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Philippines Virtual Phone Numbers

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  • Philippines virtual phone number format
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Get a Virtual Philippines Phone Number

United World Telecom offers a large inventory of Philippines virtual phone numbers, enabling businesses to establish a local presence in the Philippines. Available options include the following types of Philippines virtual numbers:

  • Local Philippines Numbers
    • Manila (2) virtual numbers have a local Manila area code and start with +63 (0) 2 followed by eight digits.
    • Cebu (32) virtual numbers have a local Cebu area code and start with +63 (0) 32 followed by eight digits.
    • Pampanga (45) virtual numbers have a local Pampanga area code and start with +63 (0) 45 followed by eight digits.
  • Mobile Philippines Numbers (09) have a distinct area code followed by eight digits. These numbers have Local 2-Way Voice capability, enabling outbound calls with a local caller ID. are free to call from all networks within the Philippines. These numbers start with 1800.
  • Toll-Free Philippines Numbers are free to call from all networks within the Philippines. These numbers start with 1800.

If you need help deciding which phone number type is right for your business, we are here to help. Our experts have experience advising clients on Philippines phone number solutions and we can help you navigate the complexities.

How Much Does a Philippines Virtual Number Cost?

We offer five Philippines virtual number plans with included minutes and an additional per-minute rate. Plans start at $23.95 per month with no setup fees and no long-term contracts.

Philippines Phone Number Format

The country calling code of the Philippines is +63. Landline numbers typically include an area code. When making long-distance calls within the Philippines, the prefix '0' must be added before the area code. However, this prefix is not required when making local calls within the same area code. Additionally, the country code '+63' is not needed when calling within the Philippines. It is only required for international calls to the country.

The format for writing a Philippines number is +63 (0)2xxxxxxxx

Telephone Numbers in the Philippines

Telephone numbers in the Philippines are managed under an open numbering plan, regulated by the National Telecommunications Commission. In this system, both landline and mobile phone numbers vary in length and structure.

Most mobile phone numbers in the Philippines are eleven digits long, including the initial zero, and typically start with ’09’. Landline numbers, on the other hand, are either ten or eleven digits long, depending on the area code. For example, area code ’02’ covers Metro Manila and nearby areas, while ‘032’ covers Cebu.

Local calls within the same area code do not require the area code to be dialed. However, for long-distance calls within the Philippines, the domestic long-distance access prefix 0 and the appropriate area code must be dialed. Callers must also bear long-distance charges when dialing numbers in different cities. As a result, toll-free numbers are highly beneficial for businesses that aim to be accessible nationwide. They offer an easy way for locals throughout the country to call your business without incurring long-distance call charges.

On the other hand, mobile phone numbers in the Philippines come with Local 2-Way Voice functionality. This allows businesses to display a local caller ID for outgoing calls. This feature is particularly valuable for businesses that need to establish a local presence and make calls within the country.

Telephone Operators in the Philippines

Telecommunications in the Philippines are considered well-developed, thanks to modern infrastructure. Despite deregulation since 1995, the industry is still mainly dominated by a few key players carriers, notably Globe Telecom and Smart, which hold a significant market share. However, these carriers primarily offer services within the Philippines, posing challenges for foreign companies needing local phone numbers.

To address this, United World Telecom partners with local and regional carriers, offering international virtual number solutions suitable for global businesses seeking local calling solutions in the Philippines. We provide a simple, cost-effective way for multinational companies to maintain a local presence in the country.

How to Buy a Philippines Virtual Phone Number?

You can buy a Philippines phone number from United World Telecom in two ways:

  • Find and purchase your Philippines virtual number online on our website.
  • Speak with our representatives to learn more and get your questions answered.

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 Philippines, 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.
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