Cheapest place to get a 1-800 number?

turfhosting

New Member
I've been searching for a reliable/cheap 1-800 number company. Preferably around $10-20 for their lowest pack or by the minute. Also I prefer to pay by paypal as well.
 

drmike

100% Tier-1 Gogent
nDevix has a long running offer for VOIP, a hosted PBX that is SIP compliant (supposedly).

Unlimited calling in and out = $10/month.  Toll free number is $5 more a month.

Hosted PBX Plan #1:
OpenVZ VPS with Asterisk and FreePBX preloaded
Supports up to 4 concurrent calls
Free local number
Toll Free numbers are an additional $5.00/month each
Single unlimited voice channel (upgradeable)
$10.00/month

https://client.ndevix.com/signup/voip.php
 

HalfEatenPie

The Irrational One
Retired Staff
https://www.flowroute.com

Basically similar thing Buffalooed said except this isn't unlimited but I personally think this is cheaper (in my opinion depending on the rate at which phone support is usually used).  

Anyways whatever you wish to do, go for it! 
 

scv

Massive Nerd
Verified Provider
I get this stuff from vitelity.com. Payment is by credit card. I don't remember if they take paypal. I like them though. Prices are here:

http://www.vitelity.com/vitelity-link/
Vitelity's prices are decent but they've had several unexplained outages in the last few months, plus their routes aren't really the best. We ended up porting all our numbers away due to the number of complaints regarding calls that wouldn't connect.
 

SPINIKR-RO

New Member
Verified Provider
Twillio numbers are $1 I think, At least ours is.

edit: toll free is $2
 
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kaniini

Beware the bunny-rabbit!
Verified Provider
I've been searching for a reliable/cheap 1-800 number company. Preferably around $10-20 for their lowest pack or by the minute. Also I prefer to pay by paypal as well.
les.net lets you buy 1-800 numbers for $2.50 per month and 4 cents per minute, i've had good luck with them in the past.
 

Eric1212

New Member
Verified Provider
Anveo has cheap per-minute 1-800 numbers and plans. I'm not sure how many minutes and what features you need though.

Take a look and let us know what you decide on.

http://www.anveo.com/

Edit: I think they've run out of 800 numbers in the +1 countries  :'( 
 
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XFS_Duke

XFuse Solutions, LLC
Verified Provider
We have ours through eTollFree.net they're pretty cheap. You can route it to Skype, PBX or to another number.

Cheap and reliable.
 

Jeffrey

New Member
But then wouldn't your customers have to pay long distance... 

Isn't the point of getting a Toll-Free number to avoid that? How does Google Voice help with that?
Yes, customers outside of the US will have to pay long distance, depending on their phone provider.  Our live support number is a number in the area of Tampa, Florida.  We are Floridian owned and operated.  Maybe sometime in the future when we expand we will switch to a 1-800 Toll-free number. :)
 
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