Advanced Features of Australia Virtual Phone Numbers
Robust scheduling options allow you to route your calls based on the days and hours of your business. Route your calls to your main call center during business hours and to voicemail during non-business hours.
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Keep track of your calls by recording all or some of your calls. Recorded calls are stored in call detail records and can be played or downloaded at any time.
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We use the latest telecommunications technology and virtual PBX features so your cloud-based Australia number is accessible to everyone. An Australia phone number from TollFreeForwarding.com guarantees exceptional call quality, every time.
For each inbound call, we cycle through a range of carriers to select the highest quality connection. No matter where you or your customers are located, with our state-of-the-art call forwarding Australia service you’ll sound as though you’re in the same room.
All our Australia toll free numbers and local number come at a great price, with no set-up fees and absolutely no hidden taxes. Our clear and flexible pricing structure allows you to adapt your virtual Australian number to your business, so you can pay for as many or as little minutes as you need.
There’s no long-term commitment and you’re not tied into any contracts – with our Australian phone numbers, the power is completely in your hands.
A virtual number is a number that isn’t tied to one specific phone line, meaning you don’t need a physical in Australia to establish a presence there. With a virtual number, everything is handled via the cloud, making call forwarding from your Australian customer base quick and easy.
With a virtual Australian phone number, you can forward, route, and redirect calls to any location in the world. These call forwarding capabilities make a virtual number a great choice for businesses looking to expand internationally; you can enjoy all the benefits of a locally recognized Australian number without the need for a physical office.
At TollFreeForwarding.com, our call forwarding service in Australia includes local business numbers and toll free, free calls numbers in Australia. Simply use the dropdown at the top of this page to select the type of Australian phone number you need, or visit our rates and packages page.
Getting a virtual number in Australia is quick and easy with TollFreeForwarding.com. Everything can be set-up online, and as your new call forwarding service requires no complicated or costly on-site hardware, you could be ready to start receiving calls in as little as three minutes.
Alternatively, you can contact our friendly customer support team who will be happy to talk you through your call forwarding options, select the best package for your business needs, and get you started with your new local number in Australia.
We’re proud to offer virtual phone numbers all across Australia. Alongside national toll free numbers in Australia, we offer local numbers in popular Australian cities including; Adelaide, Brisbane, Canberra, Cessnock, Darwin, Gold Coast, Launceston, Melbourne, Murray Bridge, Newcastle, Perth, Sunshine Coast, Sydney, and Wollongong.
Yes. At TollFreeFowarding.com, we pride ourselves on the vast inventory of virtual and toll free numbers we have available, including within Australia. Simply select whether you require a local, national, or toll free number and you can choose the option you prefer.
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Local telephone numbers in Australia consist of eight digits, split into a four-digit Exchange Code, and a four-digit number. A local phone number in Australia example would be written as XXXX XXX.
Numbers in Australia are divided into states, meaning each number also contains a single digit Area Code. Within Australia, you also must dial the Australian “Trunk Access Code” of zero before the Area Code. A local full phone number in Australia has ten digits and can be formatted as follows; (0X) XXXX XXXX. For Australian phone numbers intended for international customers, the Country Code 61 is used in place of the “Trunk Access Code”. An international Australian number would be formatted as follows; +61X XXXX XXXX. For more information about telephone numbers in Australia, visit ACMA.
We offer virtual numbers all across Australia. See below for some of our most popular options: