Indonesia Toll Free Numbers
Customers in Indonesia call you toll free from anywhere in the world.
Establish a Local Presence in Indonesia
Indonesia Toll Free Numbers start with an 803 or a 007. The International Toll Free Service (ITFS) formats for Indonesia are:
- 803 CCC XXXX
- 007 803 CCC XXXX
Toll free numbers in Indonesia give your customer base a number that is free to call. These numbers provide an ideal means for supporting existing clients but also are perfect for attracting new business to company. Also, Indonesia toll free numbers can be diverted to any landline, mobile phone or IP address.
Who Can Call My Indonesia Number?
Mobile access is available from Matrix Cellular network (prefix 0855, 0858, 0815 and 0816) only. All numbers provisioned after October 26th, 2010 will also be opened with PT Telkom under the following ITFS format 007 803 CCC XXXX. This format is only accessible from the PT Telkom network. All numbers implemented prior to Oct 26th, 2010 on the PT Indosat network (001 803 CCC XXXX) can also be opened on the PT Telkom network on a _‰ÛÊ_per request basis.”
A charge is applicable for calls from hotels: Rupiah 10,000 Payphones in Indonesia cannot access ITFS.
Calling and Doing Business in Indonesia
The population of Indonesia is 242 million. The calling code for Indonesia spans from UTC +7 to UTC +9. In Indonesia the most common date format is dd/mm/yy. There are significant business centers in the large cities including Jakarta, Makassar, Medan, Banda Aceh, Surabaya.
Indonesia toll free numbers are international toll free phone numbers (ITFS) that your customers can use to reach you toll free. AVOXI can send those calls to your office, your mobile number, or any other number you choose, so you can serve new and existing customers in the Indonesian market. Indonesia uses the Indonesian Rupiah as its official currency. On your business trip to Indonesia take note that you’ll be driving on the left. The official language is Indonesian.
Indonesia is located in the northern, southern and eastern hemisphere and is officially named the Republic of Indonesia. The capital of Indonesia is Jakarta located at 3.2591° S, 109.7028° E. Indonesia is a country in Southeast Asia and Oceania. The largest city is Jakarta. In Indonesia, the climate is tropical, with two distinct monsoonal wet and dry seasons. Indonesia has extensive mining, petroleum and natural gas industries, as well as large and growing textile and clothing industries.
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Availability of Local DID Numbers for Indonesia
Local virtual numbers (DID or DDI Numbers) are available in the following cities in Indonesia.
No cities with local number availability found.
We add new cities regularly—contact an AVOXI representative for the latest list.