Inbound Network Description


Both 1300 numbers and 1800 numbers are described as inbound services hosted on an inbound network. Other networks include outbound, mobile, satellite, Voip etc.

Virtual Inbound Numbers


Both 1300 numbers and 1800 numbers are described as Virtual Inbound Numbers because they 'piggy-back' other network services such as landline, mobile, Voip, Voice2Email, Fax2Email, Live Answer etc.

The Real Difference


1300 Number Advantages:
  1. Most widely recognised number service in Australia.
  2. Cost of a local call to anywhere across Australia.
  3. No software or hardware required.
  4. Wide variety of hosting plans to suit start-up businesses through to corporate customers.

3 Types 0f 1300 Numbers


  • 1300 Lucky Dip Numbers™: These are standard generic type 1300 numbers owned by the Australian Communications and Media Authority (ACMA) and issued to Telecommunication Providers. A 1300 Lucky Dip Number™ contains a random mix of 6 numbers after the “1300″. You can view our list of currently available 1300 Lucky Dip Numbers™ by clicking here

  • 1300 Flash Numbers™: These are easy recall 1300 numbers known as Flash Numbers™. Flash Numbers™ are a combination of sequential numbers or double and triples digits. You can view our list of currently available 1300 Flash Numbers™ by clicking here.

  • 1300 PhoneWords: These are 1300 numbers that form words but can have serious "over-dial" issues. For more information about "over-dial" issues visit Australian Communication Media Authority's Fact Sheet: What is 'overdialling' and why can it be a problem?.

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