It operates from Monday to Friday between the hours of 8am and 2pm, similar to the way that the Palma Town Council information number (010) runs at present, Monday to Friday from 9am-9pm. There are also specialised telephone information numbers such as 092 which is a Local Police line; 112, which is a contact number for emergency services, and 080 which gives direct contact with the Fire Station. With the setting up of the call centre, residents will receive personal attention at whatever time they call regardless of the hour of the day, and not as in the past where questions had to be asked at a fixed time, said Alvarez. The deputy said that the cost of setting up such a service will be 870'000 euros and added that at the beginning, information will be provided by a team of between 25 and 30 people, five of whom will always be on guard duty. An option of a callback service is also under review to deal with the case of people calling the information centre and there is no answer at that specific moment. Finally, he signalled that the new service will provide a means for citizens to be able to present complaints and suggestions to the Town Hall, in the same way that they can already do on the website www.palmademallorca.es.
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