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V1 VoIP Provides Toll Free and Local Number DIDs

V1 VoIP resellers have access to our toll free and local DID direct inward dialing numbers footprintV1 VoIP offers one of the largest footprints of phone numbers available in North America. That means if you need a number for the United States or Canada, there’s a really good chance we have it.

The V1 VoIP worldwide footprint allows us to offer local DID numbers in numerous countries including most major cities across the globe. Let customers reach you easily at any time from virtually anywhere in the world via phone or wholesale SMS for a very low cost or none at all on their part.

Thanks to our proprietary backed web based VoIP Portal, V1 VoIP makes provisioning and account management a breeze. It is simple to add, drop, and assign phone numbers in mere moments with V1 VoIP’s VoIP Portal back end system. Customers will have the option to choose from millions of telephone numbers currently in stock, giving you lightning-fast setup and deployment.

How does Direct Inward Dialing or DIDs work?
Whenever someone calls your toll free number, the call is converted from PSTN to VoIP and then transported anywhere in the world over the V1 VoIP purposely built, carrier-grade VoIP network. Your customers have the peace of mind calling a toll free number, while you pick up the tab with a convenient per-minute fee that is charged to your account.

V1 VoIP offers toll-free numbers as an extremely efficient and affordable telecommunications solution to your growing business. This combined with our dedicated professional support will ensure you will be accessible to your customers in the best way possible.

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V1 VoIP is Private Label Reseller Virtual DID Leader

V1 VoIP is a private label reseller leader in DIDs with large footprint for virtual phone numbers toll free numbers and fax numbersV1 VoIP is a leader in DID phone numbers. As a V1 VoIP reseller, you can offer your customers to the freedom to no longer be tied to a phone number from their area code/location. Now they can not only keep their existing phone number but also choose any international DID phone number or Virtual Number.

What is a DID?

DID stands for Direct Inward Dial numbers. DIDs are used to receive incoming calls using a VoIP service. These numbers may be called from any regular phone, including landlines and cell phones. Whether you are a local, national, or global business, you can use your DID numbers. V1 VoIP resellers can have their customers select a phone number in your local calling area or select a number from our list of international virtual numbers located across the world.

V1 maintains a vast inventory of local, toll-free, virtual and vanity toll-free DID’s. You can search our DID inventory and purchase DID’s from within our VoIP Portal or using the XML API in real-time. Once purchased, DID’s can be linked to a VoIP order allowing the customer to receive incoming calls from non-VoIP users. You can also route DID’s to any external SIP server in the event you have your own PBX or simply want to sell DID’s as a stand alone product.

One of the most popular DIDs is are the V1 VoIP virtual phone numbers. A virtual phone number is like a usual local phone number as it is a service to forward incoming calls. The incoming phone calls to virtual phone number are automatically forwarded to another landline or cell phone number of that city or country which the client chooses.

V1 virtual phone number allows a user to:
– set up the phone number in any country of the world
– save money for international calls
– save the phone number after you change the address of the company
– conversation сconfidentiality
– great for ad campaigns
– save money for international calls.

More of the DID options V1 VoIP offers:

1. Local Numbers: You can choose numbers from USA and Canada.
2. International Numbers: These numbers belongs to a particular country and particular city.
3. Virtual local fax number: Also called internet fax or online fax, these numbers allow customers to recieve fax messages and forward them to e-mail in pdf format.
4. Toll Free Numbers: You can choose toll-free numbers from US, Canada, US+Canada or international numbers. Unlike a local (domestic or international) number, a toll-free or freephone number usually only works within one country or one country code but is free to call from a land line.
5. iNum DIDs: It is a global phone number, it doesn’t belongs to a particular country, or even a particular city.
6. Virtual SIP Numbers: These numbers can only be reached via “SIP URI” over internet.
7. DIDs with Virtual PRI (Per Channel): Available on request

Increase your VoIP reseller business by offering your customers access to more DID options. Contact a member of the V1 VoIP DID team today to learn more.

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V1 VoIP Toll Free 800 Numbers for Resellers

V1 VoIP resellers offer clients and customers 800 phone numbers for their toll free needsToll free phone numbers can be used for a multitude of reasons by a diverse group of clients. Here, V1 VoIP explains to our resellers and customers what toll free phone numbers and and a few of the popular ways that they can be used to your benefit.

What are 800 numbers?

Just what are 800 numbers? 800 telephone numbers, commonly referred to as toll free numbers, allow callers to reach you or your business at no charge; instead, you incur the charges. There are a variety of benefits to having an 800 number which will be discussed later. Having a toll free number can be beneficial for you and your business.

How Do 800 Numbers Work?

An 800 number acts as an intermediary between the caller and the recipient. There is no need to get a new phone line in order to use an 800 toll free number. All incoming calls can be forwarded to your already existing line. The only difference between a local and 800 number is that when calling from an 800 number, the caller incurs no charges. The recipient can set the 800 number to be instantly forwarded to a landline, fax machine or even a cell phone. Installation of new hardware is not required, and you can set up your new toll free phone number in minutes.

What is the difference between 800 numbers and 888, 877 and 866 numbers?

800, 888, 877 and 866 are all prefixes for toll free numbers. 800 numbers were the first toll free numbers but the demand for such numbers exceeded supply, so companies began issuing toll free numbers with 888, 877 and 866 prefixes. They all function the same; it’s just a lot more difficult to get an 800 number than one of the other prefixes because they were the first to be offered and many combinations have already been taken.

Vanity Numbers

Obtaining a vanity number for you, or your business, can help improve the visibility and image of your company. Most 800 service providers offer an option for obtaining a personalized vanity number for a low one-time fee. Vanity numbers are sometimes helpful to get people to remember your number. A few 800 number providers even include a vanity number at no extra cost when you sign up for one of their plans! A great example of a vanity number is 1-800-Got-Junk.

Who uses a 1 800 number?

There are three known groups for which 800 telephone numbers are most applicable:

1) Large Businesses or Corporations
Large businesses use 1 800 numbers for their customer support line in order to become more accessible to the consumer. When using an 800 number, consumers are free to call for support or help at no charge.

2) Small Businesses
Small businesses use 800 numbers to increase visibility and to create an image of national presence. Having a toll free number helps small businesses differentiate themselves from their competition by seeming more customer service friendly.

3) Individual Consumer
There are several factors which could explain personal 800 number use; however, the most common users seem to be parents whose children are away at school. By obtaining an 800, 866, 877 or 888 number parents can provide a convenient way for family members to call home without having to pay a monthly premium or make a collect call.

Don’t wait any longer to be able to offer 800 phone numbers to your customers. Contact V1 VoIP about our 800 number reseller capabilities.

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