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What is a 1300 number?

A 1300 number is a ten-digit inbound number that your business can use as the main point of contact across Australia.
This is awesome when you want to attract customers from outside local areas.

1300 numbers are a virtual business number, and the great thing is you can redirect your calls to different answer points depending on how your business operates and what your business needs are. Incoming calls to your 1300 number can be answered on your mobile, landline, office phones, computer or your hosted phone system.

When a call is made to a 1300 number from a fixed landline, the caller is charged at a local call rate regardless of the state or location they are calling from. Mobile rates vary, depending on the caller’s mobile carrier. The best part is the cost of a 1300 number call is shared between the caller and your business.

1300 phone numbers can be random digits or even words – numbers that use words (like 1300 FLOWER) are called phone words.

So 1300 numbers separate you from the pack.

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Who benefits?

Businesses typically use 1300 phone number for customer service, advertising performance tracking, a single point of contact for their call centre, and much more.

  • Organisations that require a single number for their customers irrespective of geographic location
  • Organisations who want to market outside their region and control the cost of their telecommunications
  • Organisations that need to provide a single, easy to remember a number
  • Organisations who want to streamline processes and make their business more efficient.
  • Flexibility to alter answer points based on business factors such as call origination or time of day
  • A central number a business can keep irrespective of where your office is based or how many sites they have.
  • Disaster recovery during an emergency, such as a flood or fire, communications can continue without any downtime.

Key product features

  • Customised call barring, for example, mobiles, selected callers or certain calling areas; and
  • Flexible call distribution, including:
    • Australia wide routing;
    • State-based routing;
    • Mobile location identifier (MoLI) routing;
    • Exchange service area (ESA) routing;
    • Postcode routing;
    • Call splaying;
    • Call overflow;
    • Time of day routing and Day of week routing;
    • Day of year routing
    • Selected caller routing; and
  • Customised Voice Response (Menus); and
  • Call Flow Manager (Flows) for real-time management

How to get a 1300 number:

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Search for an available 1300 number on the number lookup tool or obtain a phone word quote.

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