Local Chile Phone Numbers


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Prefixes in Santiago and Antofagasta among others - $5.95 per month


  • Choose from 25 different local Chile prefixes
  • "Santiago SMS" (56-62) are $17.95 per month while Chile mobile (56-9) are $8.95
  • Incoming and outgoing phone calls using any device or software with your Chilean phone number
  • Manage Chile business calls with a robust cloud PBX
  • Use VoIP to answer calls and it's unlimited incoming minutes
  • Our "Santiago SMS" (56-62) and Chile mobile (56-9) numbers support SMS
  • No special requirements to obtain a Chile phone number

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Chile Phone Number / VoIP FAQ's

What is a Chilean virtual phone number?

A Chilean virtual phone number is a telephone number that is associated with the Chilean dialing code but can be used to receive calls from anywhere in the world. This service is particularly useful for businesses and individuals who want to establish a local presence in Chile without physically being there. For a monthly fee of $2.95 USD, you can have a Chile-based number that forwards calls to your current location, regardless of where that might be. This service is not only cost-effective but also offers the convenience of maintaining a single, consistent contact number while operating globally.

How can I record calls with my Chilean virtual phone number?

With our cloud phone system, you can utilize the Call Recorder module to record calls, including those made via SIP Account and External Line contact methods. The recorded calls can be sent to a specified email address, a file server, or a third-party cloud account. This feature can be very useful for businesses for quality control or legal purposes. However, it's important to check local laws in Chile regarding call recording.

Can I set up an Interactive Voice Response (IVR) system with my Chilean virtual phone number?

Yes, our cloud PBX allows you to set up an IVR system, also known as a call menu. This system allows callers to interact with your phone system via the telephone keypad, directing them to various destinations based on their keypress choices. You can learn more about how to configure your call flow in an effortless and fun way in our blog post.

How can I manage my business hours with my Chilean virtual phone number?

Our cloud phone system includes a feature called time-based routing. This allows you to route calls based on the time of day, so you could send calls to voicemail after hours or route calls to a different person on weekends. This can be particularly useful for managing incoming calls according to your business hours in Chile.

How can I ensure the security of my VoIP calls with a Chilean virtual phone number?

VoIP security is a crucial aspect to consider when using virtual phone numbers. There are several strategies to secure your VoIP calls, including using strong passwords, encrypting calls, and regularly updating your software. For a more detailed discussion on VoIP security, you can read our blog post on Understanding and Combating SIP-based VoIP Abuse.

What are the benefits of using a Chilean virtual phone number for my business?

Using a Chilean virtual phone number can offer a multitude of advantages for businesses, particularly those with a customer base in Chile. It enables your business to establish a local presence, which can enhance customer trust and engagement. Additionally, our cloud phone system provides a range of features that allow you to manage your calls more effectively. For more insights on the benefits of virtual phone numbers, you can check out our blog post on Why Aren't More Entrepreneurs Using SIP?.

How can I customize the incoming caller ID with my Chilean virtual phone number?

One of the standout features of our cloud PBX is the ability to edit the caller-ID for the phone receiving the FlyNumber calls. This comes in handy when you need to distinguish between calls coming in from different phone numbers. For more information on this feature, you can read our blog post on how to customize incoming caller ID .

What are the differences between Chilean local, national, and mobile numbers?

Chilean local numbers are associated with specific geographic areas such as Santiago, Valparaiso, and Concepcion. When setting up a local Chile virtual phone number, a physical address in the same area where you're setting up your FlyNumber is required.

National Chile numbers are not tied to a specific geographic area and can be used anywhere within Chile. A physical address anywhere in Chile is required when setting up a national Chile number.

Chilean mobile numbers are not tied to a specific geographic area and can be used anywhere in the world. When setting up a mobile Chile number, a copy of your passport or ID, your address (which can be anywhere in the world), and a proof of address form (which can be a copy of a utility bill no older than 6 months) are required.

What happens if I lose my Chilean phone number and how do I get it back?

Losing your Chilean phone number can feel like losing a part of your identity. However, it's not always a one-way trip. With the right steps and a bit of persistence, you can often reclaim your lost number.

The first step is to reach out to your service provider. They may be able to restore your number, especially if the loss was due to a billing issue or a mistake on their part.

If your number is still available but with a different carrier, you can port and park your number. This involves transferring your number to a different service provider and keeping it active there.

