Loads of 855 Inquiries

Here at Tollfreenumber.ORG we are receiving hundreds of inquiries about the new 855 toll free area code numbers. The 855 toll frees have been added to the 800, 888, 877, 866 and 855 numbers. As subscribers learn they can get a new 855 number at affordable rates, they are calling for information and to register their own new 855 number. Learn more today at

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It’s Time For Your Own Custom 800, 888, 877, 866 or 855 Number

It’s time for you to get your own custom toll free phone numbers. And soon you will have an additional option–the 855 numbers. By next week, there will be five toll free area codes to choose from. A 1-800 number provides businesses with better customer communication and service, enhances business, offers more exposure for companies, non-profits, elected officials. These invaluable marketing numbers give non-profits more exposure, and they increase communication between constituents and officials. And that is just a few examples of the advantages of a toll free phone number. Public awareness about the benefits of providing a free phone call is steadily increasing. 1-800 numbers obtained by carriers like Tollfreenumber.ORG have never been more sought-after for both business and personal use.

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All The Same 1-800 Options With A New 855 Number

WHat can you get with your new 855 toll free phone number? The same great options as you can with the existing (800, 888, 877, and 866) toll free area code numbers. If you are preparing to get 855 toll free phone service for your company or even for personal use, go to Tollfreenumber.ORG. Don’t wait–you can have your own custom number in days for a very low cost. There are no new installations or lines necessary with toll free phone service–it works through your existing system. And Tollfreenumber.ORG can offer you all the same features that you have now with your standard phone service, plus more. Get call forwarding, voicemail, virtual office, call tracking and more.

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Ready or Not, Here Comes The Long-Awaited 855 Numbers

855 area code toll free phone numbers appear to be coming soon. Get ready! With the new 855 toll free phone numbers, you can get a custom number that fits your image perfectly. But you will have to strike fast once the numbers are released because the best combos will be scooped up quickly. You can prepare for a custom 855 number from the soon-to-be-released large pool of these numbers! It is time to learn all the details about how to be prepared to get one when the time comes. Call Tollfreenumber.ORG today at 1-800- 951-9411 to get the information you need to get your 855 phone number!

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Getting Your 855 Phone Number

With all the discussions appearing to confirm that the new 855 toll free area code numbers will indeed be released, it is time to learn all the details about how to be prepared to get one when the time comes. Call Tollfreenumber.ORG today at 1-800- 951-9411 to get the information you need to get your 855 phone number!

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Next Round Of Toll Free Area Codes

Are there new toll free area codes coming to the public soon? Hopefully.
At the moment, area codes 800, 888, 877 and 866 are all available and Tollfreenumber.ORG can help you get a good custom number with any of these pre-fixes. The FCC currently holds in reserve the next round of toll free numbers–855, 844, and 833 area code numbers. The unprecedented growth of telecommunication services since 1997 has made 1-800 phone numbers an extremely valuable commodity. Supplies are decreasing. But when the new numbers come available for use, Tollfreenumber.ORG will be ready to distribute them.

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(855) Numbers

There were reports in the fall of 2000 that the 855 numbers were to be released on the heels of the 866 pre-fixes. But it never happened. To this day, with more than two-thirds of the available toll free numbers taken, the FCC has yet to announce exactly when it will launch 855.

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How Many Toll Free Combinations Are There?

Toll free phone service has steadily grown in popularity over the past few decades. It seems every company—from corporations selling luxury items to web businesses selling one item—have their own toll free phone number.

News reports have warned that with the popularity of 1-800 numbers soaring, while supplies remain limited, the amount of available toll free numbers is dwindling. The FCC has reserved toll free area codes to address a shortage.

So, just how many toll free numbers are there?

The four area codes currently available —800, 888, 877 & 866–total 31,000,000 toll free numbers. Each area code has 7.7 million potential combinations. (some combinations within each area code group are blocked from use by the FCC) It is estimated that 19 million (or 65%) of all available toll free numbers are currently registered.

The specific breakdown is as follows:

6.5 million 1-800 numbers
5 million 888 phone numbers
4.9 million 877 numbers
3.1 million 866 numbers

The 800 numbers, the first and most popular of the four area codes, are sometimes difficult to obtain. Many combinations are already being used-and the numbers are so effective it is rare that they are returned into the system. The newest area code, 866, still has many numbers remaining.

When the FCC releases the new 855, 844, 833 and 822 phone numbers, subscribers will rush to obtain what are considered the “best” numbers. These numbers cannot be guaranteed to any specific subscriber prior to their release.

To learn more about how to be prepared to obtain a new toll free phone number, go to Tollfreenumber.ORG.

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