Most business today is global — thanks to a host of new online tools, businesses are no longer restricted to selling products and services within their own borders.

But a website isn't enough; customers still need to be able to call businesses directly — from wherever they are.

The problem is that each country has its own dialing format and calling complex international phone numbers can be intimidating and expensive.

The answer is a dedicated local phone number in the target country that is familiar to the resident population.

"How can TFF help break down the barriers to international trade?"

TollFreeForwarding.com allows businesses to instantly activate a dedicated local phone number in virtually any country ... to ring on any phone in the world ... yet be a seamless experience to the caller, as if it were an ordinary local call. We make it simple for businesses to connect with their customers, no matter where they are.

For example, say a business based in Chicago wants to sell to customers in Australia.

Using TollFreeForwarding.com, they are able to instantly activate a new Australian phone number for their customers there to use.

All calls from that Australian phone number are forwarded directly to the office back in Chicago — or any other phone number, including a cell phone.

For the customer, it's a seamless, local, calling experience.

--About TollFreeForwarding.com--
With more than 20,000 customers in over 200 countries, TollFreeForwarding.com is the number one provider of international virtual phone numbers and international call forwarding services in the world. Founded in 2002, TollFreeForwarding.com is a technology-driven, international telecommunications provider based in Los Angeles, California. TollFreeForwarding.com leverages "best of breed" technology to empower businesses with state-of-the-art capabilities and services—which is why clients from our first month of operations are still using the service today, ten years later.

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