How To Use Vonage Virtual Number Video Transcript
A virtual phone number is useful for people that receive regular calls from someone abroad. It's a low cost, additional phone number with a different international dialling code on your Vonage account which is reserved for incoming calls. This means when someone calls you on this number is rings your phone as normal, but they're charged at their local rate.
So let's say you have a sister in Australia. You can set up an international virtual number prefixed with an Australian country code. Your sister can then call you for the cost of a local call. So, she can speak to you as if she lives in the same country, costing her local rate. Or you might need it for business purposes. Say you're building a customer base in the States. Set up an American virtual number and your customers can call you at their local rate.
Like any local incoming call, it's free for you to receive the call. You won't be charged the forward of the call and you can add as many virtual numbers as you need for your Vonage account. There are over 20 countries that you can set up virtual numbers for.
To find out more and activate this service, visit vonage.co.uk.
Virtual Phone Numbers
are a feature that allow you to add an additional phone number with a unique international dialling code reserved for incoming calls. This feature is great for people who receive regular calls from abroad.
When someone calls you on your Virtual Number, you receive the phone call as normal, but they are charged by their local rate. You can use this feature to set up a international business number, so your customer base is making a local call to get in contact with you.
You can set up a multiple virtual numbers for 20 countries, including Australia, Japan and United States from the low rate of £2.99/month (One off £5.99 activation fee applies).