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Netherlands Virtual Phone Numbers

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We have the largest selection of the Netherlands virtual phone numbers. These numbers can receive and make international calls with a +31 Netherlands caller ID. Get a virtual number online from the Netherlands today and choose between local or toll-free numbers.

Here are the different types of virtual Netherlands numbers available:

  • Netherlands Local Virtual Numbers are available from nearly any city with local area codes. Popular Netherlands cities include:
    • Amersfoort (33)
    • Amsterdam (20)
    • Lochem (573)
    • Middelburg (118)
    • Rotterdam (10)
  • Netherlands National Numbers (85) are reachable throughout the entire country.
  • Netherlands Mobile Numbers starting with (970) are SMS-capable.
  • Netherlands Toll-Free Numbers (800) are also available and accessible from mobile phones. But, these numbers are generally not reachable from other countries.

How Much Does a Netherlands Virtual Number Cost?

Our pricing is straightforward, without any hidden fees or long-term contracts. Netherlands virtual phone numbers start at $12.95 per month. We offer five virtual number plans with included minutes and an additional per-minute rate. The total number of included monthly minutes will depend on the destination to which you’re forwarding calls.

Netherlands Phone Number Format

The dialing code for the Netherlands is (+31), and these phone numbers typically include the trunk prefix (0), a toll-free (800), or area code, followed by the subscriber number. This makes the Netherlands phone number format: (country code, if applicable) (toll-free or area code) (subscriber number)

Netherlands toll free number format: (0800) xxxxxxx.
Netherlands local number format: +31 (020) xxx-xxxx.*
*Amsterdam area code (20)

How Long Does It Take to Get?

We have a large inventory of Netherlands virtual numbers (including toll-free and local numbers) that can be activated in 1-2 business days. Our service complements any existing business phone system right away without requiring an extensive setup.

Telephone Numbers in The Netherlands

The Ministry of Economic Affairs, Agriculture and Innovation of the Netherlands regulates phone numbers in the Netherlands. The major Netherlands telecom operators for broadband and mobile services include KPN, Vodafone, Telfort, and T-Mobile.

Our partnerships with local operators enable United World Telecom to offer Netherlands virtual phone numbers to any business located anywhere in the world.

How to Buy a Netherlands Virtual Phone Number?

You can buy a Netherlands 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 Netherlands, type of number, prefix, and 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.

Sign up above to get a new number today, or call us at 1 (877) 898 8646 to get started today!

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