V Telecom makes getting a 13 phone number easier!

If you are looking for the cheapest 13 numbers Australia wide, then you have come to the right place. At V Telecom, we have many available 13 numbers so you can select one that best suits your business, perhaps even incorporating a phone word for easy recognition. These numbers have only 6 digits which make them easy to remember. Similar to 1300 numbers, callers are charged only a local call charge when they call this number from anywhere in Australia.

  • A 13 number is shorter than a regular telephone number
    it is 13 followed by only 4 digits.
  • A 13 number is a virtual, inbound number that functions like a 1300 number.
  • The main difference is that 13 numbers has an additional annual government surcharge.
  • Easy and convenient in remembering a 6-digit number than a 10-digit number
  • Creates a professional and customer friendly impression :A 13 number creates the impression that your business is a professional and a customer-friendly company with a nationwide presence.
  • Effective Marketing: Track results and gauge the effectiveness of the promotional campaign with a 13 number in your advertisements and promotions
  • Portable and Flexible: Keep the same number when you change office locations or expand the business

Our 13 phone numbers are also compatible with our live answering service, which is great for business owners who are not able to answer their phones all hours of the day. Rather than miss a call when you are on the job or away from your phone, our staff will answer and notify you of any messages or enquiries. If you buy a 13 number, you can also have our speech recognition service activated, which is great if you need a more cost effective way to answer calls when you are unavailable.

If you are looking for a company that can provide Australian 13 numbers, be sure to contact us today with any questions or queries you might have.

What is the difference between copper wire technology and VOIP?

The main difference is the mode of transmission of between a calling point and an answering point.

In copper wire technology, calls are relayed using dedicated copper wire lines which ensure a point-to-
point reliability. In VOIP (Voice Over Internet Protocol), also known as Internet Telephony, the mode of
conveying the call is achieved by converting the analogue sound signals from the caller to digital and
conveying them over the internet and rec-converting them back on the receiving end into sound.

Though generally the difference between VOIP and copper wire is not noticeable, there can be a
disparity in the quality of the service. Though copper wire technology is more expensive, it is also
generally considered more reliable than VOIP and prevents call-drops and time-delay in relaying signals
which are usually associated with VOIP.