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.
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.
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.
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.
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.
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
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.
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.
Websites that allow users to do free reverse lookups of phone numbers include Whitepages, Custom Toll Free and Reverse Phone Lookup.com To look up a number on Reverse Phone Lookup.com, enter the number in the white field, and press search. The website provides information about the name and area of