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More and more companies use virtual landline numbers to be locally attainable for their customers from all over the world. But what exactly are virtual landline numbers, and, more importantly, how can these benefit your organization and customers?
What are geographic phone numbers?
Virtual landline numbers, or geographical numbers, look like a normal landline number and have a local area code. Your customers will recognize your virtual landline number as a local phone number they can call at a local or national rate. This creates trust and generates more calls.
Say you are a London based business but also have clients in Ireland: with a local number using the Dublin 01 area code you allow your clients to call you on an Irish landline while you answer all incoming calls in your London office, or even on your mobile phone. Your customers won’t notice their calls are being forwarded and have the feeling they are talking to a local business. This way you can be local and international at the same time!
We offer geographical numbers in over 3000 cities around the world and forward all incoming calls to the landline, mobile phone or IP address of your choice. This allows you to build a strong local presence for your company without having to set up local offices. Our additional features such as Time of Day Routing and Voice2Mail enable you to handle incoming calls from different time zones effectively and further improve customer service.
We can activate your virtual landline numbers immediately which means your new local phone numbers are only one click away. Recently we’ve added hundreds of numbers to our already vast portfolio, including numerous new towns in the United States, new national numbers in Algeria and Sri Lanka and several cities in Russia and China.
Do you want to be local and international at the same time? For more information about Virtual Landline Numbers please don’t hesitate to call us on +800 00123456 – it’s free!