We offer international freephone numbers, domestic toll-free numbers and virtual landline numbers (geographical or local numbers) in over 100 countries and almost 4000 cities worldwide. Our service always includes international call forwarding and in addition to this we offer special features, such as Voice2Mail or Time/Day Routing to help optimize the efficiency of your (inter)national phone numbers.
At TeleForwarding we offer so-called inbound phone numbers, the difference between inbound numbers and regular phone numbers is that inbound numbers allow you to receive calls but not to make calls. Our inbound numbers are also virtual which means that incoming call to these numbers can be forwarded to any landline, mobile phone, or in some cases IP address, around the world.
International freephone numbers are also known as +800 numbers or UIFN. A +800 number can be set up in around 50 countries worldwide and in each of these countries the number has the same format (+800 XXXX XXXX) and can be called for free. Click here to see in which countries we currently offer UIFN.
A domestic toll-free number is a toll-free number that can be set up in one single country and can be reached from within that entire country. In most European countries domestic toll-free numbers are known as 0800 numbers, these numbers are well-known and trusted and usually generate a lot of calls. We currently offer domestic toll-free numbers in over 100 countries worldwide.
A virtual landline number, also known as a geographical or local phone number, looks like a normal landline number, has a local call prefix and can be called at a local rate. Because this number is virtual all incoming calls can be forwarded to any landline, mobile phone or IP address in the world.
No, there is no such thing as an international premium rate number. If you would like to be available via a premium rate number in several countries, you would need several national premium rate numbers. However, in most countries it is becoming increasingly difficult to set up premium rate numbers and for that reason we currently only offer premium rate numbers in a limited number of countries.
No, domestic toll-free numbers, known in most countries as 0800 numbers, are national phone numbers and can only be called from within one specific country. This means that if you want to be available via an 0800 number in the United Kingdom and France, for instance, that you need two separate 0800 numbers.
No, a premium rate number is always a national phone number and cannot be called from abroad. Contrary to what some people think, there is no such thing as an international premium rate number. However, it is possible to set-up several national premium numbers if you would like to offer your premium services in more than one country.