Local Belgium Phone Numbers

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Brussels, Antwerp, Ghent and Liege among many others - $2.95*

  • Choose from over 20 different Belgium prefixes
  • Buy a Belgium virtual phone number and truly control it - change settings anytime
  • Make and receive phone calls with any device or software - optional PBX phone system
  • Alexander Bell of Boston founded "International Bell Telephone Company" in Brussels to expand operations in Europe circa 1879
  • Sophisticated telecom services from the Belgians | You can be assured you're phone calls will always come in
  • Currently no SMS with our Belgium numbers
  • Special requirement: You'll need to let us know a local address in the Belgium city you want a number

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Possible use cases for a Belgium virtual phone number

  • Do you own a Belgian business? - Get a local phone number so your clients can reach you, among other reasons:
  • Your website | Business cards | Online and offline forms | Advertising materiel | on Physical products | Side of an ice-cream truck
  • Tech company in Brussels? When you sign up for hosting, a domain, or just creating your “stack” in general - you’ll want a phone number first
  • Real estate people from Belgium - Do you rent apartments or sell units on Immoweb - Use FlyNumber to stay in touch with clients
  • Prehaps you offer local services in Brussels and need a couple of numbers? - Manage all the numbers with your panel - export call history/logs in csv
  • Belgium programmers and engineers - Set the Belgium DID number to any SIP uri, we’ll provide the IP’s to whitelist - $2.95 per month and unlimited incoming using this method
  • Concerned about privacy in regards to your personal BE mobile / landline phone number? - Use a FlyNumber instead of your personal BE phone number and keep your private number off any databases ( ie robocallers, spammers )
  • Search for a job in Belgium while you're outside the country - Use a BE FlyNumber to stay in touch with possible employers
  • Keep your Belgium mobile calls alive while you travel outside the country - Before you fly out, set the “call forwarding” settings on your mobile phone to a Belgian FlyNumber - You’ll now have complete control over the BE mobile calls , set them to anywhere
  • Belgium may be another country you're adding to your "Contact us" page, one of several countries you do business in - Natural resources industry | Travel companies | Learn a language | Translation services
  • Family or friends in the “battleground for Europe”? Stay in touch by giving them a Belgian phone number to add to their contacts for you
  • Post on 2 DeHands? Use a Belgium FlyNumber to keep you personal phone number private

Use VoIP with a Belgium virtual phone number among other options

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

  • Core FlyNumber feature - set the Belgium 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 Belgium 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 a Belgium 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 Belgium phone numbers

    • Country code: The country code for Belgium is +32. To dial a Belgian number from abroad, you must first dial the international access code (e.g., 00 or 011), then the country code (32), and finally, the local number.
    • Area codes: Belgian phone numbers are assigned to specific geographic areas, and each area has its own code. These area codes are typically 1 to 2 digits long, and they are dialed after the country code. For example, the area code for Brussels is 2, while the area code for Antwerp is 3.
    • Local numbers: Local phone numbers in Belgium are typically 6 to 7 digits long, and they follow the area code. The combination of the area code and local number results in a complete phone number that is 8 to 9 digits in length.
    • Mobile phone numbers: Mobile phone numbers in Belgium usually begin with a 4 followed by 8 digits, making them 9 digits long. For example, a mobile phone number might look like 047X XXX XXX.
    • Formatting: In Belgium, phone numbers are often written with spaces to separate groups of digits for easier readability. For example, a landline number might be written as 02 XXX XX XX, and a mobile number might be written as 047X XXX XXX.
    • Special numbers: Belgium has special numbers for various services. For example, emergency numbers like 100 (medical and fire) and 101 (police) are shorter than typical phone numbers.
    • Dialing within Belgium: When dialing a local number within Belgium, you don't need to use the country code. Instead, simply dial the area code followed by the local number. For example, to call a Brussels number, you would dial 02 followed by the 6 or 7-digit local number.
    • Number portability: In Belgium, phone numbers are portable between landline and mobile networks. This means that a person can keep their phone number when they switch between service providers or from a landline to a mobile phone.

