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Where do I get a 1-800 number for a website from?

Discussion in 'BlackHat Lounge' started by seochris96, Dec 20, 2012.

  1. seochris96

    seochris96 Regular Member

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    I want a site I'm working on to have a 1-800 support number that will start off as a recorded message but will eventually have phone operators. What's the cheapest yet workable option?
     
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    voip.ms
     
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    Brizz Registered Member

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    twilio.com is considerably cheaper than the above post. (checked it out... $1.25/min??????)

    you can get 1800 number for (pretty sure) $2/mo ....and I think its something like $.03/min.

    HMU if you wouldn't mind signing up under my affil link. regardless its: http://twillio.com (there might be better...but I have used them....with a coupon code for $40 credit...and haven't paid shit yet.... seems pretty legit)
     
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    Nagad BANNED BANNED

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    TollForwarding d.o.t. c.o.m.
     
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    Paranoid Android Jr. VIP Jr. VIP Premium Member

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    tried tollfreeforwarding once, appeared to be good

    they recycle numbers though, so you might endup receiving calls for other people who were already using that number, and end up paying for them :D
     
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    try evoice Im still using there services for more then three years now!!
     
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    Thanks, dudes!