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Toll free phone number

planning for a vacation in South Africa. want to buy South Africa phone number. Please suggest where do I buy?

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Re: phone number

Buy a sim-card for your phone after arriving in South-Africa. Any phone shop would do. Of course, you can use Internet to search for the one you like,
However, to call a toll-free number maybe you can use your current (US or where-ever you live) simcard in South-Africa also. Did you ask?

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South Africa virtual phone number

Thanks, dear.

Did you hear about an online phone number? My friend told me about South Africa virtual phone number he said that its cheaper than calling cards.

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Post was last edited on January 10, 2019 2:36 AM PST

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No.

When our folk travel they've learned to either buy the SIM at the airport or just use Whatsapp.

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US based toll free number

We are London based and obviously our landline is a UK number. But as we get a lot of clients from across the pond, we are trying to set up a US/Canada based number too. How can we get US based toll free number?

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Here for the 888 and 800 numbers you buy them.

You would call ATT, etc to get that setup.

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