Reverse Toll-Free phone number lookup

The toll-free phone number lookup database currently includes more than 1968518 active numbers.

What is toll-free phone number?

Toll free phone number is a telephone number that can be dialed at no cost. While it is not always the case, most toll-free numbers are available to anyone, so long as the marketer is able to pay for the call. Toll-free numbers first came to be in 1967. Since then, toll free numbers have become portable, and VoIP services have emerged, thus making it more accessible to SMBs.

What are toll-free numbers used for?

Toll free numbers are an age-old communication and marketing tool used by businesses everywhere. Basically toll-free numbers are used for everything from order-taking, to customer support and technical support. Toll-free numbers perform two main functions: they make it easy to call a company, and they let people know what number to call.

What area codes include toll-free numbers?

Toll free numbers are numbers that begin with one of the following three-digit codes: 800, 833, 844, 855, 866, 877, and 888. Area code 822 is expected to be used in the future, followed by 880 through 887, then 889.

How can i find the location of a toll-free number?

Toll-Free phone numbers are not location-specific. They operate in all locations that support NANP and can be selected randomly. The FCC assigns most toll free numbers on a first-come, first-served basis. The best way to find a toll-free phone number is to use a toll-free directory like

How do toll-free numbers work?

When it comes to the caller, a toll-free phone number works exactly like any other phone number. You simply dial to get connected with a customer service rep or other personnel. The only difference between dialing a toll-free number and another number is long-distance calls are free, even when placed from a landline.

Are there any differences between all toll-free codes?

Toll free numbers come in seven different formats - 1-800, 1-888, 1-877, 1-866, 1-855, 1-844 and the newest, 1-833. These formats are no different from each other, other than by appearance, and neither one costs any more than the others to acquire or operate

Is toll-free number legitimate?

There is not much legitimate companies can do to prevent the misdial or toll-free hijack scam. Other providers who own and assign toll-free numbers may not be aware of a scam or a user's bad intent. Many companies, like AT&T, work with number providers to protect legitimate toll-free numbers.

Should I answer a toll free call?

Only answer calls from known numbers. If you answer a call from an unknown number, be careful. For example, if you answer the phone and the caller or recording asks you to select a button or number to stop receiving the calls, you should just hang up. Scammers often use this trick to identify potential targets. So, it is always better to check the information first before answering an unknown number.