Having a US toll free number will allow you to advertise in America and encourage your customers to call you for free. This has two clear benefits:-
- It will allow your potential or existing customers to call you for free - encouraging them to do business with you.
- It will make you look as if you have an office in the USA - American people like to buy from American companies.
The service is quick to set up as we carry lots of USA toll free numbers in stock, with a minimum term of just 30 days the risk is almost zero. We supply to some major global companies and even smaller organisations are starting to get to grips with this service.
Please note that Mobile Surcharges DO NOT apply to US toll free numbers and the cost to receive a call will be the same if called from a landline or mobile phone in the USA.
US toll free numbers have been in existence since 1967 so the market is very established. AT&T were the 1st supplier of USA toll free numbers and soon many thousands of organisations started to use them. It didn't take long for the commercials to become affordable for almost every business in the USA to use such a number. This created a problem as there were only so many numbers available for sale.
Toll free numbers in the USA started out as 1800 numbers and due to the popularity the country regulator had to introduce new number ranges that were toll free. Now the USA have several number ranges that are toll free. These include:-
- 1800 numbers
- 1888 numbers
- 1877 numbers
- 1866 numbers
At the moment we are supplying 1866, 1855 and 1877 toll free numbers as all other number ranges are not available. These numbers are widely known as USA toll free numbers along with its other ranges. 1866, 1855 and 1877 numbers will eventually run out but the USA have been very smart as they have already allocated the following codes as toll free number ranges:-
1855, 1844. 1833, 1822, 1889 and 1880 all the way to 1887.
If you are interested in using a US toll free number for your company and want to learn more please feel free to contact us.
Companies in the UK often call these types of numbers "USA Freephone Numbers".