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Global service numbers

When entering new countries or launching new brands, you need customer service telephone numbers so your customers can call you. Either geographical, toll-free, UIFN, or national. And these service numbers need to be compliant with local regulations.

geographic customer service numbers

Geographic numbers

Geographic numbers are local telephone numbers that start with an area code linked to a geographic location, such as a city. Easy to use and to set-up, without limitations when it comes to accessibility and compliance.

Geographic numbers
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Tollfree freephone customer service numbers

Toll-free numbers

Toll-free numbers are also known as freephone numbers.  These are the only customer service numbers that are completely free to call for your customers from both fixed and mobile lines. In most countries, these numbers start with (0)800, making them very easy to recognize.

Toll-free numbers
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UIFN Universal International Freephone Numbers

UIFN numbers

UIFN stands for Universal International Freephone Numbers. This means you can use the same customer service number for several countries. They are free to call and start with 00800, making them appear very similar to regular tollfree numbers.

UIFN numbers
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Business/national numbers

This type of non-geographic number has the same calling costs as regular geographic numbers. But the number formats and the names used to indicate them vary per country. Some examples are business numbers and national numbers.

National numbers
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Premium 0900-numbers

Premium numbers

Premium numbers are telephone numbers with a call rate per minute or per call. That makes these numbers extremely suitable for services with which you want to earn money.

Premium numbers
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