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    The history behind Belgian phone numbers

    • Pre-automation era (Before 1960s):
    • Before the advent of automated telephone exchanges, Belgium had a manual telephone system, and subscribers were identified with names or short numerical codes. Calls were connected manually by operators who used switchboards to create the necessary connections.
    • Automation and introduction of area codes (1960s):
    • As automated exchanges were introduced in Belgium during the 1960s, a more structured numbering plan became necessary. Area codes were assigned to different regions, and subscribers' numbers became longer, usually consisting of five or six digits. At this time, Belgian phone numbers began to follow the format: (0A) BBB BB BB, where A represented the area code, and B represented the subscriber's number.
    • Introduction of the closed numbering plan (1994):
    • In 1994, Belgium adopted a closed numbering plan, which meant that all phone numbers had a fixed length, including the area code. Area codes were expanded to two digits, and the total length of phone numbers increased to nine digits. The new format was: (0AA) BBB BBB.
    • National renumbering (1996):
    • In 1996, Belgium went through a national renumbering process to better organize its numbering plan and accommodate future growth. The renumbering also aimed to harmonize mobile and landline numbers.
    • The new numbering format included a zone code (0AA) for landlines and a carrier code (0AA) for mobile phones, followed by a six-digit subscriber number (BBB BBB). Landline and mobile phone numbers were distinguished by the second digit of the area or carrier code (landlines used 2, 3, 4, or 9, while mobile numbers used 4 or 7).
    • Expansion of mobile numbers (2000s):
    • Due to the rapid growth of mobile phone usage, Belgium expanded its mobile numbering plan in the 2000s, adding new carrier codes and lengthening mobile numbers to better accommodate the increasing number of subscribers.

    The FlyNumber Forum - Topics tagged Belgium

    Belgium mobile numbers and updated German coverage

    Apr 01, 2022

    For the first time, we now offer Belgium mobile numbers with incoming SMS enabled. (+32-48XXX…)

    The number can be registered by any business or person in the world. (no address restriction)

    The SMS /text messages are forwarded via email at no additional cost.

    Over a dozen new German cities were added- Nettetal, Uetersen, and Sulingen among others

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    Inbound calls "forbidden"

    Mar 24, 2022

    |[Date & Time]|[Caller ID]|[Destination Number]|[Duration]|[Status]|Reason|[Cost (USD)]|
    | — | — | — | — | — | — | — | — |
    |2022-03-24 3:56:40||61385926451||00:00:00|Fail|Forbidden|0.0000 USD|
    |2022-03-24 2:29:30||61385926451||00:00:00|Fail|Forbidden|0.0000 USD|

    Is this the same problem as in this thread: No calls routing: Forbidden ?

    My account is listed as “active”, but it actually isn’t.

    2 posts - 2 participants

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    Transfer existing number?

    Nov 30, 2013


    I live in Belgium and I would like to transfer an existing local number to your survice making it thus virtually and forwarding incoming calls to wherever I like it. Is that possible with your service?

    8 posts - 5 participants

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    Two questions about international local numbers

    Apr 02, 2015

    First, when I’m looking at the per-country rate tables, I see that there are in some cases a number of different rates depending on the prefix. Does the rate depend on the prefix of the number you are calling, or on the prefix of the FlyNumber you are calling it from?

    Second, I understand that a number of countries do not allow people to have local telephone numbers unless they are legal residents of the country. Is there some place where national or regional regulations that might limit the ability of a non-resident to get a local FlyNumber are tabulated?


    9 posts - 2 participants

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    • Stay in touch with family and friends by giving them a phone number "local to them"
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    • You "own" the Belgium phone number, you can port out if necessary
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    • Detailed call logs that you can export to CSV, we don't retain the logs past a certain point
    • Logs include multiple responses - Ok (connected), declined, timeout, internal server error, request terminated and more
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