Local Argentina Phone Numbers

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Buenos Aires, Cordoba, Rosario, Mendoza and more - $4.95 per month*

  • Choose from over 20 different local Argentinian prefixes
  • Home of La Boca in Buenos aires, we're proud to service Argentina
  • Very good telecom services coming out of Argentina
  • Our Argentinian numbers do not come with SMS at the moment
  • "Telecom Argentina" operates in the north, "Telefónica de Argentina" in the south
  • No special registration for an Argentine phone number

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Possible use cases for an Argentinean virtual phone number

  • Did you start a business in Argentina? Perhaps a tech start-up in Buenos Aires? - Use your local Argentinean phone number in a multitude of ways:
  • Your website | Letterheads/business cards | Storefront | Flyers and marketing materiel | For sale signs | online and offline forms
  • Do you post apartments or condos on Zonaprop ? - Use an Argentina FlyNumber to keep you mobile or landline number private
  • Lead sales / generation requiring the ability to track calls as well as change the “call forward” settings anytime - Bulk orders welcome
  • Did you start a local fundraiser in Cordoba? Perhaps a political campaign in Buenos Aires? - Use your Argentinean virtual number to make and receive calls
  • Are you a Techie? - Take your Argentinian DID number and set it to any SIP uri - Unlimited incoming for $4.95 a month - Detailed call logs (OK/failed) - Asterisk | 3CX | FreePBX , etc
  • Keep your current Argentina mobile / landline phone number off any databases and private - Use a FlyNumber anywhere you need an Argentina phone number (online forms, registrations etc.)
  • Add a local Argentina phone number to your resume or CV - Give potential employers in Cordoba or Tandil an easy way to reach you
  • If you travel outside Argentina and require your mobile phone calls to continue to work, we can help - Before you fly out , set the “Call forwarding” on your mobile phone to an Argentinian FlyNumber - Now on the FlyNumber site, you can set the call flow to anywhere or anything
  • A brother in Rosario? Maybe a girlfriend in La Plata? - Give them a local number to add to their phone contacts
  • Do you post on Craigslist Argentina? - Use FlyNumber to stay anonymous while still keeping track of calls - add a voicemail if you need

Use VoIP with a Argentina virtual phone number among other options

  • You can use any combination of software and/or devices with your local Argentina phone number
  • 1. Forward the Argentina FlyNumber to any regular phone number

  • Core FlyNumber feature and can be updated via your panel on the "fly" (pun intended)
  • No PBX or phone system involved when using this option
  • Anytime our system needs to send calls to a regular phone number, there is a low per min rate
  • 2. Use the FlyNumber with our hosted pbx-phone system

  • This is optional. You can always go back to one of the other core options other (1. Regular Phone or 3. Voip/SIP)
  • It's $14.95 a month + the price of the Argentina phone number (shown top of page)
  • If you forward to a reg. phone number and/or make outgoing calls - a per min rate applies
  • IVR/Voice Menu | Record Calls | On-Hold/Queue | Time-based routing | SIP Accounts | Voicemail and more
  • Within the PBX, core features (1. and 3.) are expanded to a great degree
  • Use the PBX to make outgoing calls with your virtual phone number
  • More info on our cloud phone system

  • 3. Set the Argentina virtual phone number directly to VoIP

  • Core FlyNumber feature - set the Argentina phone number to any SIP address (URI/host)
  • PBX not involved | Update settings instantly | Detailed logs (including failed attempts)
  • Using the SIP protocal (VoIP) might be the most effecnent way of answering calls, it would involve the fewset amount of "hops"
  • Your Argentina FlyNumber can be used with 3CX | Asterisk | FreePBX | FreeSwitch among other VoIP solution
  • There are no additional charges when receiving calls this way - Unlimited incoming minutes
  • Every FlyNumber comes with 2 incoming channels (with the ability to purchase more soon)
  • More info on call forwarding

  • Buy an Argentinian virtual phone number in 3 easy steps

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    1.) Choose a country and city for your phone number

    2.) How would you like to use the FlyNumber? (change this anytime)

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    3.) Configuration Options

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    Technical info on Argentine phone numbers

