Airline Toll Free Phone Numbers

Airline toll free numbers have been ultra-busy over the past couple of weeks as inclement weather, holiday travelers, and a recent terror attack increased phone traffic between passengers and carriers. Nationwide, airlines reported a significant hike in calls to their toll free phone numbers as concerned passengers checked on flight delays, cancellations and new security rules.

Don’t Get Had

All too often people call up toll free providers and ask for a super popular number. When told that it is already owned by someone else, few go on a die hard mission to get the number they want. They may think they’ve found success when they come across someone on the internet promising to get them any number they could want. This is, unfortunately, too good to be true. Few ‘companies’ online do this as a side job, charging outrageous amounts for fake certificates of owner ship. Then they split…

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What is the SMS800 and what function does it perform?

The SMS/800 Data Center houses the main database of available toll free 800, 888, 877 and 866 phone numbers for the United States and Canada. The SMS/800 maintains and updates the database and keeps records of the owners of each number and the service providers. Available numbers on the database are assigned to subscribers on a first-come, first-served, basis.

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