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Low Cost Calls
Easy to Set-up
Extend your geographical reach.
Earn through revenue-sharing numbers.
Memorable numbers make calling simple and improve brand recognition.
Easily monitor call volumes and marketing campaigns.
Manage Business Numbers and services through our simple online display.
Integrates with other services like IVR and Hosted Contact Centre.
|Non Geographic Numbers: Freephone (0800 & 0808)||Do not correspond to a specific location. Calls are free to callers from UK landlines and mobiles, and are paid for by your business. This can encourage inbound calls from customers and drive sales.||On application|
|Non Geographic Numbers: Revenue sharing (084, 087, 09)||These don’t correspond to a specific location. You can generate revenue from the calls that your business receives.||On application|
|Non Geographic numbers: (03)||These don’t correspond to a specific location. Calls are charged at UK national rates to callers and may be included in callers’ bundled minutes.||On application|
|Virtual Geographic numbers||Suggest a specific location, offering a regional presence, but can be routed to your premises or mobiles anywhere in the UK. They’re often included in callers’ calling plans, so may be free from landlines and mobiles.||On application|
|Easy-to-Remember||Simple to remember for callers, and can raise your brand’s profile.||On application|
|International Numbers||Create international reach with Local DID Numbers in over 140 countries and benefit from our International Toll Free Service in over 110 countries.||On application|
What are Business Numbers?
Business Numbers are dedicated numbers that can offer your business a variety of opportunities. Whether you want to generate revenue from the calls, give yourself a local presence, or raise your profile with memorable figures, we have a huge range to choose from. TalkTalk Business will search, allocate and manage numbers for you.
Our selection includes Freephone, Premium and Local Rate numbers, you even can group them sequentially. If you need to keep existing numbers we can also seamlessly transfer them to our all IP Next Generation Network.
Organisations can also take advantage of our great International Numbers product.
Create an international reach by utilising Local DID Numbers in over 90 countries and territories and International Toll Free Service in over 100 countries and territories.
As a Tier 1 supplier we can offer large blocks of numbers and sequential groups that other smaller providers can’t.
Setup & Management
You can easily transfer your existing numbers or take your pick from our vast range. Once you’re with us, our self-serve interface enables you to quickly configure and manage your service so you get the most value from it.
We provide Business Grade support to minimise your management resource, offering expert advice to guide you through all the options and tailor the right package. While our Next Generation Network offers improved reliability and resilience to ensure business continuity.
We selected TalkTalk Business as they offered the best 0844 rates and had the experience necessary to migrate around 500 numbers without any disruption to the DHL customer experience.
Project Manager for Infrastructure DHL
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