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Unlimited incoming via VoIP.

Use any VoIP solution.

Forward the Arizona number to any phone number in the world.

Port in/out a Arizona phone number.

Optional cloud phone system.

Use the Arizona number as the outgoing caller-id.

Cities we cover in Arizona

What you should know about Arizona businesses and residents

Over 7 million people reside in Arizona, offering a significant customer base for businesses using a local number to increase trust and engagement.

Phoenix, as the fifth-largest city in the U.S., hosts a diverse economic landscape where local numbers can significantly improve customer response rates.

Arizona's tourism attracted 45.4 million visitors in 2018, making local contact numbers crucial for businesses serving tourists.

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Frequently asked questions

Can I use a FlyNumber to stay connected during my visits to the Grand Canyon?
Absolutely! A FlyNumber allows you to maintain a local presence with an Arizona phone number, even when you're exploring natural landmarks like the Grand Canyon. You can forward your calls to any device, ensuring you stay connected no matter how remote your adventures take you.
How can I ensure my business in Phoenix remains accessible to local customers without a physical office?
With FlyNumber, you can set up a local Phoenix phone number that forwards to your current location, whether that's another state or another country. This virtual presence helps maintain the local feel for your customers, fostering a connection and trust akin to that of a physical office.
Is it possible to receive SMS alerts for weather updates in Arizona with my FlyNumber?
While all US FlyNumbers can receive SMS and forward them to your email, please note that we cannot guarantee the delivery of 2FA or shortcode messages, which are commonly used for automated alerts like weather updates. It's perfect for staying informed about personal messages or client communications.
I'm relocating to Tucson for university. Can I get a local number ahead of time to help with apartment hunting?
Yes, you can activate a Tucson-based FlyNumber virtually instantly to help with your move. This will make it easier to communicate with potential landlords and service providers who may prefer dealing with local residents.
Will my Sedona art gallery benefit from using a FlyNumber?
Definitely! A local Sedona number can significantly enhance your gallery's community engagement. It allows local artists and art lovers to reach you easily, facilitating better relationships and potentially increasing attendance at events and exhibitions.
Can I use FlyNumber to manage calls for my seasonal tourism business in Flagstaff?
Yes, FlyNumber is an excellent tool for managing high call volumes during peak tourist seasons in Flagstown. You can use features like call menus and time-based routing to effectively handle calls during business hours and direct after-hour inquiries to voicemail.
How does the FlyNumber cloud phone system help if I'm running a campaign in multiple Arizona cities?
The FlyNumber cloud phone system allows you to manage multiple numbers from Phoenix, Tucson, Sedona, and other cities all in one platform. This capability is perfect for coordinating state-wide campaigns, offering a centralized approach to manage communications, track call logs, and adjust strategies in real time based on caller data.

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Some background on Arizona and it’s area codes

Arizona's area codes are integral to its telecommunications framework. Originally, the entire state was served by area code 602 when the North American Numbering Plan was established in 1947. As the population grew, particularly in cities like Phoenix and Tucson, the need for additional area codes became evident, leading to the introduction of more codes over time.

In 1995, Arizona introduced area code 520 to address the overflow from the original 602 area. Later, in 1999, area code 480 was created to serve the East Valley region of Phoenix, and area code 623 was assigned to the West Valley. These changes were crucial in managing the distribution of phone numbers and accommodating new telecommunications services.

Further expansion occurred in 2001 with the addition of area code 928, covering northern and western Arizona, including cities like Flagstaff, Yuma, and Prescott. This expansion was essential for supporting rural areas and managing the area's growing telecommunications needs. The introduction of these area codes reflects Arizona's dynamic demographic and technological growth patterns.

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