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Gabby, you're based at home, but you still come here to M&B at least once a week. And you're always *on call for client meetings, aren't you?

Is it okay to say "you're always ready for" instead of "you're always on call for"?

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Gabby, you're based at home, but you still come here to M&B at least once a week. And you're always *on call for client meetings, aren't you?

Is it okay to say "you're always ready for" instead of "you're always on call for"?
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