If you lost your SIM card, you could get a replacement SIM from your carrier. In most cases, your carrier can assign your old number to the new SIM card.

In cases of illegal porting or fraud, you might need to take legal action. Contact your local law enforcement and report the incident. They can guide you through the necessary steps to reclaim your number and protect your identity.

For more detailed information, you can read our blog post on what happens when your phone number goes MIA and how to get it back.


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Every Chile Phone Number Comes with Three Core Options


  • 1. Route your Chile FlyNumber to any standard phone number
  • This is a fundamental FlyNumber feature that can be updated "on the fly" (pun intended) via your panel
  • There's no need for a PBX or phone system with this option
  • Whenever our system has to route calls to a standard phone number, a minimal per minute rate applies
  • Learn more about call forwarding

  • 2. Pair the FlyNumber with our cloud-based PBX
  • This is an optional feature. You can always revert to one of the other core options (1. Standard Phone or 3. Voip/SIP)
  • The cost is $14.95 a month, in addition to the price of the Chile phone number (displayed at the top of the page)
  • If you route to a standard phone number and/or make outgoing calls, a per minute rate is applicable
  • Features include IVR/Voice Menu, Call Recording, On-Hold/Queue, Time-based routing, SIP Accounts, Voicemail, and more
  • The PBX significantly enhances the core features (1. and 3.)
  • You can use the PBX to make outgoing calls with your virtual phone number
  • Learn more about the phone system

  • 3. Directly link the Chile virtual phone number to VoIP
  • This is a fundamental FlyNumber feature - link the Chile phone number to any SIP address (URI/host)
  • No PBX involved | Instantly update settings | Detailed logs (including failed attempts)
  • Using the SIP protocol (VoIP) may be the most efficient way to handle calls, as it involves the least number of "hops"
  • Your Chile FlyNumber is compatible with 3CX, Asterisk, FreePBX, FreeSwitch, and other VoIP solutions
  • There are no extra charges for receiving calls this way - Unlimited incoming minutes
  • Link your Chile DID phone number to one of our "easy setup" voip providers
  • Each FlyNumber includes 2 incoming channels (with the option to purchase more in the near future)
  • Learn more about using VoIP


Buy a Chile 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)

3.) Configuration Options


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Here are some popular cities we cover in Chile

  • Arica, known for its eternal spring climate, is an ideal location to manage your business calls with FlyNumber’s flexible routing options.
  • Iquique, a coastal city known for its duty-free commercial zone, offers strategic communication advantages with FlyNumber's flexible call forwarding and cloud PBX services.
  • Explore Rancagua, a city rich in history and culture, by connecting locally with a FlyNumber that routes calls to any mobile or landline worldwide.
  • Explore Valdivia, a city rich in history and culture, while managing your business communications effectively with FlyNumber's flexible call forwarding and VoIP services.
  • Osorno, a city known for its rich agricultural heritage, offers robust opportunities for businesses using FlyNumber's flexible call forwarding and cloud PBVX services.

