1300 Numbers : 1800 Numbers
Geographically independant numbers that cost the same to call from anywhere in Australia. Make it easy for your customers to call you.
We’re the first in the industry to offer real-time setup and configuration of 1300 number & 1800 number services. Manage everything from inside your account control panel.
100% Satisfaction Guarantee
We guarantee that you will be satisfied with our available 1300 number selection. We handpick our numbers and they are almost always better numbers than the others are touting as ‘Gold Numbers’ or ‘Premium Numbers’. We guarantee that if you are not 100% satisfied with the numbers available to you or we can’t find a number you like and you want to leave we will refund 100% of your signup.
100% Voice Quality Guarantee
We carry thousands of 1300 and 1800 numbers and all calls are routed over carrier network services and not on voip. Other less competitive telcos might be telling you that we use voip and you should stay away from us, this is NOT TRUE! Come try us out and see for yourself. If you have any problems at all we will happily help you move your number away to another provider. In 3 years of trading and now with 000′s of customers not a single one has ported away because of poor quality calls. We guarantee that if you are not 100% satisfied we will gladly help you move away and refund all of your account credit.
100% Network Uptime Guarantee
Our network is hosted in one of the Optus primary exchanges in Melbourne and is one of the most stable and secure in the industry. We guarantee it!
See our 100% uptime SLA here: 100% Uptime Guarantee
Are you ready to signup with the #1 provider of 1300 numbers and 1800 numbers? Click through to the signup process and you’ll have your new number up and running in a few minutes.
1300 Numbers: Are classified as local-rate numbers which usually means to call the number costs a local fee. However carriers tend to charge different rates. At the moment the normal cost to call a 1300 number is 25c
1800 Numbers: Are classified as toll free numbers which means to call the number is free.
Deciding which type of number is right for your business depends on a few things.
A 1300 number is best if:
You expect to get mainly calls from around your local area.
Your type of business is prone to calls from ‘tyre kickers’.
A 1800 number is best if:
You want to encourage enquiries of any kind.
Calls to inbound numbers can be routed to any landline or mobile phone in any area. Prices are different depending on the caller location relative to the answer point.
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