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Businesses can get 800 numbers or other toll-free numbers by contacting communications companies certified as responsible organizations, also known as toll-free service providers. A complete list of toll-free service providers is available on the SMS800.com website.


Some popular 800 numbers include 1-800-FLOWERS, 1-800-FLY-4-LES, 1-800-STAMP-24, 1-800-GOT-JUNK, 1-800-4-A-CHILD and 1-800-CAR-RENT. Lists of popular 800 numbers are available on several third-party websites, including YellowPages.com


Performing reverse lookups and searching the SMS/800 number database are two ways to locate information on 800 numbers. By entering an 800 or toll-free number on a reverse lookup website, you can determine the number's owner.


800 numbers, or toll-free numbers, are obtained from a responsible organization, known as a RespOrg, or other toll-free number service provider for a fee. The price depends on which provider the number is obtained from.


Toll-free directory assistance and toll-free number directories on websites such as TollFreeNumber.org and TollFreeDA.com are some places to find 800 numbers. Callers can obtain 800 numbers assigned to people and organizations by calling toll-free directory assistance at 800-555-1212.


All 800 numbers are free to call in the United States. Other toll-free numbers include area codes starting with 844, 855, 866, 877 and 888.


Individuals and companies can obtain an 800 or toll-free telephone number by contacting a toll-free service provider that assigns an available number and transmits information to a service control point to activate it. Other toll-free prefixes including 844, 855, 866, 877 and 888, are available as w


Toll-free numbers allow people to place free calls to those who would otherwise incur long distance charges for calling numbers outside their local calling area. Toll-free number subscribers pay for the incoming calls.


To search for available 800 numbers, contact a phone company via telephone or access its website. When using an online search tool, choose a toll-free area code and type in "***" in the last and second blanks on the search form. Alternatively, enter the desired letters and check availability.


As of 2015, a good location to find business telephone numbers for free is the White Pages site. The site offers a Yellow Page section which can be used to find business phone numbers throughout the United States.