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1300 Australia Phone Numbers

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Doing business in Australia becomes immensely convenient with a local Australian contact number. The reason is simple: local numbers are recognizable, leading to more connections and responses.

And while you can choose from a variety of local numbers, you’ll find that 1300 Australia phone numbers are the most popular.

Let’s look at these numbers and how they can benefit your business!

Get a 1300 Phone Number for Australia

1300 phone numbers are 10-digit phone numbers in Australia. These numbers start with the 1300 prefix and can be dialed at local call rates from within the country.

Australia phone numbers like these 1300 numbers help businesses create a local presence within the country. This way, you can manage and extend sales and customer support from any part of the world.:

How Much Does a 1300 Number Cost?

Costs for 1300 Australia phone numbers depend on the provider. In general, 1300 numbers start at 20 AUD per month, plus setup costs or additional per-minute charges.

United World Telecom offers Australia 1300 numbers starting from $11.95 (AUD 18.56) per month. Our five plans come with included minutes and an additional per-minute rate.

1300 Phone Number Format

1300 numbers in Australia include the country code for Australia (+61), the 1300 prefix, followed by the subscriber number.

This makes the 1300 Australia phone number format: (+61) (1300) xxx-xxx.

1800 vs 1300 Numbers

You’ll find both 1800 and 1300 numbers in Australia. However, there is a slight difference between how these numbers work.

1800 numbers — essentially Australia toll-free numbers — let callers in Australia call your business number for free. This means that your business pays for these calls instead. While it encourages more local prospects to contact your business, your business must prepare to pay for all calls.

On the other hand, 1300 numbers are shared cost numbers. This means, both the caller and the receiver (your business) share the cost of calls made to 1300 numbers.

How to Buy a 1300 Number in Australia?

You can purchase 1300 Australia phone numbers from any global telephony provider. While there are many phone number providers, you want to pick one that meets your communication needs and budget.

United World Telecom works with local operators in Australia to bring you toll-free and local phone numbers with affordable pricing and high voice quality.

Get an Australia 1300 number by signing up on our pricing page.

How to Get a 1300 Australia Phone Number?

You can buy an Australia 1300 phone number from United World Telecom in two ways:

To purchase your numbers online, follow these steps:

  1. Visit our Pricing page.
  2. Select your new number from the left dialog box.
  3. Choose Australia,then National (1300) and pick from the number available.
  4. Then, enter the necessary information in the right dialog box to have your calls forwarded.
  5. Note: You can forward calls to any location or VoIP/SIP system.
  6. Click on View Rates and choose from our five different plans.
  7. Add premium services, if desired. We offer Call Recording, Outbound Calling, Voicemail Transcription, and Rollover Minutes.
  8. Submit your order and wait for your service to be activated.

Get your Australia national number today by signing up above! Want to learn more about our services? Call us at 1 (877) 898 8646 or chat with us online!

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