678 area code - Get a Atlanta, Georgia local phone number

You can get a business phone number in area code 678 and start calling from Atlanta faster than it takes to pour yourself a sweet tea. With OpenPhone, you can call and text from a device you already have; no new equipment required. You can build a presence in Atlanta, appear local to customers, and set up a suite of simple business customizations like multiple voice messages, text snippets, call forwarding, texting, and inviting teams to your number. Get a 678 phone number using OpenPhone, and you can use your new number from anywhere via WiFi.

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It’s not hard to grow your business in the burgeoning, friendly Queen of the South, Atlanta. After all, Atlanta’s expanding population is making it one of the fastest-growing large cities in the country. Here’s a general overview of area code 678, including a few key statistics:


Area code 678 covers the Atlanta metro area. It overlays with area codes 470 and 943 to cover this large metro area. One of the inner-loop area codes covering the urban core, area code 678, includes many neighborhoods of Atlanta.


The current population of Atlanta is 498,715. That’s on the rise and has been for over a decade. Atlanta is drawing new people from all over the South and beyond — but you could probably already sense that if you’ve ever sat in traffic on the perimeter loop.


This area code touches 29 total counties. That includes some notable counties such as Fulton, GA, Gwinnett, GA, DeKalb, GA, Cobb, GA, Clayton, GA, Cherokee, GA, Henry, GA, Hall, GA, Forsyth, GA, and Paulding, GA.


Close to Atlanta, you can find nearby area codes like 256/938 (Huntsville, AL), 334 (Montgomery, AL), 404 (Atlanta, GA), 478 (Macon, GA), 706/762 (Augusta, GA), and 770 (Roswell, GA).


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With a local 678 phone number, you can effectively get in front of the right people and establish a foothold in the Atlanta, GA area.

Area code 678 helps lead Atlanta’s economic fever

Forgive us for having no better way to describe the economic power of Atlanta than “hot.” This Eastern Standard Time city has catapulted itself to the top in new business starts, with new business applications up 55% from 2019 to 2020. That’s a lot of new businesses serving Georgia’s eager population. And many are becoming successful since the state of Georgia’s startup survival rate is 76.50% — they also help lift Georgia’s household mean income to $111,013.


While the population increase in Atlanta’s urban core hasn’t risen much recently, just .19% from 2019 to 2020, the greater Atlanta area continues to grow fast. These three top industries anchor the metro area:

Professional, scientific, and management, and administrative and waste management services
Educational services, and health care and social assistance
Finance and insurance, and real estate and rental and leasing

Along with large employers, the strength of these crucial industries has kept the unemployment rate in Atlanta’s Fulton County to 8%. Top employers in the city are: Delta Air Lines, The Home Depot, AT&T, Gwinnett County Public Schools, Wellstar Health System, Centers For Disease Control And Prevention, Emory Healthcare, Walmart, Northside Hospital, and UPS.

Are you thinking of starting a business in ATL? You can join a substantial influx of folks looking to root for the Falcons and embrace southern hospitality. You might build on strengths in shipping, logistics, and transportation (with one of the most connected airports and easy access to the East Coast) or strike out in a new industry, serving a growing population. Either way, Atlanta is lucky to add to its business power.

You can own a new business phone number in area code 678 and contact customers in central Atlanta today. Pick a 678 number and start calling and texting in OpenPhone by signing up for a seven-day free trial.

Try out calling and texting with an area code tied to this flourishing region and confirm OpenPhone is a great fit for your business by starting a free seven-day trial of OpenPhone.

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Then search by city (Atlanta, GA) or area code (678) to select a specific local number.

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Why do businesses sign up for a virtual 678 number with OpenPhone
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Flexible calls from anywhere

OpenPhone lets you get a new business phone number in area code 678. You can even port over your existing number with no service interruptions. Use your number on any cell phone, tablet, or computer using OpenPhone, the #1 rated business phone platform on G2. There’s an app for all your favorite devices so your conversations — and contacts — always stay in one place.

Make and receive calls from across the state or around the world. An OpenPhone business number travels with you wherever you have an internet connection. Best of all, you can use your phone number from anywhere to call anyone in the US or Canada without any long-distance charges. Calls to other countries are just a fraction of what you’d pay with a traditional carrier.

You can also have different numbers for departments, teammates, and locations. If you need a new number, it takes just seconds to activate and assign unique numbers to someone on your team. There are no waiting periods, no trips to the store, and no contracts to sign.

Streamline all your phone communication

OpenPhone’s modern business phone platform comes packed with features that make looking professional effortless. Start by easily adding a phone menu, caller ID, and away voicemail greeting.

Respond to customers easier when you save go-to message templates as snippets. Stop typing the same responses over and over again, and give your customers reliable answers faster.
You can even automatically send out a text message to missed or after-hours calls. There are so many creative ways to use automatic messaging. Harness your newfound powers to nurture leads or promote sales when you can’t answer business calls.
While you’re at it, get your team aligned, too. You can start by working together off a shared number where your team can split responsibility for incoming calls and messages to your business number. That way, no important calls go unanswered and your team stays on the same page.

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Decide which numbers to share with team members. Share the main business number with your entire team or share it with your assistant so after-hours calls get answered. Create departments for small groups. Then everyone can collaborate on any external communication through internal threads. You can even offer direct lines for your employees, too.


Most importantly, your team can quickly catch up on any conversation. Anyone with access to your a shared number inbox can see all voicemails, call history, and text messaging in a single view for every contact.


With your OpenPhone number, you have complete control over your business calls. Know which calls are business and which are personal. Your private number stays private — and when you’re off the clock, you can mute notifications for business calls.


OpenPhone’s flexible suite of features means you’re open for business from any device, anywhere.


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