Norway Toll Free Numbers
Customers in Norway call you toll free from anywhere in the world.
Establish a Local Presence in Norway
Norway Toll Free Numbers start with 800 followed by five digits. The International Toll Free Service (ITFS) format is:
- 800 XXX XX
Norwegian toll free phone numbers enable your business to promote a number that is free for your customers to call. These toll free numbers can be diverted to any landline, mobile phone or IP address and are inexpensive to set up and service.
Who Can Call My Norway Number?
Toll free calls are available from the 2 mobile networks (Telenor Mobile and NetCom) and airtime is charged for the calls. 5 NOK is required to make toll free calls from payphones. A charge may be applicable for calls from hotels. The amount depends on the hotel Norway ITFS also includes Svalbard and Jan Maien.
There is no additional mobile surcharge if someone calls your Norway toll free number from a mobile phone in Norway.
Calling and Doing Business in Norway
The calling code for Norway spans from UTC +1 to UTC +2. Norway 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 Norwegian market.
The official languages are Norwegian, Nynorsk, and Bokm_l. On your business trip to Norway take note that you’ll be driving on the right. The population of Norway is 5 million. In Norway the most common date format is dd.mm.(yy)yy. Norway uses the Norwegian Krone as its official currency. There are significant business centers in the large cities including Oslond, Bergen, and Trondheim.
In Norway, the climate varies and the southern and western parts of Norway experience more precipitation and have milder winters than the southeastern part. Norway is bordered by Finland, Russia, and the Skagerrak Strait and is located in the northern & eastern hemispheres. It is officially named the Kingdom of Norway.
The Norwegian economy is largely driven by the oil and gas, fishing and shipbuilding industries, complemented by a growing high tech sector. The largest city is Oslo. The capital of Norway is also Oslo.
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Availability of Local DID Numbers for Norway
Local virtual numbers (DID or DDI Numbers) are available in the following cities in Norway.
No cities with local number availability found.
We add new cities regularly—contact an AVOXI representative for the latest list.