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Cigarettes - The Killing Cachines of 2013 Like 1300 ones, the recipient of the call pays for the cost of the call-but 1800 numbers have no free minutes of local calls. In addition to this, both 1300 and 1800 numbers can also be called from a mobile phone-the caller pays for a rate that is set by their mobile company. How to get a 1300 number or 1800 number? Getting a 1300 or 1800 number is generally easy. Some companies will only ask you to fill in an application form, choose a plan/bundle and number from a list on their websites, have you print it then finally fax that form to their number. It usually takes one working day to set 1300 or 1800 numbers up. Business phone numbers in Australia don't have physical telephone lines. It means that whenever a caller dials a 1300 or 1800 number, the call is being routed or redirected to recipient's private phone, as if the caller actually dialed the recipient's personal digits. Therefore, it is helpful to a company if it has a business phone number; that way the owner may have the business function 24 hours a day, 7 days a week. If you have 1300 or 1800 number, you can capture all calls from customers. 1300 and 1800 numbers can also help in promoting a larger, more professional image for your business. They also encourage customers to call your business as it's free. Having larger companies as competition, getting 1300 and 1800 numbers in Australia is something to consider when you start your own business. It may be harder to compete against large businesses if you are advertising your personal number against their business number. 1300 and 13 telephone numbers are known as local call rate business numbers in Australia. This means that any calls made to a 1300 or a 13 line will attract only a local call charge as long as the call is made from a landline within the country. The company that owns the 1300 or 13 number pays for the calls received. Both 1300 and 13 numbers are virtual telephone numbers which means that they are not attached to any specific landline. These lines can be used to receive only incoming calls and cannot be used to make outgoing calls. There are two main differences between 1300 and 13 numbers - the first is the length and the second is the service charge that a company which owns these numbers pays for the calls received. A 13 number has 6 digits whereas 1300 consists of 10 digits. That is, a 13 number is followed by 4 digits and is therefore considered easier to remember than a longer 1300 number which is followed by 6 digits. Calls received on a 1300 or a 13 number is routed or forwarded from anywhere in Australia to predetermined answer points on a physical landline or mobile phone in any part of the country. 1300 or 13 numbers are usually used as an alternative to toll free lines by companies and business enterprises. The advantage of a 1300 or a 13 number is that even if the call

originates in one state and is routed or forwarded to an answer point in a different state, the caller is still charged local call charges only. Routing Options for 1800 and 1300 Numbers

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