Establish a Local Presence in El Salvador
El Salvador Toll Free Numbers start with 800 followed by four digits. The International Toll Free Service (ITFS) format is:
El Salavador 800 numbers can be a great business tool, especially if you are looking for a cost-effective means of increasing your sales in El Salavador without going to the expense of opening a new office in country. These toll free numbers give clients and potential new business prospects a means of reaching you that is free. And, the calls can be diverted to any landline, cell phone or IP address making it even easier to establish a presence in El Salavador.
Who Can Call My El Salvador Number?
El Salvador toll free numbers are only accessible from the Telefonica fixed network. There is no ITFS accessibility from mobile networks or payphones.
Calling and Doing Business in El Salvador
El Salvador uses the U.S. Dollar as its official currency. There are essential business centres in the large cities including San Miguel, Santa Ana, and San Salvador. In El Salvador the most frequent date format is dd/mm/yy. The official language is Spanish. The calling code for El Salvador UTC -6.
El Salvador toll free numbers are international toll free phone numbers (ITFS) that your clients can use to reach you toll free. AVOXI can send those calls to your workplace, your mobile number, or another number you select, in order to serve new and existing customers in the El Salvadoran marketplace. The population of El Salvador is 6.1 million. When you travel on business to El Salvador take note that you will be driving on the right.
About El Salvador
The largest city in El Salvador is San Salvador. The climate is tropical with pronounced wet and dry seasons. El Salvador borders the Pacific Ocean, Guatemala, and Honduras. The capital of El Salvador is San Salvador located at 13.7176° N, 89.0279° W. El Salvador is located in the southern & eastern hemispheres and is officially named El Salvador. El Salvador has a large and growing manufacturing sector based primarily around “maquilas” or export factories built in designated free trade zones in order to serve foreign markets.