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    I need a 1800

    I was wondering who offers the most affordable quality 1800 numbers for small businesses.

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    Which country are you in?
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    Originally posted by whatever
    Which country are you in?

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    Ask your local telecom provider for 1800 number.

    You can try kall8.com, vonage.com as well.

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    Other places to try:

    gotvmail.com
    telcan.net

    Just out of curiousity, are you looking for a vanity number?

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    The larger companies are Kall8 & Freedom Voice for virtual offices. We chose Freedom Voice because of all the extras. They have a great service and are always adding new features every month.

    If you just need an 800 number to terminate to a DID, then check with a phone company, Vonage, etc

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    I am very happy with the services I get from RingCentral.
    http://www.ringcentral.com/

    Granted, I use it more for personal use.

    But, their configration and interface and options are great.

    I personaly use it as a toll free FindMe number... where friends and family can call the 888 # and have it simultaneously or sequentially ring any number of phones I may be at

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    If you're considering VoIP for that 800-number then I suggest taking a look at Vonage. They let you add 800-number service for $4.99 / month and 100 free minutes.

    If not, checkout kall8.com.
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    If you just need a toll free number to find you, and dont need any features, try http://www.get1800.com

    If you need a full service toll free number, with a great call attendant system, my suggestion is http://www.gotvmail.com

    If you need a simple toll free system, but you are an advanced user when it comes to custom phone features, I would use http://neutouch.com if you dont want to call in for initial setup help, dont use them.

    If you dont mind the number coming up as the company that issued it, therefore letting you know its a business call from the toll free line, and then you also would like something fully featured, try http://www.tollfreelive.com
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    For a good 1800, try Vonage, we have one and it is great, everything is doing well so far.
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    We recommend United Telecom. It's 3.9 cents per minute and no monthly fees. See http://www.unitedllc.com/

    Tom

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    I use a company called AccessOne. I've used them for almost a year now for a low-usage non-vanity 800 number. Couldn't ask for more- low prices, easy to use, etc.

    I have tried Telcom as well and have had some issues with their billing system (double billing) but their billing team took care of it for me within 10 minutes of me noticing the double charge.

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    If you're in need of a non VoIP toll-free number AT&T has pretty good service and reasonable rates. Besides what's listed on their advertisements you can even negotiate the rates down more.
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    We also use FreedomVoice for a virtual toll-free service. It is fantastic and very easy to use. Their new fax services are a lot cheaper than efax as well, that is when you need to purchase that service.
    John

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    telcan.net provides them for $4.99/mo. We have been using them for over a year with no problems.

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