Now when you sign up for service with 212areacode.com you are signing up for one full month of call forwarding service, this service includes 100 call forwarding minutes to any US phone number.
You will receive access to your number and be able to modify the forwarding number; you may also sign up for a full service account with unlimited usage* for $24.99 per month. If that is too much, you can also sign up for our parking services; $12 per 90 days with the same 100 minutes per month of call forwarding.
If you still wish to port the number you signed up for to another carrier you may do so without limitations as permitted by law.
How do these changes affect you, the customer?
Well, it doesn’t really, you will simply get more for your buck; you will receive a full month of service with 100 minutes to forward to your phone number and if you wish to use another carrier with this 212 number that is your choice and you may port/transfer the number to your preferred carrier within 30 days.
*Subject to ‘Fair use’ policy
The world is in turmoil, the pandemic has affected many business, families and individuals in terrible ways.
Most particularly it has taught us how to work remotely and also go to school from home, the one company who helped so many of us through this difficult time is Zoom, most of us became more familiar with Zoom through work meetings and remote schooling.
Zoom has pioneered the remote school and work environment in the past 6 months to places never before imagined, but Zoom also has call-in numbers which help individuals, students and employees call in, Zoom will generally assign a local number to a paid account, though any employee who uses Zoom and knows the benefits of a 212 phone number will want that 212 number assigned to them, unfortunately Zoom does not have any 212 numbers available, but you can easily order a number from 212areacode.com and port the number over to your business or personal Zoom account, get started by ordering a number here and start the porting process directly with Zoom here
Cricket is a small and economic carrier compared to most major cell phone carriers we’re mostly familiar with, Cricket also does not allow porting a number from a landline, only from other cell phone carrier, so we’ve come up with a nice solution:
We’ll port the number you purchased into a mobile carrier, and of course, there’s no extra charge for this, but keep in mind that it will take approximately 3-5 days to complete, and as soon as the number is ready for porting into your Cricket line, we’ll send you concise and clear instructions along with all the relevant account information on how to complete the port to Cricket.
So, you should be well on your way to selecting a new 212 phone number for Cricket: Start browsing for a new number today
Google Fi is a great and economic service, it provides low rates and transparent billing, you know your service is pretty good when it is provided by Google,
But just like Google Voice, Fi only allows mobile numbers to be ported into their system, and since 212 numbers are primarily landlines, we’ve set up a nice (and free) workaround for you, here’s how we’ll make it work for your new 212 phone number:
We’ll port the number you purchased into a mobile carrier, and of course, there’s no extra charge for this, but keep in mind that it will take approximately 3-5 days to complete, and as soon as the number is ready for porting into your Google Fi account, we’ll send you concise and clear instructions along with all the relevant account information on how to complete the port to Google Fi.
So, you should be well on your way to selecting a new 212 phone number for Google Fi: Start browsing for a new number today.
212 numbers are synonymous with New York City, now you can also get 212 a fax line through 212areacode.com.
When you purchase 2 consecutive numbers and subscribe to our unlimited call-forwarding service ($24.99 a month), the second line will act as a digital fax line, all faxes (up to 100 pages a month) will be automatically forwarded to your email.
Here’s how the process works:
- Select a combination of 2 consecutive 212 phone numbers
- Add Call-Forwarding service in your cart
- Specify the number calls should forward to
- Specify the email address faxes will be delivered too
- You’re all set, calls and faxes will start flowing through shortly
Tired of carrying 2 phones everywhere, one for your old number and one for your new 212 number?
You’re in luck; T-Mobile has announced that starting May 31st any customer can have another set of Digits with one device, this way you can carry one phone and have both numbers, your old number and your brand new 212 phone number.
Over 30 million people across the US carry more than one phone, from now on there’s no more juggling or laying out more dough for another phone; one phone, two numbers.
According to T-Mobile you can now port any number into this new and exciting service and use across many other devices, including your friends when you’re out of juice.
Even better, if your current cell phone is with another provider and your employer provides you with T-Mobile service, they can assign you a Digits line, this way you get to keep your existing number and carry only one phone.
