Establish a Local Presence in Malaysia
Malaysia Toll Free Numbers start with 1 800 followed by six digits. The International Toll Free Service (ITFS) format is:
- 1 800 XXX XXX
A toll free number is a great means to strengthen support for current customers as well as attract potential new business.1 800 Malaysia offers your business a way to promote a number that is free for new or existing clients to call. In addition, calls can be routed to any landline, cell phone or IP address which offers great flexibility to how you manage your toll free service. Toll free is typically a much more affordable option to establish a presence in a market than opening a new office.
Who Can Call My Malaysia Number?
Malaysia toll free numbers are available from all mobile networks but airtime is charged. ITFS is available from Telecom Malaysia payphones. A charge may be applicable for calls from hotels. The charge depends on the hotel. Malaysia ITFS also includes East Malaysia and Peninsular Malaysia.
Calling and Doing Business in Malaysia
There are significant business centers in the large cities including Kuala Lumpur, Langwaki, and Petronas. The population of Malaysia is 28.9 million. In Malaysia the most common date format is dd/mm/yyyy. Malaysia uses the Malaysian Ringgit as its official currency. The calling code for Malaysia UTC/GMT +8 hours. The official language is Malaysian.
Malaysia toll free numbers are international toll free phone numbers (ITFS) that your customers can call you on at no cost to them. Calls to your toll free number forward to any mobile number or land line of your choosing, so your Malaysian customers can reach you wherever you are.On your business trip to Malaysia take note that you’ll be driving on the left.
The largest city of Malaysia is Kuala Lumpur, situated in Southeast Asia. The country is officially named Malaysia, where the climate is equatorial and characterized by the annual southwest and northeast monsoons. Malaysia is located in the northern & eastern hemispheres and the capital is also Kuala Lumpur, located at 4.1936° N, 103.7249° E.
The Strait of Malacca in Malaysia is a major international shipping corridor and contributes to a large transportation sector of the Malaysian economy. Other vibrant industries include oil and gas production and textile manufacturing.
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Availability of Local DID Numbers for Malaysia
Local virtual numbers (DID or DDI Numbers) are available in the following cities in Malaysia.
- Kuala Lumpur