    • Argentina phone numbers follow the International Telecommunication Union (ITU) E.164 recommendation, which specifies the format for international telephone numbers.
    • Country code: Argentina's country code is +54. When dialing an Argentine number from outside the country, you'll need to start with the international dialing prefix (usually 00 or '+' for mobile phones), followed by the country code (54).
    • Area codes: Argentina uses area codes, also known as city codes, to differentiate between regions. The area code typically consists of 2 to 4 digits, depending on the size and population of the region. For instance, Buenos Aires, the capital city, has the area code 11, while Córdoba has the area code 351.
    • Local numbers: Local telephone numbers in Argentina usually consist of 6 to 8 digits. The number of digits in a local phone number can vary based on the region or city.
    • Mobile numbers: Mobile numbers in Argentina also use area codes, which are generally different from the landline area codes. Mobile numbers typically start with '9' after the country code, followed by the area code and a 7 or 8-digit local number. For example, when dialing a mobile number from outside Argentina, you would dial: +54 9 (area code) (local number).
    • Number format: When combining the country code, area code, and local number, an Argentine phone number will generally follow this format:
    • Landline: +54 (area code) (local number)
    • Mobile: +54 9 (area code) (local number)
    • Dialing within Argentina: When making a call within Argentina, you'll need to use the appropriate area code, even for local calls. For landline calls, you would dial 0 + (area code) + (local number). For mobile calls, you would dial 0 + 15 + (area code without the initial 9) + (local number).

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    The history behind Argentinian phone numbers

    • Introduction of telephones in Argentina (late 19th century): The telephone was first introduced in Argentina around 1878, and the first telephone exchange was established in Buenos Aires in 1881. This marked the beginning of organized telecommunication in the country.
    • Early numbering systems: Initially, telephone numbers in Argentina were assigned on an ad-hoc basis, with no standardized numbering plan. Subscribers were typically assigned short numeric or alphanumeric codes, often just a few digits long.
    • Introduction of area codes (mid-20th century): As the telephone network expanded, area codes were introduced to better organize and manage the growing number of subscribers. These area codes were assigned based on geographic regions, allowing for more efficient call routing and simplifying the dialing process.
    • Transition to longer phone numbers (late 20th century): With the continued expansion of the telephone network and the introduction of new services such as mobile phones, Argentina started to transition to longer phone numbers. This process began in the 1990s and included the addition of prefixes to distinguish between landlines and mobile phones.
    • Numbering plan update (2000s): In the 2000s, Argentina updated its numbering plan to better accommodate the growing number of subscribers and services. This update involved the introduction of a national dialing prefix (0), an international dialing prefix (00), and the expansion of area codes and local numbers.
    • Introduction of the 9-digit mobile phone numbers (2010s): With the rapid growth of mobile phone usage, Argentina introduced a 9-digit numbering scheme for mobile phones in the 2010s. This involved adding a "9" in front of the existing 8-digit mobile numbers, which started with a "15" prefix.

    The FlyNumber Forum - Topics tagged Argentina

    I can not make outgoing calls

    Feb 21, 2017

    I have purchased 1 DID from Argentina, I have configured it in FreePBX, according to the parameters that sent me. Incoming calls work normally, but when making outgoing calls, when you make the connection from-trunk it says “DOWN” and the outgoing call does not respond. I noticed that when I dial the number and start to manage the call, the ring is not heard.



    Exten => _X., 1, Ringing
    Exten => _X., N, Answer
    Exten => _X., N, Echo
    Exten => _X., N, Wait (600)
    Exten => _X., N, Hangup


    Host =
    Dtmfmode = rfc2833
    Dtmf = rfc2833
    Type = peer
    Context = from-trunk
    Insecure = very
    Nat = never
    Allow = all


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    Payment for forwarded calls that were not taken

    Sep 30, 2014

    In the last few month i did not use the flynumber although I continued paying the monthly charge.
    The Flynumber wa forwarded to an Argentinian number (I was not in Argentina and did not take calls).
    However, systematically and for a long time I was charged 0.13$ for forwarded calls.
    Please explain and how to avoid this charge.
    Best Regards,

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    Calls are not forwarded to Chilean cell number

    Feb 19, 2014


    I am now in Chile, Have a local cell number 62247081 purchased in Santiago Entel Company.
    My DID number is 97237621574 (it is in Israel)
    My configuration is simply forward the call to the local number
    The way I write the Chile number is 56-9-622-47-081
    The calls are not forwarded to my Chilean cell number.
    Can you please advise.



    For the lat two week while in Argentina with a cell number the forwarding worked well

    2 posts - 2 participants

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