Establish a Local Presence in Sweden
Sweden Toll Free Numbers Toll Free numbers are a bit different format than in the rest of Europe. Numbers start with 02 or 0200. These numbers are familiar to Swedish residents and will be recognized as freephone numbers. The International Toll Free Service (ITFS) formats are:
- 02 XXX XXXX
- 0200 XX XXXX
In Sweden, 0200 or 02 numbers allow your business to advertise a number that is free for your customers to call. These toll free numbers can be routed to any landline, mobile phone or IP address. The service is ideal if you have a customer base who you want to support or if you want to attract Swedish customers to your business. Swedish 0200 numbers are inexpensive to set up and service and they are a more cost-effective option than opening an office in Sweden and taking on additional staff.
Who Can Call My Sweden Number?
In Sweden, there is no access from mobile networks for international toll free calls. Payphone access is available using Telia payphone only and a card is requested to initiate toll free calls. It is not guaranteed that phones outside of Sweden will be able to dial Sweden ITFS numbers.
Calling and Doing Business in Sweden
Sweden uses the Swedish Krona as its official currency. The population of Sweden is 9.5 million. On your business trip to Sweden take note that you’ll be driving on the right. There are significant business centers in the large cities including Malmo, Stockholm, Gothenburg, and Uppsala. The offical language is Swedish.
Sweden 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 Swedish customers can reach you wherever you are.In Sweden the most common date format is yyyy-mm-dd. The calling code for Sweden CET (UTC+1).
In Sweden, the climate is mostly temperate, with four distinct seasons and mild temperatures throughout the year. The capital of Sweden is Stockholm located at 59.2685° N, 15.7591° E. The Swedish economy is diverse with thriving sectors in telecommunications, iron and steel production, wood pulp and paper products, and precision manufacturing. It is a Scandinavian country in Northern Europe.
Sweden borders Norway and Finland, and is connected to Denmark by a bridge-tunnel across the Ì¬resund. Sweden is located in the northern & eastern hemispheres and is officially named the Kingdom of Sweden. The largest city is Stockholm.
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Availability of Local DID Numbers for Sweden
Local virtual numbers (DID or DDI Numbers) are available in the following cities in Sweden.