Establish a Local Presence in New Zealand
New Zealand Toll Free Numbers start with 0 800 followed by six digits. The International Toll Free Service (ITFS) format is:
- 0 800 XXX XXX
0800 numbers in New Zealand enable you to promote a number that is free for customers to call. This service is ideal for supporting your current customer base as well as attracting new business. Also, New Zealand toll free numbers can be diverted to any landline, mobile phone or IP address. Utilizing a toll free number can be a cost-effective way of establishing a presence in New Zealand without going to the expense of opening and staffing an office.
Who Can Call My New Zealand Number?
New Zealand toll free numbers are accessible from all mobile networks (Telecom New Zealand, TelstraClear and Vodafone) upon request at a premium rate, but free for the caller (no airtime is charged) . Toll free numbers are also accessible from payphones but at a premium rate. Break out solution available New Zealand ITFS also covers the Chatham Islands.
There are no mobile surcharges for calls to New Zealand toll free numbers. If someone calls your number from a mobile phone then you will not be charged more for this.
Calling and Doing Business in New Zealand
The official languages are English, Maori, and New Zealand Sign Language. The population of New Zealand is 4.4 million. The calling code for New Zealand spans from UTC +12 to UTC +13. New Zealand uses the New Zealand Dollar as its official money. New Zealand toll free numbers are international toll free phone numbers (ITFS) that New Zealanders can utilize to call you toll free. Their calls forward to any land line your office, or your mobile number.
On your business trip to New Zealand take note that you will be driving on the left. In New Zealand the most common date format is DMY. There are essential business centres in the big cities including Christchurch, and Auckland, Hamilton, Tauranga, Wellington, Dunedin.
About New Zealand
In New Zealand, the climate is a mild and temperate maritime climate. The largest city is Auckland. The capital of New Zealand is Wellington located at 41.4395° S, 172.1936° E. New Zealand is situated 1500 kilometres east of Australia across the Tasman Sea. The country is located in the southern & eastern hemispheres and is officially named New Zealand.
New Zealand’s economy has significant tourism, agricultural and horticultural sectors, and is also driven by the processing natural resources in the forestry, petroleum, natural gas and fisheries sectors.
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Availability of Local DID Numbers for New Zealand
Local virtual numbers (DID or DDI Numbers) are available in the following cities in New Zealand.
No cities with local number availability found.
We add new cities regularly—contact an AVOXI representative for the latest list.