Establish a Local Presence in Dominican Republic
Dominican Republic Toll Free Numbers start with 1 8 followed by nine digits. The International Toll Free Service (ITFS) format is:
- 1 8XX XXX XXXX
By giving current or potential customers a means of reaching you with a free call, a toll free number might be the right business solution for increasing your business in the Dominican Republic. Also, the number can be easily set up and serviced and routed to any landline, cell phone or IP address. This option allows you to establish a presence in the Dominican Republic without opening an office and taking on staff.
Who Can Call My Dominican Republic Number?
Dominican Republic toll free numbers are accessible from most mobile networks. There is no access from the Tricom Network. ITFS is accessible from payphones. A charge is applicable for toll free calls from hotels from US $5 to US $10 per call.
Calling and Doing Business in Dominican Republic
Dominican Republic toll free numbers are international toll free phone numbers (ITFS) that will be able to allow you to grow your company. Find new customers in the Dominican marketplace and AVOXI can forward their calls to to your existing office, cellular telephone number or any land line. The calling code for Dominican Republic UTC -4. The official language is Spanish.
There are important business centres in the big cities including Santiago and Santo Domingo. The population of the Dominican Republic is 9.4 million. Dominican Republic uses the Peso as its official money. In Dominican Republic the most frequent date format is dd/mm/yy. On your business trips to the Dominican Republic, take note that you’ll be driving on the right.
About Dominican Republic
In the Dominican Republic, the climate is mostly tropical. The largest city is Santo Domingo, and you’ll find it located in the northern & western hemispheres. The country is officially named the Dominican Republic. The capital of Dominican Republic is Santo Domingo located at 18.9473° N, 70.4811° W.
The Dominican Republic is a nation on the island of Hispaniola which has a growing economy driven primarily by a combination of tourism and manufacturing for the US export market, particulary in the textile industry.