A Guide: Smart Numbers and Phone Words
What Are the Benefits of Using a Smart Number for Business?
Securing Your Own Smart Number
Types of Smart Numbers
Increase your business presence, create brand awareness and be 5 times more memorable with a phone name. Spelling the name of your business through a phone’s alphanumeric keypad, phone names are a great technique for promoting a business name, as that’s all customers have to remember.
Phone words allow you to promote your business’s service, industry or product. They can give your business a competitive edge to competitors. Not limited to only six letters in length, there are a range of ways to incorporate a word into an inbound number. Get creative and test out different variations, and don’t forget to reach out to our team who can help you find the perfect number!
Premium Number Patterns
Premium number patterns utilise an easy to recall sequence of numbers. For a one-off payment of $750, you can purchase a premium 1300, 13 or 1800 number through ACMA. With no ongoing lease payments, buying a premium number can help you get maximum results for minimum spend.
Smart Number and Phone Words FAQs
Phone words are 1300, 1800 or 13 numbers that have a keyword that identifies a particular service or business attached to the end. Spelled out through a phone’s alphanumeric keypad, these inbound numbers can be contacted on mobile or landline numbers by simply typing in the number on a phone’s keypad.
The real difference between 1800 and 1300 smart numbers is the way costs are divided between business and caller. When calling an 1800 number, the call is free, while 1300 numbers split the cost between the caller and business. Callers are charged the cost of a local call when calling a 1300 number.
Picking the perfect smart number for your business will depend on the specifications of the line. With a range of features to better assist your business in handling calls, such as live answering, on hold messages, and Voice 2 Email, you can make any 1300 , 13 or 1800 number work for your business. Contact Business 1300 today for more information or advice on selecting a business number.