725 area code - Get a Las Vegas, Nevada local phone number

Getting a business phone number in area code 725 is easy with OpenPhone. You can pick a number, add it to your existing cell phone, and call from anywhere you have a WiFi connection. With a virtual phone system like OpenPhone, you can make and receive calls from a smartphone, tablet, or computer. It’s simple to differentiate personal from customer calls and you don’t need to be in area code 725 to establish a professional presence in the region with customers. There’s no need for extra hardware, a new phone, or a contract.

Pricing for a 725 number starts at just $15 per user per month with OpenPhone.

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Having a local number gives you a leg up on the national competition. You can instantly be part of the community here in Nevada. Many people are more likely to pick up a phone call from an area code they recognize.

You can connect with customers in area code 725’s major city, Las Vegas, Nevada, with a population of 641,903. The area code also covers almost all of Clark County, including all of the Las Vegas Valley, including Henderson, North Las Vegas, and Boulder City.

With an increasing demand for new phone numbers, area code 725 is an overlay of area code 702. These area codes cover the Clark County.

There are lots of area codes in close range, like 442/760 (Oceanside, CA), 775 (Reno, NV), and 928 (Yuma, AZ).

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Use local numbers to help your business succeed.

With a local 725 phone number, you can effectively get in front of the right people and establish a foothold in the Las Vegas, NV area.

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area code 725

Looking to get a lay of the land on the economic landscape of Nevada before you get an area code 725 business phone number? Here are a few key facts to keep in mind:

Area code 725 is in the Pacific Standard Time. In this corner of Nevada, you’ll find the area code’s biggest city, Las Vegas, in Clark County.

Clark County has an unemployment rate of 14.7% and a mean household income of $81,840. The population within Las Vegas’s city limits increased by 0.24% from 2019 to 2020.

Many in Las Vegas have recently started businesses. During the same period, the number of new business applications in Las Vegas rose a whopping 27%. Their prospects are optimistic since Nevada’s startup survival rate is 77.80%. Sure, many entrepreneurs here are diving into the future of work in new and innovative ways. But there are also big players established in this large city.

Las Vegas also ranked 7 for the most connected cities in America, showing it's a prime place to build a local presence within.

The top ten employers in Las Vegas, NV are Clark County School District, MGM Resorts International, United States Air Force, Wynn Las Vegas, Caesars Entertainment Corporation, Caesars Entertainment Corporation, The Venetian I The Palazzo, Resort Hotel & Casino I Las Vegas Sands Corp., Amazon, MGM Grand Hotel & Casino Las Vegas, Clark County.

They represent some of the significant sectors of the area. According to census.gov, Las Vegas’s most powerful industries are:
  • Arts, entertainment, and recreation, and accommodation and food services
  • Educational services, and health care and social assistance
  • Professional, scientific, and management, and administrative and waste management services

Connect with your customer base. In area code 725, it’s as easy as starting a free, seven-day trial of OpenPhone. You can choose a 725 phone number instantly, call and text with your new number and confirm that OpenPhone is a great fit for your business.

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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Whether you're looking for a local Las Vegas or North American toll-free number,
getting started is simple.

See which specific 725 phone numbers are available and claim your own Las Vegas, NV number by signing up for a free trial. Here’s how it works: using our service, you can easily set up your local phone number without the need to install any additional hardware. Easily download and install our app, and find the right numbers for your business.

How to get a 725 phone number


Enter your email address or sign in with your Google account.


Then search by city (Las Vegas, NV) or area code (725) 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 app or download the desktop apps or mobile apps.

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Why do businesses sign up for a virtual 725 number with OpenPhone
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Flexible calls from anywhere

OpenPhone lets you get a new business phone number in area code 725. 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.

Frequently asked questions about local numbers

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