How to Get 800 Number Service for Your Small Business

Find 800 numbers & Learn How to Get 800 Number Service


How to get 800 number service & find 800 numbers

Get 800 Number Service

Whether you’re a Fortune 500 Company, a home-based business, or a startup, you must get 800 number service for your company. If you are not sure how to get 800 number service or find 800 numbers – UniTel Voice can help! UniTel Voice is an FCC authorized RespOrg and has direct access to the National SMS 800 database that houses and regulates all toll free telephone numbers. UniTel Voice can instantly get toll free numbers from the National Database and secure them for your small business instantly. In fact, UniTel Voice has a toll free number search tool that is tied in real time to the National Database of available toll free numbers. Our search tool can help you find 800 numbers or sort through an available toll free prefixes list.

Three tips on how to get 800 number service & find 800 numbers for your small business:

  • Get 800 number service from a phone company that is an FCC authorized RespOrg.
  • When you are trying to find 800 numbers be sure to shop around.
  • If you cannot find 800 numbers look for available 888, 877, 866, or 855 numbers.

Get 800 Number Service

Why should I get 800 number service from an FCC authorized RespOrg?

You want to get 800 number service from a phone company that is its own RespOrg. Some companies are not authorized by the FCC to secure and manage toll free numbers regulated by the SMS 800 National Database. They have to rely on third-party RespOrgs to setup and manager their customer accounts. This makes customer service and support painfully slow and frustrating.

When you are trying to find 800 numbers why should you "shop around"?

At one time AT&T was practically the only company where you could get 800 number services. Today you can find 800 numbers form a variety of FCC authorized toll free providers offing low rates and tons of phone system features like a virtual auto attendant, voicemail, toll free forwarding and more.

What do I do if I can’t find 800 numbers available for me to use?

You may not be able to find 800 numbers available for use, because they’ve been in circulation for so long, and other companies are already using them. As an alternative to traditional 1800 numbers, you may find 888, 877, 866, or 855 toll free number prefixes available. These toll free numbers work the same as traditional 800 numbers.



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