography of the area. The second factor was the invention of several farming technologies. Agricultural inventions such as barbed wire, wind mills, and the steel plow, combined with good weather, enabled settlers to make use of Nebraska as prime farming land. By the 1880s, Nebraska’s population had soared to more than 450,000 people.
    The Arbor Day holiday was founded in Nebraska City by territorial governor J. Sterling Morton. The National Arbor Day Foundation is still headquartered in Nebraska City, with some offices in Lincoln.
    In the late nineteenth century, many African Americans migrated from the South to Nebraska as part of the Great Migration, primarily to Omaha which offered working class jobs in meatpacking, the railroads and other industries. Omaha has a long history of civil rights activism. Blacks encountered discrimination from other Americans in Omaha and especially from recent European immigrants, ethnic whites who were competing for the same jobs. In 1912 African Americans founded the Omaha chapter of the National Association for the Advancement of Colored People to work for improved conditions in the city and state. Activism has continued.
    Since the 1960s, Native American activism in the state has increased, both through open protest, activities to build alliances with state and local governments, and in the slower, more extensive work of building tribal institutions and infrastructure. Native Americans in federally recognized tribes have pressed for self-determination, sovereignty and recognition. They have created community schools to preserve their cultures, as well as tribal colleges and universities. Tribal politicians have also collaborated with state and county officials on regional issues.

    Geography

    The state is bordered by South Dakota to the north; Iowa to the east and Missouri to the southeast, across the Missouri River; Kansas to the south; Colorado to the southwest; and Wyoming to the west. The state has 93 counties; it occupies the central portion of the Frontier Strip. Nebraska is split into two time zones. The Central Time zone comprises the eastern half of the state, while the western half observes Mountain Time. Three rivers cross the state from west to east. The Platte River, formed by the confluence of the North Platte and the South Platte, runs through the central portion of the state, the Niobrara River flows through the northern part, and the Republican River runs across the southern part.
    Nebraska is composed of two major land regions: the Dissected Till Plains and the Great Plains. The easternmost portion of the state was scoured by Ice Age glaciers; the Dissected Till Plains were left behind after the glaciers retreated. The Dissected Till Plains is a region of gently rolling hills; Omaha and Lincoln are in this region.
    The Great Plains occupy the majority of western Nebraska. The Great Plains region consists of several smaller, diverse land regions, including the Sandhills, the Pine Ridge, the Rainwater Basin, the High Plains and the Wildcat Hills. Panorama Point, at 5,424 feet (1,653 m), is the highest point in Nebraska; despite its name and elevation, it is a relatively low rise near the Colorado and Wyoming borders.
    A past Nebraska tourism slogan was “Where the West Begins”; locations given for the beginning of the “West” include the Missouri River, the intersection of 13th and O Streets in Lincoln (where it is marked by a red brick star), the 100th meridian, and Chimney Rock. Nebraska is a triply landlocked state, as it does not border the ocean, nor do any of the states it borders, nor any that they border.

    Climate

    Two major climatic zones are represented in Nebraska: the eastern half of the state has a humid continental climate (Koppen climate classification Dfa), and the western half, a semi-arid climate (Koppen BSk). The entire state experiences wide seasonal variations in temperature and precipitation. Average temperatures are fairly uniform across Nebraska, with hot summers and generally cold winters, while average annual precipitation decreases east to west from about 31.5 inches (800 mm) in the southeast corner of the state to about 13.8 inches (350 mm) in the Panhandle. Humidity also decreases significantly from east to west. Snowfall across the state is fairly even, with most of Nebraska receiving between 25 and 35 inches (65 to 90 cm) of snow annually. Nebraska’s highest recorded temperature is 118 °F (48 °C) at Minden on July 24, 1936 and the lowest recorded temperature is -47 °F (-44 °C) at Camp Clarke on February 12, 1899.
    Nebraska is in Tornado Alley; thunderstorms are common in the spring and summer months, and violent thunderstorms and tornadoes happen primarily during the spring and summer, though they can also occur in the autumn. The chinook winds from the Rocky Mountains provide a temporary moderating effect on temperatures in western Nebraska during the winter months.

    Economy

    The Bureau of Economic Analysis estimates of Nebraska’s gross state product in 2010 was $89.8 billion. Per capita personal income in 2004 was $31,339, 25th in the nation. Nebraska has a large agriculture sector, and is an important producer of beef, pork, corn (maize), soybeans, and sorghum. Other important economic sectors include freight transport (by rail and truck), manufacturing, telecommunications, information technology, and insurance.
    As of January 2010, the state’s unemployment rate is 4.6%.

    Taxation

    Nebraska has a progressive income tax. The portion of income from $0 to $2,400 is taxed at 2.56%; from $2,400 to $17,500, at 3.57%; from $17,500 to $27,000, at 5.12%; and income over $27,000, at 6.84%. The standard deduction for a single taxpayer is $5,700; the personal exemption is $118.
    Nebraska has a state sales and use tax of 5.5%. In addition to the state tax, some Nebraska cities assess a city sales and use tax, in 0.5% increments, up to a maximum of 1.5%. One county in Nebraska, Dakota County, levies an additional 0.5% county sales tax. Food and ingredients that are generally for home preparation and consumption are not taxable. All real property within the state of Nebraska is taxable unless specifically exempted by statute. Since 1992, only depreciable personal property is subject to tax and all other personal property is exempt from tax. Inheritance tax is collected at the county level.

    Industry

    Kool-Aid was created in 1927 by Edwin Perkins in the city of Hastings, which celebrates the event the second weekend of every August with Kool-Aid Days. Kool-Aid is the official soft drink of Nebraska. CliffsNotes were developed by Clifton Hillegass of Rising City. He adapted his pamphlets from the Canadian publications, Coles Notes.
    Omaha is home to Berkshire Hathaway, whose CEO Warren Buffett was ranked in March 2009 by Forbes magazine as the second richest person in the world. The city is also home to ConAgra, Mutual of Omaha, InfoUSA, TD Ameritrade, West Corporation, Valmont Industries, Woodmen of the World, Kiewit Corporation, and the Union Pacific Railroad. UNIFI Companies, Nelnet, Sandhills Publishing Company, and Duncan Aviation are based in Lincoln; The Buckle is based in Kearney. Sidney is the national headquarters for Cabela’s, a specialty retailer of outdoor goods.
    The world’s largest train yard, Union Pacific’s Bailey Yard, is in North Platte. The Vise-Grip was invented by William Petersen in 1924, and was manufactured in De Witt until the plant was closed and moved to China in late 2008.
    Lincoln’s Kawasaki Motors Manufacturing is the only Kawasaki plant in the world to produce the Jet-Ski, ATV, and Mule lines of product. The facility employs more than 1200 people.
    The Spade Ranch, in the Sand Hills, is one of Nebraska’s oldest and largest beef cattle operations.

    Energy

    Nebraska has the potential to generate 3,011,000 GWh/year from 918,000 MW of wind power, and 14,132,000 GWh/year from solar power using 4,881,000 MW of photovoltaics (PV), including 4,228 MW of rooftop photovoltaics, and 1,753,000 MW of concentrated solar power.