877 is a toll free area code, just like 800. A prefix of 8 represents calls that are paid for by the recipient, rather than the caller. When people think of toll free calling, they usually think of 800 numbers, but there are many other options that function in the same way.
Toll free numbers are so popular that the telecommunications industry had to reach beyond 800 numbers. In order to provide the nation’s businesses with more options, they added 888, 877, 866, 855, 844, and 877 area codes. All of these numbers allow a user to call free of charge, putting the price of the call on the business rather than the customer.
Worried that an 877 number doesn’t seem toll free? Don’t worry! Today, these numbers are widely known and accepted as true 800 number alternatives.
Contact Cloud carries all the options, as well as local numbers. We have tons of 877 numbers in stock.
Yes. Like 800 numbers, these area codes are free for customers to call.
Toll Free numbers in in the USA can be purchases for as low as $3.00 per line
No matter which code you choose, all the prefixes work the same and give the same benefits. Because “true” 800 numbers are so in demand, they often cost more to buy up front.
We provide all the same features and functionality that a proper business phone system would provide and more. You can get 800 numbers, toll free numbers, vanity numbers, or even local phone numbers through us. Since Grasshopper is a cloud based phone system, there’s no hardware or wires to worry about.
Most of our toll free numbers are HIPAA compliant. Before buying your number, you would be able to determine if the number is compliant or not.
YES, all of our numbers support faxing
Most of our numbers support text messaging, prior to purchasing any number we will disclose whether or not your number support the sending of text messages.