Get an 800 number for your business.
Give your company a professional 800 number with a national presence.
Or select one from our inventory of toll-free 800 numbers for business:
Why should I use an 800 number?
How to get an 800 number for business:
An 800 number allows you to designate a line for business calls and makes it easy for your customers to contact you. Get an 800 number for your business in three simple steps with Grasshopper:
How to select your 800 number
Starting with your 800 number
Powerful features for running a business
Create a customized business greeting
Run your business while on the go
Use your business number to send and receive texts
Explore Grasshopper's features:
Desktop + Mobile Apps
Stay connected with Grasshopper on your desktop, iPhone or Android device.
Get your voicemails transcribed so you can read them without having to listen to the message!
Simultaneous Call Handling
Take calls from multiple people at the same time so no one hears a busy signal.
Record professional messages that welcome your customers when they call in.Learn more about Custom Greetings »
Keep your finger on the pulse of your business with detailed call reports.
Provide updates and quick replies via text messaging on your business number.
Use your internet connection to make and receive calls when cell reception is poor.
Have incoming faxes delivered as PDF attachments right to your email inbox.
Incoming Call Control
Screen callers, block calls and set up custom schedules for your business hours.
Business Phone Number
Choose from our inventory of vanity, local, or toll-free numbers. Or port your own!
Route business calls to your personal phone or to another team member.
Set up a voicemail for business calls and get MP3s of your messages through email.
Give employees or departments extensions with their own call forwarding rules.
Place callers on hold and even transfer them to another number when needed.
Works with all phone carriers
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Frequently Asked Questions
An 800 number is a toll-free phone number that starts with the 800 prefix. Other toll-free prefixes include 833, 844, 855, 866, 877, and 888. Toll-free calls are routed to a local number, and the cost of the call is paid for by the phone number’s owner, not the caller.
800 numbers are assigned on a first come, first served basis by an entity called a Responsible Organization (“RespOrg”). The FCC sets all rules related to getting and using 800 numbers. They require them to be portable, so a subscriber can switch to a new RespOrg if they change providers.
Charges apply if you call an 800 number internationally, but you are not charged if you receive an international call. 800 numbers are free of charge when calling long distance within the United States and Canada.
Nope! Grasshopper offers 800 numbers for business at the same price as any other toll-free or local number in our inventory.
It takes no time at all! When you sign up for a Grasshopper account with a toll-free 800 number, you can start using your number immediately. However, text messaging may take up to 15 minutes to be enabled. If you have any issues, please contact customer support.
Toll-free numbers work a little differently for mobile phones than they do for legacy landlines. Dialing an 800 number from your cell phone is only free if your cellular plan is an unlimited plan. If you have a per-minute plan, calling 800 numbers will still use those minutes.
You bet! We’ll always show your 800 number as the caller ID to customers when you make a call from the Grasshopper desktop and mobile apps.
Of course! After you’ve signed up for Grasshopper, you can easily add more numbers. Often, businesses will have both a toll-free number and a local number for their customers’ convenience.
No. Toll free numbers come in seven formats, 800, 888, 877, 866, 855, 833, and 844 and they all work the same. However, the 800 prefix is the only "true" 800 number. We often times get the questions, "Is 866 a toll free number prefix?" or "Are 877 numbers really toll free?" Regardless of which prefix you choose, they all work the same and offer you the same benefits.