Read more about this new and exciting offer from T-Mobile: https://newsroom.t-mobile.com/news-and-blogs/digits-launch.htm
Get your 212 phone number today and port it ported over to Digits: https://212areacode.com/shop/
Get a 212 Number and port it to Google Voice, Free phone service, what can be better?
Have you been thinking about buying a 212 area code phone number, but are holding back because you don’t necessarily want to give up your existing home, cell or office number?
It’s understandable to not want to pay for an additional phone number; after all, it often means having to pay for multiple lines of service. 212areacode.com is happy to announce, though, that there is a simple and affordable way around this issue. It’s offered by a company we all know and rely on every day: Google, the service is called Google Voice and is offered for free to everyone and it allows you to enjoy the best of both worlds: a 212 phone number while keeping your old number that your friends and family already know.
What are the Benefits of Google Voice
Google Voice is a great service to pair with 212areacode.com for a number of reasons. Most importantly, it’s FREE and it lets you make use of a 212 phone number without having to commit yourself to a new cellular provider. You don’t have to worry about replacing your existing services, and you don’t have to deal with a double or triple phone bill. When people call you at your 212 phone number, their calls will automatically be routed through Google Voice to the phone number you decide. Your existing cell phone, office phone or land line phone will ring and you’ll be able to take those calls in a seamless and easy way.
Use Different Numbers for Different Purposes
If you’ve had the same phone number for some time, the thought of getting rid of it is probably stressful. That’s especially true if you’ve been using the same work phone number for many years. Customers associate you with your longtime phone number, so switching it over can cause issues. At the same time, a 212 phone number is exclusive and projects an image of success. With Google Voice, your customers will be able to reach you at your longtime number or at your new 212 number with ease.
A Winning Combination
If you’ve been on the fence about getting an exclusive 212 phone number, there’s finally an easy way to do so without committing yourself to a whole new number. You really can have your cake and eat it, too, when you sign up with Google Voice and buy an exclusive 212 phone number from 212areacode.com. What are you waiting for? A 212 number is the perfect way to enhance your image and show people that you mean business. Enjoy the perks of this world-renowned area code without losing the benefits of your existing service by signing up today!
Google Voice has created apps for all smartphone OS’ including iOS (iPhone & iPad), Android and Blackberry.
The app lets you initiate calls using the Google Voice number instead of your current cell phone number, thereby showing the party you are calling your 212 number on their caller ID instead of your actual cell phone number.
What will you need to port a 212 number to Google Voice:
- A Google or Gmail account, if you don’t have one yet simply sign up for one, it easy and free.
- Billing and Porting information for the 212 number, provided to you by us once you complete your purchase of a 212 number.
Porting Your 212 Number to Google Voice
- Read and review all following steps before initiating the porting process.
- 2. Verify that your Google Voice account allows number porting by visiting: https://www.google.com/voice/b/0/porting, (if the number shows as unavailable to port now, no worries. We’ll work to port the number you purchased into a mobile carrier so Google voice can port it in.)
- Input your new 212 area code phone number at the required field and click: “Check”, Google will analyze it to see if it’s eligible for porting.
- If it is, you’ll just click through a few disclaimers – just as you would when opening up a new email account.
- On the next step Google will attempt to call the number you are porting in to complete a “voice Verification”, for this step to complete successfully please use the chat feature on our website to coordinate a time for Google Voice to call the number (in general, if our chat status is ‘online’ we can answer the call immediately), obviously there’s no additional cost and you will be able to use the number usually within 24 hours.
- Next, Google will ask for your personal details such as: address, account number etc. the account has been registered to your name and address, the account number & PIN are displayed above, be sure not to enter any special characters such as periods or commas in the address field.
- Use Google Checkout to complete the $20.00 porting fee.
- The porting process generally takes 24 hours to complete, you’ll receive an email confirming the port is successful and you may start forwarding and making calls using the new number.
Google voice only allows mobile numbers to be ported into their system, if the number shows as unavailable to port now, no worries. We work to port the number you purchased into a mobile carrier. This porting process can take 2-3 days and as soon as the number is ready for porting into your Google Voice account, we’ll send you concise and clear instructions on how to complete it.
