The aim of the paper is to examine the ways in which the employeesâ body and especially embodied use of voice is utilised as a resource in interactive service work in call centres. The focus of the analysis; based on interviews with call centre employees and team leaders; is on employeesâ embodied experiences at work. Simultaneously; the focus of analysis is on the cultural meanings given to bodies; which are intertwined with the expressed experiences. The everyday work in call centres is based on speaking on the phone and therefore the employeesâ bodily appearance is concentrated on their voice. The embodied use of voice is the employeesâ central resource and occupational skill and; furthermore; the embodied use of voice is included in the service work quite indistinguishably. From the employersâ point of view; various kinds of embodied voices are needed to represent the different services and products and in this respect the employeesâ age and gender are intertwined with the distribution of work tasks.