Gain National Presence with an Australian 1300 Number
1300 numbers are a popular type of Australian business number used by companies to establish a single point of contact. These 10-digit phone numbers give companies a professional appearance and are recognized in Australia as “local call” numbers. That means the caller and the business split the call charges. Landline callers pay a small local rate, while mobile rates are dependent on the caller’s service plan. 1300 phone numbers are unique to Australia and are a common alternative to 1800 toll free numbers.
Benefits of Purchasing a 1300 Number in Australia
Created to give Australians a single point of contact nation-wide, 1300 numbers have several business benefits, including:
- Divert calls to your office or mobile device, regardless of where you are.
- Create a professional appearance within Australia.
- No additional hardware required.
- Save on Australian call costs with low rates from AVOXI.
- Keep your business number even if you change locations.
- Activate your business number in under 48 hours.
- Get 40+ VoIP business features with your 1300 number from AVOXI, including advanced call forwarding, call recording, IVR, call queuing, and more!
How Much Does an Australian 1300 Number Cost?
Setting up 1300 service with AVOXI is simple and cost effective. Australia 1300 numbers with 168 minutes included start as low as $12.49 per month. Pay as you go plans start at $7.99 per month. Per minute charges vary by call volume but start as low as $0.02. Customers that expect large call volumes, or do not know how many minutes to expect, can reach out to an AVOXI specialist for a custom quote.
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How to Purchase a 1300 Number in Australia
AVOXI makes it easy and affordable to set up Australian 1300 numbers for business. To purchase a 1300 number today:
- Complete the short form, and an AVOXI representative will contact you shortly to offer a custom quote and answer any questions you have about Australia 1300 numbers; or
- Speak directly with a specialist from AVOXI. Call us from any of our toll free numbers to reach a representative; or
- Choose an Australia 1300 number from our Online Shopping Cart and set up service online. If you don’t see the 13oo number you need just let us know and we will order it for you!
Get 40+ Business VoIP Features When You Purchase a 1300 Number
AVOXI includes more than 40 VoIP phone features when you purchase Australia 1300 numbers. Manage your virtual 1300 number settings from the AVOXI Core Online Portal. Quickly modify call forwarding rules, download call analytics, set up new numbers for your business, and much more.
Why Companies Choose AVOXI
AVOXI has delivered top quality communication services for businesses around the world for almost 20 years.
- Reliability: Experience maximum uptime through our optimized worldwide network, connected via data centers across North America, Africa, and Asia.
- Expertise: With locations in the US, the Caribbean, Latin America and Africa, experienced technical support is available anytime you need it.
- Superior Call Quality: Interconnections and direct partnerships with multiple Tier 1 carriers around the world ensure top-quality voice resolution at the most competitive rates.
- Customer Focused: As an AVOXI customer, you receive a dedicated account manager that understands your business is always looking out for you.
- Scalability: AVOXI’s large portfolio of advanced solutions and cloud-based platforms make it easy for you to customize your communication services as your business needs evolve.
Frequently Asked Questions
How long does it take to set up a 1300 number in Australia?
AVOXI provisions Australian 1300 numbers in under 48 hours. In most cases, your 1300 number is activated the following day.
What’s the difference between 1800 numbers and 1300 numbers in Australia?
1300 numbers are “local call” numbers, meaning the caller pays local call rates to make the call. 1800 numbers are toll free, meaning the caller does not pay for any part of the call. If you’re interested in getting an Australia 1800 number for your business, learn more here.
What’s the difference between 1300 numbers and 13 numbers?
Unlike regular Australian phone numbers, 13 numbers are only six-digits in length. Businesses in competitive industries set up 13 numbers in the hopes of improving the memorability of their phone number. Other than that, 13 numbers and 1300 numbers work in the exact same manner. 13 numbers are regulated by the Australian Communications and Media Authority and are significantly more expensive to set up.
I already have a 1300 number in Australia but want to lower my rate with AVOXI. What can I do?
To reduce your rates or leverage our VoIP services, simply port your existing 1300 number to AVOXI. Porting Australian 1300 number is a simple process. Learn more about porting your existing toll free, shared-cost, or DID numbers here.
Do I need to provide any documentation to purchase a 1300 number?
There are no special documentation requirements to purchase 1300 numbers in Australia.
What do mobile callers pay when dialing an Australian 1300 number?
Mobile callers pay a local rate determined by their carrier. Usually, these charges are similar to local call rates from landlines.
What other services can AVOXI offer to help my business?
In addition to toll free and 1300 numbers in Australia and around the world, popular business phone services from AVOXI include: