Definition of Vanity Numbers

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Vanity numbers also known as phone words are alphanumeric equivalents of a telephone number.  A vanity phone number is a number that spells a particular word or phrase, usually a word or phrase that is related with that business product or service.

Vanity toll free number is a magical combination of letters and numbers that describes company name or business.  Such combination is easy to remember over random telephone numbers. Customers recognize vanity 800 numbers more as compared to a numeric phone number.

Vanity numbers are available with call screening, call recording, call forwarding, call tracking and auto attending of calls. These features act as a direct response tools allowing businesses to verify where their incoming call traffic is coming from.

Vanity 800 number helps in building company’s brand recognition. Due to increased memorability vanity numbers are most preferred by big business. In some cases high profile people and business tycoons also use vanity numbers because of the classy effect and luxurious element present in these numbers.

800, 888, 877, 866, and 855 toll free exchanges provide a number according to company’s need. These are very popular toll free numbers used in United States. Vanity numbers are toll free to the callers and are usually charged to the owner of the number. Vanity 800 numbers are easy to reach into the masses and are proven to increase response rates by 30-60%.

The most important benefit of vanity numbers is that they are cost effective business tools helping businesses directly or indirectly in increasing their sales and profit.

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