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How We Work?
Below are the most common questions with simplified answers, if you have a question or concern that is not listed please feel free to contact us.
Select the number you’d like to order and proceed to cart
Choose which service you prefer from one of the following and add it to cart:
- Port the number to another carrier (Free for one month)
- Park and forward the calls (100 minutes a month)
- Signup for unlimited call-forwarding
Fill out the checkout form and complete payment
Once you place the order we’ll register the number to your name and address and provide you within 1-2 days (sometimes even the same day) with the account details such as account number and PIN.
When you select a phone number on our website you will receive a full month of call forwarding service with 100 minutes to any US number, in essence we are offering you to sign up for service with us.
However, if you are unsatisfied with our services and wish to use another provider, you may port the number to the carrier of your choice while the number remains active.
On November 24, 2003, the FCC (Federal Communications Commission) enacted a new regulation to allow you greater flexibility with your telephone number. You may switch your home number from a traditional land telephone line to a cellular or wireless telephone and vice versa.
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The price reflects only service for the first month; the service includes 100 minutes of call forwarding to the number you select. You are free to port the number to another carrier or sign up for additional month of call forwarding service at a cost of $24.99 per month for unlimited calls* or Parking the number for $12 per 90 days for 100 minutes a month.
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Standard numbers are generic and basic; they give you a simple 212 area code phone number which you may use for any purpose including business.
Business numbers are easier to remember than personal numbers, hence the price difference; however, you may use a business number for personal and vice versa.
What separates the Exclusive numbers from the personal and business numbers is how extremely easier to remember they are, benefiting businesses that rely on their clients to memorize their number, especially service oriented businesses.
The categories listed are for simple navigation on our site, you may use a personal number for business or an exclusive number for personal, the only difference between the categories is how we list them.
You are free to port the number to your carrier within that time period.
Currently we are considering offers for 20 or more consecutive numbers, if you have blocks you want to sell, please contact us
We cannot guarantee a successful port after this time period. Alternatively, you may extend the time limit by utilizing our ‘Parking’ service: park the number with us for an additional 90 days for $12, you will receive 100 minutes of call forwarding each month as well: Park My Number
Call forwarding with the initial 100 minutes will usually be activated with 1-2 business days (sometimes the same day).
You should receive the information associated with your account and phone number detailing the call forwarding process or porting information for the number to your carrier once the call forwarding service has been established.
If you decide to port the number to a cell phone, the porting process takes 3-5 business days.
If you decide to port the number to VoIP or Hosted PBX systems it can take 10-14 days and sometimes even up to a few weeks.
The carriers who support our 212 area code phone numbers breaks down into three categories: Landlines, Cell phones & VoIP (Voice over Internet Protocol).
All carriers with no exception will port our 212 area code phone numbers to their service.
VoIP (Voice over Internet Protocol):
Most VoIP carriers will port our 212 area code phone numbers to their service, to verify simply ask your potential carrier if they support Number Portability or LNP (local number portability).
Outside of Manhattan Land-line carriers do not support porting 212 area code phone numbers as they must comply with mandatory 911 as opposed to other VoIP carriers who can rely on E911 (Enhanced 911).
Within Manhattan Time Warner Cable & Verizon support porting our 212 area code numbers.
To read more about 911 vs E911: http://www.tmcnet.com/voip/0705/special-focus-e911-ruling-what-it-means.htm
If you want to get a 212 number for your home, we suggest using a VoIP carrier such as: Vonage
If you want to get a 212 number for your Business, we suggest using a VoIP carrier such as: 8×8
To park a 212 number, you just have to pay a small fee. Enter the number you purchased and For just $12, you will be able to park your 212 phone number for 90 days and use the call forwarding service.
Optimum (Cablevision) will not allow to port in a 212 number purchased from us in all 5 boroughs.
Please note that if the number shows as unavailable for porting is because Google voice only allows mobile numbers to be ported into their system, this is how we help you port the number: We’ll 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.
Skype does not allow phone port in at this time to personal accounts, but we do hope they enable this feature soon.
Payment & Privacy
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If you wish to port the number to another carrier during this time period you are free to do so
We offer a 100% money back guarantee, if you are unable to port the number to you carrier we will refund you the full amount. (Check with your carrier first to make sure you can port in the number you like).
You credit card info is kept private even from us, all payments go through PayPal, so you have nothing to worry about, since PayPal is the most trusted name in online payments.
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