Local Austria Phone Numbers

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Local National (0720) with 43 Country Code - $2.95 per month*

  • Send the calls to a regular phone number or VoIP | Unlimited incoming via SIP
  • At the moment it's only Local National numbers in AT | Use can use the number as your Austrian Caller-ID
  • Our Phone system can manage the menus, number-based routing, voicemail etc.
  • Headquartered in Vienna, A1 Telekom is the major telecom operator in Austria
  • SMS services are not available for Austria
  • No special registration for AT numbers

Use VoIP with a Austria virtual phone number among other options

  • You can use any combination of software and/or devices with your local Austria phone number
  • 1. Forward the Austria 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 Austria 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 Austria virtual phone number directly to VoIP

  • Core FlyNumber feature - set the Austria 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 Austria 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 Austrian 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 Austrian phone numbers

    • Country code: The international country code for Austria is +43. This code is used when dialing a phone number from another country.
    • Area codes: Austrian area codes are generally 1 to 4 digits long, depending on the region. They are used to identify a specific geographic area within the country. For example, the area code for Vienna is '1', while the area code for Salzburg is '662'. When dialing from within Austria, the initial "0" must be included before the area code (e.g., 01 for Vienna or 0662 for Salzburg).
    • Local numbers: Local numbers in Austria typically have between 3 and 7 digits, depending on the area code and the size of the region. In larger cities, such as Vienna, the local numbers can be shorter, while in smaller regions, the local numbers can be longer.
    • Dialing format: When dialing an Austrian phone number from within the country, you should follow this format: 0 + area code + local number. When dialing from outside Austria, you should use the format: +43 + area code (without the initial "0") + local number. For example, to call a number in Vienna from the United States, you would dial +43 1 xxx xxxx.
    • Mobile phone numbers: Mobile phone numbers in Austria usually start with '6' followed by a carrier-specific code (e.g., '660', '664', '676', or '699'). Mobile numbers typically have a total of 10 digits, including the area code. To call a mobile number from abroad, use the same dialing format as for landlines, but replace the area code with the mobile code.
    • Special numbers: Austria has special service numbers for various purposes, such as emergency services, directory assistance, or toll-free numbers. Some examples include:
    • Toll-free numbers: 0800 xxxxxx (the number of digits after the prefix may vary)

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    The history behind Austrian phone numbers

    • Early developments: In the early days of telephone technology, Austria, like many countries, had a relatively simple numbering system. Phone numbers were short, and the system was designed to serve the needs of a small number of subscribers.
    • Introduction of area codes: As the telephone network expanded and the number of subscribers increased, the need for a more organized system arose. Austria introduced area codes to help route calls to the correct geographic location. These area codes typically had one or two digits, and they were followed by the local phone number.
    • National numbering plan: In the 1990s, Austria adopted a national numbering plan. This plan standardized the format of phone numbers across the country, making it easier for people to dial and remember numbers. The new format consisted of a two or three-digit area code followed by a local number, which could vary in length. This created a uniform system for landline numbers, with a total length of up to 10 digits.
    • Mobile phone numbers: With the advent of mobile phones, Austria introduced separate numbering plans for mobile services. Mobile phone numbers typically began with a three-digit prefix, followed by a seven-digit unique subscriber number, making a total of 10 digits. These numbers were independent of geographic area codes.
    • Non-geographic numbers: Austria also introduced non-geographic numbers to provide services such as toll-free numbers, premium rate services, and shared-cost services. These numbers typically began with a specific prefix, such as "0800" for toll-free numbers, followed by a unique number.
    • Number portability: In the 2000s, Austria introduced number portability, allowing subscribers to keep their phone numbers when switching between service providers. This feature increased competition among providers and gave customers more flexibility.
    • Changes and updates: Over the years, Austria has made several updates to its numbering plan, including changes to area codes, number formats, and the introduction of new services. These changes are designed to accommodate the growing needs of the country's telecommunications infrastructure.

    The FlyNumber Forum - Topics tagged Austria

    Please read if you make EU to EU connections

    Jul 19, 2016

    This only applies if you forward your European FlyNumber to a European regular phone number and or make outgoing calls from your EU FlyNumber to an EU number

    Anytime our system needs to make an EU to EU connection via POTS/PSTN ( Regular phone numbers) you pay this rate.

    Otherwise, it’s the regular per min rates - you’re never charged both rates, it’s one or the other.

    Or If you have a European FlyNumber and are calling European phone numbers

    Example: If you buy a UK FlyNumber and forward the calls to a European phone number -this applies.

    Example: Call from UK caller > UK FlyNumber > Euro Phone number . The rate you would want to look up is for the " Euro phone number "

    Example: If you have a Ireland FlyNumber and call a UK Mobile number, you would pay the UK mobile rate found below

    EUtoEUrates.pdf (updated Sept 10 2021 ) (345.0 KB)

    ***If for instance you buy a Spain FlyNumber and forward to a USA this does NOT apply to you

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    Forward incoming calls outgoing calls

    Sep 18, 2018

    Hello. I see the option to forward to a local phone number, but how about back? Meaning, can I use the same phone number to call?


    • I use your Austrian Flycall number to forward to a Swedish phone number to receive calls directly to my Swedish phone number
    • How can I use my Austrian Flycall number to have outgoing calls aswell?


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