855 Numbers Going Fast; But Supplies Still Ample

We have been receiving inquiries about the remaining availability of the 855 toll free area code numbers. We can assure you all that there are ample supplies left, however they are being taken very quickly. So, if you would like a new 855 number, act fast. It could be a year or more before the new 844 numbers are released. Get the 855s now while there are a variety of options.


800 Number and Domain/The New Marketing Standard

Matching an 1-800 number and a domain name has become a marketing standard for businesses large and small. And with the new 855 toll free numbers, this is an easy task. Business owners nationwide are discovering how simple it is to match their domain with an 855 number.

855 Numbers Secured by Subscribers at Record Rates

The 855 toll free telephone numbers are making quite an impact on small communities across the nation as locally-based businesses, recognizing the value of the 855 numbers, are subscribing for toll free service at unprecedented levels. Just as with the 800, 888, 877 and 866 numbers, the new 855 numbers are becoming a hot commodity in the business world at record rates.

New Toll Free Area Codes

You’ve decided to get a new toll free number for personal or business use and, alas, the number it took you three hours to think of is already being used by someone else – what to do? Luckily, a new toll free area code may soon be the wave of the future – get ready to make that reservation! The (855) is the next scheduled area code to come out and people are lining up to get first choice. Learn how you can be the first in line for your number of choice here.

Vital Business Measures

With the fixed amount of available 800 numbers shrinking fast, subscribers who waited to secure toll free service are now learning why it is so difficult to obtain a number. Get more on this vital part of business here.

844 Toll Free Inquiries

On the heels of the release of 855 toll free phone numbers, we are already fielding a stream of inquiries about the pending release of 844 area code numbers. While we do not expect the 844 release immediately, the demand for toll free is so high that we can fully expect the new 844 numbers to be released to ease the burden for businesses looking to get a creative new toll free number.

Before Long, We Will Need The 844 Numbers

The addition of the reserved 855 to the toll free industry, and the pending release of the 844 area codes, ease the burden and open communications between businesses and customers. New area codes released in the 1990s temporarily fortified the existing toll free stock, allowing millions of businesses to secure profitable 1-800 numbers. The stock depleted considerably during the subsequent decade and are now bolstered by the new 855 numbers. But those are going fast. Before long, we will need the new 844 area code numbers.

A Toll Free Advisory Committee Official Recommendations

In recent years, members of the Tollfree Advisory Committee at SMSGOV.com have been repeatedly warning of the decline of available toll free phone numbers. To offset the anticipated impact of this scarcity of 1-800 numbers, the Tollfree Advisory Committee strongly recommended the release by the FCC of the reserved toll free area codes in 2010. And that happened! The 855 numbers were released last month and we are now awaiting the 844 numbers.

Consumers Clammor for Toll Free 855 Numbers

The release of the new 855 numbers within the next year or so will relieve subscribers who are spending hours or even days trying to find a suitable number that matches their image and needs. Many good numbers are taken and are being used by successful companies. The 855 area codes will allow a host of new possibilities. Savvy business owners are already getting ideas of the perfect number for their companies. Many toll free providers can help you learn now how to secure those numbers later. Make sure to deal with a provider that has been in business for a substantial amount of time, has flexible programs and offers fiber optics.

Stay Informed About Possible Toll Free Rationing

The stock of available toll free numbers is now so depleted that insiders say government agencies may implement another rationing of the 800, 888, 877, and 866 pre-fixes within months. Rumors of a rationing program have subscribers scrambling to obtain numbers, creating an even more limited supply.

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