Due to the nature of my work I have to make calls to our customers, and most of them are based in Australia and NZ. When talking to an operator, I'd quite often hear them say something along the lines of "I will pop you through to him/her". I have always thought the correct expression is "to put someone through to someone".
Is it just me not making out what they are saying? Or is this expression correct?
My gut feeling is saying "pop" is such a verb that you could use virtually in all situations that imply quick movement or gestures, hence I guess it might be used here in this context? I tried looking it up multiple times, but I haven't found any answers.