Your small business can have a New York phone number without buying a second device or going into a store to set up a phone. Small businesses enjoy pricing from just $15 per user per month.
Does every business need a local New York telephone phone number? There are many reasons why having a local presence can boost your business. Here are a few:
With a local New York phone number, you can effectively get in front of the right people and establish a solid foothold in this state.
New York has come a long way since its original area code of 212 was enough to cover everyone in the city. Now, you can use OpenPhone to find local New York telephone numbers in multiple area codes and several Manhattan overlays. Choose numbers from New York and other states throughout the US, cities in Canada, or toll-free numbers in North America.
|This is New York City’s original area code from the North American Numbering Plan. It covers Manhattan.
|315 is an upstate New York area code that includes Syracuse, Utica, Rome, Watertown, Oneida, and Potsdam.
|A New York City overlay, this code covers Manhattan.
|An overlay for 718 covers New York City, excluding Manhattan, in cities like Brooklyn, Staten Island, Queens, and the Bronx.
|This area code for Long Island covers Hempstead, Levittown, Freeport, and Hicksville.
|From Albany northward, this area code covers Saratoga, Schenectady, and Rensselaer.
|This western New York area code covers Rochester, Irondequoit, Brighton, and Batavia.
|This south-central area code includes cities like Binghampton, Ithaca, Elmira, and Cortland.
|Eastern Long Island is covered by this area code, from Brentwood to Central Islip.
|This is another Manhattan overlay covering the entire island.
|This extensive area code in the middle of the state covers cities like Onondaga, Oneida, and St. Lawrence.
|This area code includes cities in the state's western corner, such as Buffalo, Cheektowaga, Tonawanda, and Niagra Falls.
|An overlay with 347, it covers New York City, excluding Manhattan, in cities like Brooklyn, Staten Island, Queens, and the Bronx.
|This overlay with 518 includes Albany and points northward, like Saratoga, Schenectady, and Rensselaer.
|Heading out of the city? You could find yourself in this area code covering New City, Poughkeepsie, Spring Valley, Middleton, and Newburgh.
|Northeast of New York City, this area code has cities like Yonkers, New Rochelle, White Plains, Peekskill, and Ossining.
|This outsized area code serves the combined area of codes 212 and 718
|An overlay for 718 covers New York City, excluding Manhattan, in cities like Brooklyn, Staten Island, Queen, and the Bronx.
|An overlay to 631, this Long Island area code covers the same area.
Already have an New York 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.
Welcome to Wall Street. New York is home to several unique industries, and because the stock exchange makes its home in the Big Apple, it makes sense one of the state’s biggest economic drivers is financial services. The industry isn’t just full of traders, either. Industries thriving here include consultants, software, analysts, and homeland/cybersecurity pros.
Fintech and Insuretech businesses find themselves in good company in the Empire State among players like Brex, PolicyGenius, and Zipari.
The world of Fintech can’t thrive without protecting sensitive accounts and assets, so it makes sense cybersecurity would blossom here, too. More generally, security is a growing industry in New York. The state recently approved the country’s first drone corridor between Rome and Syracuse to test 5G drone flights outside the sightline of operators. It’s made the state an attractive headquarters for tech startups from logistics to aerospace and defense.
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With OpenPhone, a local phone number can grow your trust and professionalism in a New York minute. With a local presence and the features to run your business as it grows, you get everything you’d expect from the number-one-rated business phone system on G2.
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