Thailand is a country in Southeast Asia. It has a newly industrialized economy that is one of the largest in Asia. Any business can get a Thailand virtual phone number to establish a local presence.
Get a Virtual Phone Number in Thailand
We have the largest selection of Thailand virtual phone numbers. These numbers can receive and make international calls from anywhere using a Thailand phone number as the caller ID. Numbers are available from the following cities:
• Local Thai Numbers
- Bangkok Virtual Numbers have a local Bangkok area code and start with +66 (0) 2 followed by seven digits.
- Chiang Mai Virtual Numbers have a local Chiang Mai area code and start with +66 (0) 52 followed by six digits.
- Chon Buri Virtual Numbers have a local Chon Buri area code and start with +66 (0) 33 followed by six digits.
• National Thai Numbers are reachable throughout the entire country and start with +66 (0) 60 followed by six digits.
• Mobile Thai Numbers are capable of receiving SMS and appear in the format +66 (0) followed by nine digits.
• Toll Free Thai Numbers are free to call from within Thailand and start with 1800.
How Much Does It Cost?
Our pricing is straightforward without hidden fees or long term contracts. Thailand virtual phone numbers start at $17.95 per month. We have five plans available with included minutes. The number of included monthly minutes will depend on the destination that calls are being forwarded to. View rates by filling out the form above.
How Long Does It Take to Get?
We have a large inventory of Thailand virtual numbers that can be activated in only a few minutes. Our service can complement any existing business phone system right away without any extensive set up required. Buy a virtual Thai number online or start a free trial by filling out the sign up form. You can also call +1 (561) 276-7156 to talk to an expert.
Are There Any Restrictions?
There is standard know-your-customer documentation required to get a virtual phone number in Thailand. These are cloud-based numbers, which means that the end users could be located anywhere in the world. Incoming calls from Thailand can be routed to a PSTN phone number and / or IP, depending on the customer’s preference.
Telephone Numbers in Thailand
The National Broadcasting and Telecommunications Commission (NBTC) manages Thailand’s telephone numbering plan. It is in accordance with ITU standards.
Thailand Phone Number Format
Thailand’s country calling code is +66. However, it’s not necessary to dial +66 from within Thailand. In 2001, the Kingdom switched to a closed dialing system. This requires callers to dial 0 followed by the phone number in order to reach their destination. It also means that callers must always dial the area code, regardless of their location.
A full phone number in Thailand contains nine digits, including the standard prefix 0. The area code and number are usually separated by a hyphen.
Geographic Area Codes
Geographic area codes in Thailand are one digit in Bangkok and nearby provinces, and two digits in all other provinces. These are a few of the area codes of major cities in Thailand:
- Bangkok (2) – the capital of Thailand
- Chiang Mai (52)
- Chiang Rai (52)
- Chon Buri (38)
- Phuket (76)
- Phang Nga (76)
Telecom Operators in Thailand
Telecommunications in Thailand are very advanced and on par with other regional powers like Japan and China. The mobile phone network in Thailand is dominated by three major operators: AIS, DTAC, and TrueMove H. United World Telecom maintains strong partnerships with local carriers to provide virtual Thailand phone numbers with the same quality as major telecom operators in the nation.
While Thailand is already a very advanced society, the government announced the introduction of Digital Thailand, with the intent to propel the nation forward economically and socially, with stability, sustainability, and prosperity. The foundation of the initiative encourages Thai citizens to make good use of the digital economy through innovation, human capital, and data capabilities. The initiative will boost its overall communication infrastructure with the ultimate goal of driving significant economic growth and opportunities for foreign investors.