Types of Australia Virtual Numbers Available
We can provide various virtual phone number types in Australia. You can choose from the following:
- Australia Local Virtual Numbers are available for almost any city in the country, these include:
- Adelaide (+61 87)
- Brisbane (+61 73)
- Canberra (+61 26)
- Melbourne (+61 3)
- Perth (+61 86)
- Sydney (+61 2)
- Australia Mobile Numbers are capable of receiving SMS and begin with the prefix (+61 4). This number type is not compatible with WhatsApp or OTP verification codes.
- Australia 13 Numbers, which are considered “shared-cost” numbers. These can be dialed from anywhere in the world.
- Toll-Free Australia Numbers are available with the prefix (1800). These numbers can be dialed for free from within Australia.
Each number type has unique advantages and disadvantages. You should consider the needs of your business or consult with us before getting an Australia phone number.
How Long Does it Take to Get an Australia Virtual Phone Number?
It takes 1 business day to get an Australian phone number. In some cases, activating your Australia virtual numbers can take up to 2 days. Available numbers can be activated quickly once we verify your documentation. Contact one of our experts to see how long the number you desire will take to activate.
Telephone Numbers in Australia
Your business can get Australia toll-free, local, national, and mobile numbers. These numbers are regulated by the Australian Communications and Media Authority (ACMA).
Geographic Area Codes
United World Telecom has a large selection of Australian geographic numbers. Choose from our extensive list of Australian cities to get a number for. Some major cities we cover include:
- Adelaide (87)
- Alice Springs (889)
- Brisbane (73)
- Cairns (742)
- Canberra (251)
- Melbourne (39)
- Newcastle (240)
- Perth (86)
- Sydney (27)
Mobile Virtual Numbers
You can also get Australia mobile numbers ready for fast activation. Just fill out the form above and pick your new number.
Telephone Operators in Australia
Major fixed service and mobile operators in Australia include Optus, and Vodafone Australia. Other fixed service operators include TPG and Macquarie Telecom.
Doing Business in Australia
Australia is recognized worldwide for strong business practices with regard to enforcing contracts. In fact, the nation is rated number three out of 190 economies evaluated for the survey. Australia also ranks high in terms of ease of getting credit. Other strengths of Australia with regard to doing business include a high-quality credit information system, a strong legal rights index, high ranking with regard to dealing with construction permits, and ease in starting a business.