How come some of the numbers show as ‘Unavailable’ for porting to Google voice?
Google voice only allows mobile numbers to be ported into their system, we’ll work to port the number you purchased into a mobile carrier. This porting process can take 3-5 days and as soon as the number is ready for porting into your Google Voice account, we’ll send you concise and clear instructions on how to complete it.
Read more about the porting process to Google Voice on support.google.com/voice/
Manhattan is set to get a new area code on June 10th: 332, this new area code is not going to replace any existing area code but will rather be an overlay to the 212 and 646 area codes which are exclusive to Manhattan. While 212 is mainly used for landlines and are no longer being distributed, 646 numbers are assigned for both landlines and cell phones.
How is this new are code affecting current residents? Not much, except that new residents and new lines being initiated will be assigned this new 332 area code.
Now, who wants this new area code? not many, it seems like most people will rather stick with their exclusive 212 area code or the less popular 646.
As noted in a recent article on CNN: The 212 area code is something of a status symbol. It was one of the original 86 codes created in 1947, and the first in New York City. As residents told New York Times in 2015, “the only acceptable area code for a Manhattanite is 212.”
So now is the time to get a 212 area code phone number before you get ‘stuck’ with a 332 (3rd tier) area code.
In short: Yes, you can port any 212 number purchased form us to Google Voice.
If you’ve given Google Voice a shot in the past, you may have held off on switching over entirely due to the inability to port your mobile phone number. People get attached to their phone numbers – it’s simply human nature. This phenomenon is especially likely if you’ve invested money in a snappy 212 phone number. After finally securing a number with a cool area code, the last thing that you want to do is hand out an awkward Google Voice number – right? Thankfully, it looks like Google is finally opening the floodgates and allowing number porting.
To see if your account is eligible for porting head over to: Google Porting
How to Port a Number to Google Voice
Like many of Google’s other services and features, Google Voice phone number porting* is remarkably easy and intuitive. Simply log on to your Google account as usual; click over to your Google Voice settings page. There, you should see a “change/port” option. By clicking on that, you will be asked to input the number that you’d like to port. Google will analyze it to see if it’s eligible for porting. If it is, you’ll just click through a few disclaimers – just as you would when opening up a new email account – and you’ll be good to go. In short, you’ll be able to use your new 212 phone number without facing early termination fees and other penalties.
*(Google charges $20 for the process)
One Number, Many Phones
One of the most beautiful things about Google Voice is that it lets you simplify the phone numbers in your life. Instead of handing out one work number, one cell number and one land-line number, you can just give people your Google Voice number. By dialing it, calls can be routed to any and all of your phones. You can sweeten the deal by porting over a trendy 212 phone number and giving it out instead. Without a doubt, a marriage between Google and the 212 area code is a beautiful thing.
There are a lot of perks to using Google Voice. Most notably, it allows you to save a huge amount of money on phone calls. One drawback that keeps many people from fully embracing this free service is that they don’t want to keep their computers turned on and logged in at all times. If you’d like to use a traditional phone in conjunction with Google Voice, there is an easy way to do so. The Obi110 device allows you to use a regular landline phone to make and receive calls through Google Voice. You can sweeten the deal by pairing it with a 212 area code phone number.
Get the Right Equipment
In order to use Obi110 with Google Voice, you need to buy the actual device. You can find it for very reasonable prices online. While you’re at it, purchase a 212 phone number. You’re going to need a regular computer to get through the registration process too. Once your Obi110 device is all set up, though, you won’t have to use your computer to take advantage of free calling with Google Voice. It’s well worth it to invest in an Obi110 device, and it can be used with your existing telephone.
Set Up ObiTalk
Next, you’ll net to sign up for and configure an ObiTalk account. The process is totally streamlined and couldn’t be easier. Once you’ve set up your account through www.obitalk.com, click on the “Add Device” link. Within that menu, you’ll see an option that allows you to set up Google Voice. Follow the onscreen instructions. You will need to provide your Google email address and password. You will be given steps to confirm that you have made the right settings, and your Obi110 should be enabled to take and receive calls via Google Voice in no time. Throw in a great 212 telephone number and you’ll have the ultimate, low-cost setup.