A Toll Free number for your businesses is extremely beneficial since your prospects and customers won;t be changed any calling fees.
You, as the owner of the Toll Free number, are responsible for the charges. Since Toll Free numbers are one of our most popular products, we get a lot of questions about which number and plan is best for certain businesses. A Toll Free number can be purchased in most countries, but the prices differ depending some factors. We will enlighten you about Philippines Toll Free numbers and every cost associated with it.
Philippines Toll Free Numbers
Many of our customers look to have a Philippines Toll Free numbers. Their numbers are similar to US Toll Free numbers and start with 1 800 followed by eight digits.
1 800 XXXX XXXX
If you want this kind of number, it’s quite easy to get one. Most, if not all, providers offer Philippines Toll Free numbers, and depending on you usage, there are a number of plans out there for international toll free services.
Usually, Toll Free numbers get charged once a month. Therefore, the monthly cost depends on which plan you choose.
Getting a Toll Free number bundled with a set number of minutes is an option. This kind of plan is often tiered and tend to be more expensive as the minute usage increases. The least expensive plans start around $50 a month but can go as high as a thousand dollars for high-minute users.
You can also get a Toll Free plan with a flat rate for the number itself and incur a per-minute charge. In these plans, the number alone will cost around $14 a month. An originating and terminating fee will be added to your bill for each minute on the call.
- Don’t know what an originating and/or terminating fee is? An originating fee comes from the location where the call is made and the terminating fee is dependent on how the call is made. If you owned a Philippines Toll Free number, the originating fee would come from the Philippines and the terminating fee is based on where you want the call to ring: either your mobile, landline or VoIP phone. Secret about terminating fees: many providers will not charge one if the call is forwarded to VoIP.
In relation to the plans listed above, a few providers sell Toll Free numbers bundled with their company’s Cloud PBX, which will gives your Toll Free number a wide-range of capabilities. Keep in mind, you’ll still be charged originating and terminating fees but have a variety of calling features for around $22 a month.
If you believe a Philippines Toll Free number would be beneficial for your business, start looking at the options and plans on the market today. Make sure you study your calling habits to find out which calling features you need in order to choose the best plan for you.