Italy Toll Free Numbers
Customers in Italy call you toll free from anywhere in the world.
Establish a Local Presence in Italy
Italy Toll Free Numbers start with 800 followed by six digits. The International Toll Free Service (ITFS) format is:
- 800 XXX XXX
Most customers who buy Italy toll free numbers use them to attract customers who are based locally in Italy. It is a well-known fact that people in Italy prefer to call a local free to phone number rather than a cost to call number. If you are a company who needs to sell your service into Italy and you don’t have an office in the country then Italy toll free numbers are the ideal solution.
Who Can Call My Italy Number?
In Italy, there is no country limitation for coverage by 800 numbers. Payphone and mobile networks are accessible but at a premium rate. It is also worth noting that toll free calls within Italy may be blocked by some payphones and mobile networks.
Please note that if your customer calls your Italy toll free number from a mobile in Italy you will be charged approximately 50 cents extra per minute to receive the call.
Calling and Doing Business in Italy
There are important business centres in the big cities including Rome, Venice, Florence, Turin, Milan. Italy toll free numbers are international toll free phone numbers (ITFS) that your clients can call you on at no cost to them. Calls to your toll free number forward to your land line or any mobile number of your choice. That means that your Italian customers can reach you wherever you are.
The population of Italy is 60.7 million. The official language is Italian. Italy uses the Euro as its official currency. The calling code for Italy spans UTC +1 and UTC +2. On your business trip to Italy take note that you’ll be driving on the right. In Italy the most frequent date format is dd/mm/yyyy.
Italy is located in the northern & eastern hemisphere and is officially named the Italian Republic. The largest city is Roma, or Rome, which is also the capital city. The climate of Italy is highly diverse, ranging from humid subtropical to humid continental and oceanic. Italy is situated in Southern Europe, and borders France, Switzerland, Austria, and Slovenia.
Italy has a diverse industrial economy, with textile production and manufacturing concentrated in the northern part of the country and large agricultural and tourism sectors.
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Availability of Local DID Numbers for Italy
Local virtual numbers (DID or DDI Numbers) are available in the following cities in Italy.