Local Australia Phone Numbers

STEP 2 - Choose the city where you want to purchase a local phone number:






Local Australia Phone Numbers

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  • Welcome Greeting
  • IVR (Auto Attendant)
  • Call Recording
  • Online Management
  • Call Queuing
  • Time of Day Routing
  • Divert on Busy
  • Voicemail
  • Call Whisper

Choose a city at the top of the page and then click on the 'Next' button

Local Australia Phone Numbers

Australia phone numbers are a very popular choice in our portfolio (2nd only to USA phone numbers). The beauty of having a phone number in Australia is the fact that there is no language barrier at all - the only downside is the time difference. You may have to extend your working week if you want to set up your services in Australia.

Most of our customers who use us for Australia phone numbers take services in Sydney, Brisbane, Canberra, Melbourne and Perth as these are the major towns across the country. Companies use Australia phone numbers to either support an existing customer base or to market into new international customers. Having a phone number in say Sydney would make people believe that you have an office in that city. If they think that you are local then you are more likely to get an enquiry.

To buy a phone number in Australia simply select your city and follow the online process. Your Australia phone number will be up and live before you know it!

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Additional Information

The country code for Australia phone numbers is +61 and due to the country being so vast they have split it up into 4 geographic regions.

The length of a telephone number in Australia is usually 10 digits long and all numbers start with a leading zero.

Mobile phone numbers in Australia start with 04 so you can easily pick these out and unlike the UK and Europe the emergency service number is 000 or 106.

Freephone numbers (or Australia toll free numbers as Australians call them) start with the digits 1800 (similar to those in the USA).