Get a Maryland local phone number

Start making headway with your business by getting a local Maryland business phone number. Pricing for Maryland phone numbers from OpenPhone starts at $15 a month per user.

Maryland Area Codes

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Why do startups and small businesses need a Maryland phone number? Discover why companies like yours are getting numbers in Little America.

Trustworthy Maryland numbers take you further

Encourage Maryland residents to answer your messages with highly familiar area codes. If they know you’re calling from their state, they can see you as a neighbor and community member — and likely pick up the phone. You can use your device of choice to add numbers directly to your commercial account. Should your business need multiple telephone numbers from multiple locations, OpenPhone offers Canadian, American, and North American toll-free numbers.

Chat with local Maryland clients using any device

Use the OpenPhone app on your Android, iOS, browser, or desktop app to contact Maryland clients from across the globe. Calling and texting to any US or Canadian number is free. You can make international calls and texts at any time for an affordable set rate. Plus, OpenPhone’s VoIP system lets you avoid stagnant landline calls and rely on mobile apps to keep your communications both dynamic and flexible.

Manage incoming calls with shared Maryland numbers

OpenPhone equips your team members to work together with a shared local number in Maryland. Synced contacts also keep your team on the same page. Your entire team can even save time and reduce bottlenecks with mentions, threads, and snippet FAQs. Free up more time and create consistent customer touchpoints with help from OpenPhone. As your team grows and individual members specialize further, assign numbers to specific team members.

Look professional with local Maryland area codes

Engage Maryland customers with a professional number on their caller ID that originates right in their backyard. OpenPhone’s business features are perfect for making you look as professional as your bigger competitors. You can enhance client perception of your brand with personalized voicemails and call forwarding functions that are sure to impress.
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Another way to help facilitate your business's success in this state is to use local numers.

With a local Maryland phone number, you can effectively get in front of the right people and establish a solid foothold in this state.

What Maryland local area code numbers are available?

With OpenPhone, you can sign up for as many Maryland phone numbers as you want. Local numbers in the US and Canada are also available, as well as toll-free numbers in North America. Get as many as necessary to give yourself a local presence in different markets.

what area code numbers are available

These Maryland local area codes are perfect for businesses of any size:

CodeArea Served
227This area code covers Cumberland, Hagerstown, and Frederick.
240Bowie and Gaithersburg are two of the most popular cities under this code.
301Covering most of Western Maryland, this code includes Germantown, Silver Spring, Waldorf, Frederick, and Rockville.
410The five largest cities in the 410 are Annapolis, Bel Air, Essex, Randallstown, and Pikesville.
443Eastern cities such as Columbia, Glen Burnie, Ellicott City, and Dundalk fall under this area code.
667This area code is the newest overlay area code for the Baltimore metro area.

Port an existing
Maryland number.
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Already have an Maryland phone number you want to use with OpenPhone? Submit your porting request through the OpenPhone app. You can also port any other US, Canadian, or North American toll-free number to your OpenPhone Account.

How to get a Maryland number

Enter your email address or sign in with your Google account.
Then search by city or area code to select a specific local number.
Verify your account via credit card (you won't be charged until your trial ends, cancel anytime)
Use the OpenPhone browser, desktop, or mobile app.
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Why your small business needs a Maryland phone number

Just miles away from the American capital city, Maryland has the 13th largest real estate market in the United States. The Free State also boasts a healthy economy for professional and business services, generating nearly $60 billion per year. Education, social services, and healthcare closely follow the information technology industry, as evidenced by Maryland's nearby aerospace, defense, and NASA branches.

Bordered by the Chesapeake Bay in the West, Little America currently produces more than half of the nation's total supply of blue crabs, along with a steady supply of seafood from the commercial fishing industry. Now more than ever, having a local Maryland phone number is essential to any startup or small business.

Many newer companies take advantage of statewide accelerators and incubators to help their ideas flourish in the competitive market.

A few of the most popular Maryland incubators and accelerators are:

    • Emerging Technology Centers (ETC) - The ETC at Baltimore is a coworking space designed to accommodate a wide variety of industries. Current members enjoy access to team coaches as well as HUBzone designated building spaces by the U.S. Small Business Administration. An on-site gym and public Slack channel provide opportunities for entrepreneurs to connect with like-minded individuals.
    • FastForward - As an offshoot of the John Hopkins Medical Center, FastForward is an incubator program for startups in biomedical engineering, drug development, and nanotechnology. Funding opportunities and member resources are available to all successful applicants. Sponsorships and turnkey business solutions are an option for well-established enterprises.
    • bwtech@UMBC - Three industries are served by the incubation programs at bwtech: cybersecurity, biology tech, and govtech. Facilities currently include 40,000 square feet of wet lab space, private offices, and on-site catering. Applicants do not need to be UMBC students to apply, although they also retain access to other UMBC resources, including student interns.

    Why you should sign up for a Maryland number through OpenPhone

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    Get started in minutes

    Call and text from any computer or smart device without needing to buy extra hardware.

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    Save on all your communications

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    Collaborate and share access

    Share your number with teammates to send and receive calls and texts from that number.

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    Stay aligned

    All calls, texts, and voicemail are in a single view so it's easy to catch up conversations.

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    Automatically send texts

    Respond back faster to your business contacts and automate routine text messages with auto-replies, snippets, and more.

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    Business love OpenPhone

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    Get your Maryland phone number with OpenPhone

    Virtual phone numbers provide a local presence that helps your business stand far above the competition. It's easy to get a Maryland business phone number with help from OpenPhone. You can purchase an unlimited amount of numbers with unlimited calling and texting in the Old Line State. Retire your outdated business phone service and switch to virtual phone numbers led by local area codes.

    OpenPhone's free 7 day trial is all you need to get started.

    Frequently asked questions about local numbers

    How do I get a local Maryland phone number?
    Can you buy a local Maryland phone number?
    What are the Maryland local area codes?
    Can I forward calls from my Maryland phone number elsewhere?
    How many Maryland phone numbers can I have?
    Can I port my existing Maryland number to OpenPhone?

    List of all area codes in Maryland

    Just a piece of advice. I used my personal cell number as the company number and I still regret it a decade later (I get so many stupid calls). Don’t do what I did. I wish I had a service like this 10 years ago!

    Michael Seibel
    CEO at Y Combinator

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