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Chile Phone Number Porting


  • Transitioning your service to FlyNumber is a smooth process. You can port your existing Chilean local, national, mobile, or toll-free numbers to us, or if you're looking for a fresh start, you can sign up for a new number. The porting process typically takes between 7-14 days. Here's what you need to do:
  • Local Number:
  • 1.) You'll need a copy of your ID or Passport, a utility bill (electricity, water) that is no older than 3 months, and the most recent invoice from your current provider, which includes your account number.
  • 2.) FlyNumber will provide a Letter of Authorization (LOA) form, which gives us the go-ahead to port your number. Make sure to fill it out completely.
  • 3.) Provide the name, surname, and phone number of a designated contact person for the duration of the porting process. This allows us to keep you informed and swiftly address any potential issues.
  • 4.) The address should be in the same area as the number(s) to be ported.
  • National Number:
  • 1.) You'll need a copy of your ID or Passport, a utility bill (electricity, water) that is no older than 3 months, and the most recent invoice from your current provider, which includes your account number.
  • 2.) FlyNumber will provide a Letter of Authorization (LOA) form, which gives us the go-ahead to port your number. Make sure to fill it out completely.
  • 3.) Provide the name, surname, and phone number of a designated contact person for the duration of the porting process. This allows us to keep you informed and swiftly address any potential issues.
  • 4.) The address should be anywhere in Chile.
  • Mobile Number:
  • 1.) You'll need a copy of your ID or Passport, a utility bill (electricity, water) that is no older than 3 months, and the most recent invoice from your current provider, which includes your account number. You'll also need to provide your RUN / RUT identification number, a 4-digit CAP code (for prepaid customers), an account screenshot (for prepaid customers), an electronic certificate for local VAT (e-Rut), and a Power of Attorney certificate from the local commercial register.
  • 2.) FlyNumber will provide a Letter of Authorization (LOA) form, which gives us the go-ahead to port your number. Make sure to fill it out completely.
  • 3.) Provide the name, surname, and phone number of a designated contact person for the duration of the porting process. This allows us to keep you informed and swiftly address any potential issues.
  • 4.) The address should be anywhere in Chile.
  • Toll-Free Number:
  • 1.) You'll need a copy of your ID or Passport, a utility bill (electricity, water) that is no older than 3 months, and the most recent invoice from your current provider, which includes your account number.
  • 2.) FlyNumber will provide a Letter of Authorization (LOA) form, which gives us the go-ahead to port your number. Make sure to fill it out completely.
  • 3.) Provide the name, surname, and phone number of a designated contact person for the duration of the porting process. This allows us to keep you informed and swiftly address any potential issues.
  • To kick off the process, please order a FlyNumber in the Chilean city where you plan to port a number. If your preferred city isn't available, choose the closest one. We'll replace the number as needed.
  • If you have any questions or need help with this process, don't hesitate to get in touch. We're committed to making your transition to FlyNumber as smooth as possible. Welcome aboard!

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Technical info on Chilean phone numbers


  • Country code:
  • The country code for Chile is +56. This code must be dialed when calling from outside the country. For example, when calling from the United States, you would dial 011 (the exit code) followed by 56 (the country code for Chile).
  • Area codes:
  • Chilean area codes, also known as "city codes," are typically 1-2 digits long and represent a specific geographic region within the country. These codes must be used when dialing from another region within Chile or when calling from abroad. Some examples of area codes include:
  • Santiago: 2
  • Valparaíso: 32
  • Concepción: 41
  • Temuco: 45
  • Local numbers:
  • Chilean local phone numbers are generally 7-8 digits long. When calling within the same area code, you can simply dial the local number. However, if you are calling from a different area code or from abroad, you must include the area code as well.
  • Mobile numbers:
  • Mobile phone numbers in Chile generally start with the digits '9' and are 8 digits long. When calling a mobile number from abroad, you should dial the country code followed by the mobile number. For example: +56 9 XXXX XXXX.
  • Dialing format:
  • Local calls (within the same area code): Local number (7-8 digits)
  • Domestic long-distance calls: Area code + Local number (1-2 digits + 7-8 digits)
  • International calls to Chile: Exit code + Country code + Area code + Local number (Example for the US: 011 + 56 + Area code + Local number)
  • Emergency numbers:
  • *Contact us directly for emergency service capability on your Chile FlyNumber, additional fee's apply.
  • 133: Police (Carabineros)
  • 131: Ambulance (SAMU)
  • 132: Firefighters (Bomberos)

Entrepreneurs

  • Wasn't the internet supposed to make phone calls more affordable?
  • FlyNumber works great if you just launched a start-up and you're on a shoestring budget
  • Is your business already off the ground but you'd rather not spend hundreds of dollars a month on phone service?
  • We come from a "mom and pop" type background, rooted in the international diversity that is NYC. We understand business.
  • Buy multiple international local phone numbers and manage them all from your FlyNumber account

Family and friends

  • Stay in touch with family and friends by giving them a phone number "local to them"
  • For example you have friends or family in the U.S. but now live elsewhere, you can give them a US FlyNumber that forwards directly to your smartphone
  • Great for expats that want to stay in touch with friends and family from their hometown
  • Give family members who aren't tech-savvy an easy way to reach you no matter where you are
  • Grandma or Grandpa would love a simple local phone number they can dial that connects them to their loved ones

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Why choose FlyNumber?

  • You "own" the Chile phone number, you can port out if necessary
  • No obligations | Cancel anytime | Never any hidden fee's | No contracts
  • You're billed based on the phone number, not users or agents
  • 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
  • Set a credit card/Paypal for recurring billing or add funds manually to your prepaid balance
  • Easily add multiple phone numbers to your account
  • Starting at $2.95 a month for U.S numbers as well as Canada, the U.K. and others

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* If you use an app (ie VoIP), it's unlimited incoming using this method.