In Norway there are different types of numbers. The country has the country code +47 and the country uses local and national numbers. Message To The Moon offers several songs. You can choose which number is best for your company. If you have a number from Norway and a website, you don’t need to be physically present in the country to integrate into the market. You also save costs, such as investments in business premises, resources such as equipment, registrations, etc. The Norwegian telephone numbers of Message To The Moon forward to any desired number, anywhere in the world. So you can just be in the Netherlands and pick up the phone there when a customer calls your Norwegian number. Do you want to generate more turnover through the number? Or do you want to show that you are there for the customer with a Freephone number? This choice is entirely up to you and our specialists are standing by
The service numbers starting with the area code 800 are for the account of the recipient. With this choice, it costs the caller nothing to call this number. This Freephone phone number is not tied to a particular city or region. Because it’s free for the caller, customers like to pick up the phone to call you. A Freephone number can be used perfectly for organizations where something is sold on the basis of the call. Think, for example, of requests for quotations, donations or reservations. The permitted services that can use the freephone number are business services and customer service. The gambling, dialer and entertainment services are prohibited in Norway.
If you want to earn money from the calls, then perhaps the number that starts with the area code 820 is something for you. With these numbers, the costs of the call are charged to the caller. There are two variants, namely costs per minute or costs per call. The difference is in paying per minute or per call. If the number starts with the area code 820, costs per minute will be charged. The other number starts with 820 1 and then costs are charged per call. The costs can vary from €0.34 to €2.45 per minute and €2.44 to €19.50 per call.
Premium Rate numbers are usually used for calls that do not lead to sales. For example, you can think of support services or information numbers. The Premium Rate number gives you a professional look. Above all, this number shows that you are not linked to a region, but operate on a national level. The services allowed are business services, payments and customer services. The services games of chance, dialer, entertainment are banned in Norway and therefore cannot use a premium rate number.
Using a national number gives your company more options on a national scale. Norway’s national number begins with the area code 815 . It doesn’t matter what your primary location is, because the national numbers ensure that you have a national identity. Your customers will easily find out where you are located by looking at your contact number. This ensures a better reputation and more reliability for your company. As an added benefit, multiple locations can be accessed through one number. This is ideal if you have multiple locations. .
With a geographic number you tie your brand to a specific city or region. For example, it is possible to enter a telephone number in the area code area of, for example, Moss, Fredikstad or Alesund. This ensures that the local population has more confidence and thus clearly shows which market you want to reach. This option is intended for companies that want to indicate that they will be physically present in the country. But it is also very useful for shops that have several visiting addresses.