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:
What is an 800 number?
How to get an 800 number for business:
Grasshopper makes it quick and simple to pick and activate a 800 number.
Find an 800 Number
Search for an available 800 number using our 800 number lookup tool.
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Grasshopper offers personalized options for professionals and small teams.
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Why should I use an 800 number?
The virtual phone system for small businesses.
Get an 800 number and much more to help you sound professional.
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Frequently Asked Questions
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.