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Here is everything you should know about Texas area codes and their applicable regions. Find out how to buy a phone number in Texas for $1 onwards. Sign up to buy a phone number right away.
Texas has 27 area codes including 9 overlays. The first area code of Texas — 214 was established by AT&T and the Bell Systems in 1947. The latest Texas area code — 726 was added in 2017. In between the first and latest area code, 18 area codes with 9 overlays have been added. Read further to know the list of all these area codes of Texas and the regions that they cover.
The table below shows all the area codes of Texas and the respective regions that they serve. The list of regions is not complete but represents large cities in Texas. On the third column is the list of overlay area codes for respective area codes.
The area code for Texas city is 210. Texas has 27 area codes including 9 overlays. Together they serve the regions including Alamo Heights, Castle Hills, Cross Mountain, Fair Oaks Ranch, Hill Country Village, Olmos Park, San Antonio, Terrell Hills.
The area code Houston is 713. It is served along with overlays 281, 346 and 832. The regions served include Alvin, Atascocita, Baytown, Channelview, Cloverleaf, Deer Park, Friendswood, Houston, La Porte, League City, Mission Bend, Missouri City, Pasadena, Pearland, Rosenberg, Spring, Sugar Land, Texas City, The Woodlands.
Dallas is served by area code 214. Additionally, there are also two overlays — 469 and 972. Along with Dallas, these area codes serve regions like Allen, Carrollton, Cedar Hill, Dallas, DeSoto, Duncanville, Farmers Branch, Flower Mound, Frisco, Garland, Irving, Lancaster, Lavon, Lewisville, McKinney, Mesquite, Richardson, Rowlett, The Colony, Travis Ranch, University Park.
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Now you know the various local area codes of Texas and the regions that they serve. But, do you know why these area codes are required in a Texas telephone number. Every country, including the United States of America has a stipulated number of digits in its phone number. Phone numbers in the United States typically consist of 11 digits — the 1-digit country code, a 3-digit area code, and a 7-digit telephone number. The 7-digit telephone number is further comprised of a 3-digit central office or exchange code and a 4-digit subscriber number. The country code of USA is +1. So, a Texas phone number would look like this:
For any business, a local presence is incomplete without a local phone number. If you have a business in Texas or are in the works of opening one, you need a business phone number with Texas area code.
A local phone number makes it easy for the business to reach out customers in the region. Also, from the customers’ point of view, it is easy to dial a local phone number for support and inquiries than an international number. That makes it imperative for your business to have a business phone number with Texas area code.
Buying a business phone number is not rocket science. You can now buy virtual phone numbers instantly without having to sweat it out. They work on a landline, mobile, IP phones, laptops, or any other hybrid devices that your business uses. The good news is you can buy Texas phone numbers for as low as $1 per month. Not just Texas, by signing up for Freshcaller you can buy virtual phone numbers for any US area codes.
Once you sign up, you can buy more than one virtual phone number from a single area code or multiple area codes of your choice. You can also purchase toll-free phone numbers and vanity phone numbers from Freshcaller. All you have to do is purchase adequate phone credits to make or receive calls as per the call rates. You can even port in your existing phone numbers and continue using them on Freshcaller.
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You can buy as many as local, toll-free and vanity numbers on Freshcaller. The cost for phone numbers starts from $1 per month and will vary depending on the country. Refer to our country-wise and number-wise call rates for inbound and outbound calls.
Freshcaller pricing has three components. First, you have to buy phone numbers by paying a nominal monthly subscription fees. You may also port-in phone numbers from your existing system. Second, you need to buy phone credits to be able to make calls. Inbound and outbound call charges will be debited to your phone credits. The final component is the license fee. Depending on the plan you choose after your free trial, the agent license fees will vary.
Not necessarily. You can always port-in the existing phone numbers to your Freshcaller account. Additional charges may be incurred depending on the port-in process. Once the port-in process is completed, the numbers will continue working as they used to in your previous phone system. Know more about our number porting service.
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