Toll Free Numbers Australia
Allow your customers in Australia to call you for free.
Whether you already have a customer base in Australia or you would like to enter this expanding market and offer your products and services to those living and working down under, you must allow prospective callers to reach your business, at little or no cost.
The solution? A toll free number in Australia.
Toll free numbers are an economical alternative to opening up a new office in Australia and employing additional staff. They automatically indicate that your business is well-established and thriving in the area but allow you to take calls from wherever you’re based.
An Australia toll free number is a dedicated phone line that allows callers to contact you. Widely recognised as ‘free to call’, they start with 1800 and are followed by 6 digits.
Australia toll free numbers are specifically built for users to call from within Australia (via a landline or mobile phone). This means that they may not work from New Zealand or any other overseas location.
Benefits of toll free numbers in Australia:
- encourage new and existing customers to contact you
- no lengthy contracts (30-day minimum so you can test the market)
- forward to calls to any global location
- inclusive minutes so that you don’t have to worry about your spend (higher bundles are available on request too)
- carrier-grade numbers
Why G-Tele for Australian toll free numbers?
Here at G-Tele, we are an experienced provider of Australia toll free numbers and have earned a fantastic reputation over the last 20 years. During this time, we have helped many businesses to appear local in Australia and, in turn, increase conversions and sales. Why not let us help you to do the same?
The great thing about ordering a toll free number in Australia is that it’s quick and easy. We have a wide range of numbers available and can allocate one to your business at random. We’ll also take care of the set-up (free of charge) and make sure your number is up and running in no time.
If you already have a toll free number in Australia and would like to port this number from another supplier, this is no problem for us. Simply visit our porting page, or contact us, for more information. Porting a number can be complex but, it’s a service we have provided for many years and, we will support you through the entire process.
If you have any questions regarding toll free numbers in Australia, be sure to take a look at the FAQs below. If you don’t find the answers you’re looking for, don’t hesitate to get in touch. You can either call one of the numbers at the top of this page or email email@example.com.
Frequently Asked Questions
Is an 1800 number free in Australia?
One of the most common questions we get asked, here at G Tele, is: are 1800 numbers free? There are two answers to this. One from the caller’s perspective and the other from a business’.
The good news is that when you call an 1800 number, also known as an Australia toll free number, the call is free when dialled from any fixed Australian landline or mobile.
However, the company that the Australia toll free number belongs to will pay all call costs which is typically charged at a per-second rate (depending on the call plan). Though this may seem like a downside for businesses, there are countless other ways they can benefit from having one.
Why should your business get a toll free number in Australia?
An Australian toll free number is an indispensable tool for businesses that want to establish a nationwide presence. Having one of these numbers will help you to maintain a professional image overseas without making a lot of effort (i.e. physically opening up an office in Australia).
When calls are free of charge, clients are more inclined to contact businesses directly. Most toll free numbers consist of repetitive digit combinations which instantly makes them more memorable for customers. But Australian toll free numbers aren’t only great for those living and working Down Under. Many businesses have held their hands up and admitted that they received more calls when they promoted a toll free number, either on their website or on any campaigns or advertisements.
Another great thing about Australia toll free numbers is that they are incredibly flexible and calls can easily be forwarded to any other number, such as a landline or mobile phone. What’s more, if you’re company is relocating – either to a new city, state or country, a toll free number in Australia is portable and can be moved with you.
How do I get an Australia toll free number?
To get a toll free number in Australia, you have to find an experienced toll free service provider. Although there are many providers to choose from, few offer more variety and expertise than us, here at G Tele.
We have a wide range of Australia toll free numbers available and allocate them at random. Set-up is absolutely free and rental starts from just £20 per month. Simply click ‘order now’, check the quantity is correct and add it to your cart. You can then proceed to the checkout.
Once you’ve purchased your Australia toll free number, our team will get your number live and ready for service as quickly as possible – typically within a couple of hours.
If you have any questions about our toll free numbers or would like a little more information before you buy yours, please feel free to contact us. Simply fill in the online enquiry form, email firstname.lastname@example.org or speak to an expert via one of the numbers at the top of the page.
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Value Added Services
Fax to Email
Faxes can still be an important way to communicate. Save ink and paper by having your faxes sent to your email address.
Call Whisper – tells you what the call is for before you answer the call.
Our Voicemail service allows you to record a personalised voicemail message and when the caller leave a voicemail we will email the recording to you.
Divert Calls When Busy
Don’t send callers to voicemail or make them call you back. Set up a divert on busy and forward your calls to someone who can answer it.
Time Based Routing
Have your calls routed to different locations depending on the time of the day.
Queue callers on our network and play music to them while they wait for you.
Online Number Management
Online management allows you to control where your phone numbers are forwarded to immediately.
Record phone calls and have them sent via email or stored online.
Option Routing is also known as an Auto Attendant or IVR. It gives callers the option to press a number and be routed to a department.
Record personalised welcome greetings for your callers when they call you.
Professional Voice Over Recording
If your phone number has important messages played then you need to consider having the messages professionally recorded.
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