How does Global Call Forwarding work?
It's simple. You must first set up an account with us. To set up an account, use the above link. You must select the city and city code of your local number, or virtual number, in Australia. Using the drop-down menu on the sign-up form (where it says "Select Your New Phone Number"), you would select "Australia (+61)" in the first field and "Sydney (+61 2)" - or any other of the 200+ city locations in Australia - in the middle field. On the right hand side of the signup page, you use the pull-down menu to designate your "ring to" (or destination number) outside Australia.
Once your account has been approved and set up, the virtual number is active. Your callers in Australia dial your assigned virtual number. When dialing the virtual number, the callers are automatically connected to your mobile number or landline number wherever in the world you are located. You can divert your calls to any telephone number in the world when and as your circumstances require. You can customize your settings and route calls anywhere in the world – when, where, and how you want it. You can even divert or forward calls to a VoIP/SIP address.
Can the service be used to forward calls from my
Australia mobile phone to an international number?
Yes, absolutely. Forwarding calls from your existing phone number in Australia, whether it is a fixed land line or a mobile phone with Telstra, Optus, Vodafone (or any other provider in Australia) is simple.
You simply forward calls from your existing Australia number to the Australia virtual phone number that you have purchased from us.
When callers dial your existing phone number, calls will then forward to your virtual number - which, in turn, forwards to your destination (or "ring to") number in whatever country you may be located. There is NO delay in the call transfer. The fact that the call is being forwarded to an overseas number will be undetected by the person calling your number. In fact, we can even disguise the ring tone so that it sounds like the Australia "double" ring tone.
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The ability to forward calls from an Australia mobile number to any international number is an especially popular feature for our business travelers from Australia who wish to avoid unnecessary roaming fees.
Manage "ring to" number online
You have complete control via online account management as to "where" your virtual number will ring. You can easily change your "ring to" number via the web, 24/7. You simply login your account and change the destination number to any other landline or mobile phone number - in real time. You can also configure your Australia virtual phone number to ring simultaneously as well as sequentially on as many numbers as you want. These numbers can be forwarded to office phones, home landlines, cell phones, and even satellite phones.
How is the Audio Quality?
Our Global Call Forwarding partner has 20+ plus years of experience has resulted in close partnerships with reputable service providers around the globe. Through this experience and by developing a proprietary service platform, we are able to provide the highest service quality and reliability to our customers. You can expect excellent audio quality.
We also offer 24/7 service support alongside an ever-evolving online service portal that gives our customers the power to manage their service lines and configure advanced features at the click of a button.
Establish a business presence in AustraliaSetting up a virtual phone number in Australia allows you to establish a business presence there without having a physical location. If your company has clients and prospective customers located in Sydney, Melbourne, Perth, Brisbane, Canberra or elsewhere in Australia, these clients can call you just as though they were making a local call as opposed to an international call. We can help your business grow faster. Furthermore, one of the benefits of having a local call forwarding number in Australia is that the number is accessible from virtually any country, as opposed to toll free number in Australia (which is likely not accessible from outside Australia).
Clients in Australia more likely to call a local
number than to make an international call
It’s a simple fact that clients in Sydney, Melbourne or elsewhere in Australia are more likely to dial a local number than making an international call. Having a local number in Australia not only gives you the business presence there, but it also indicates that you are serious about doing business.
Five Great Plans from which to Choose|
recognize that our clients have varying needs in terms of usage
levels. Some customers require a local or virtual number for contact
purposes only - but do not anticipate significant usage in terms of
incoming minutes on a monthly basis. Other customers anticipate heavy
volume coming into their local or virtual number, and seek to maximize
have created five different rate plans from which to choose, each of
which is designed to meet the anticipated usage levels of our valued
RollOver Option - accumulate
unused plan minutes for future use
Choose your own Toll Free or Local number from a list
Voice Mail Option - voice messages sent to your email address
Time of Day Routing - redirect calls based on time of day to different numbers
Simultaneous Call Processing - accepts multiple calls with no busy signals
Customized Greeting - record a custom greeting free of charge
Fax Forwarding - faxes automatically emailed to you as an image file
Local Ring Tones - control the ring tone your callers will hear with 40 choices
Caller ID - Know what phone number is calling.
No fees for busy or incomplete calls
What does the caller pay?
Your caller in Australia is responsible for local charges assessed by their local telecom provider for dialing your virtual or local phone number. If your caller is calling from outside Australia, he/she will incur whatever charges their long distance provider assesses for making an international call to Australia.
If you opt for getting an Australia toll free number, the caller pays nothing since this call is toll free from anywhere in Australia.
What does the account holder pay?
As the account holder, you pay the rate of forwarding the call from your virtual phone number in Australia to your "ring to" telephone number in wherever in the world you may be located. Your rate depends on the plan (i.e., Basic, Value, Power, Premium or Enterprise) that you select (see below). Your "ring to" number may be a fixed land line or a mobile phone, and you may change it to another number anywhere else in the world via online account management.
Virtual numbers available in other countries, as well|
In addition to offering forwarding calls from Australia, we can also forward your calls via virtual numbers and toll free numbers in over 140 countries across the globe. If you require an international call forwarding solution from other countries, we can help.
Exceptional Customer Service
We pride ourselves on providing excellent customer service. You can depend on individual attention from highly trained and qualified professionals.
Please do not hesitate to contact us. Just click here to fill out our contact form, and let us know any questions you may have re. international call forwarding.
Forward Calls from an Australia Virtual Number
- International Call Forwarding -
5910 Post Blvd., # 110662
Bradenton, FL 34211
800-218-5896 US Toll Free