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Ohio Area Codes

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Does your business need an Ohio phone number? There are several reasons why it might make sense for you. Here are a few reasons a virtual phone system can be worth it:

Be a good neighbor with a local area code

Small businesses have a lot of customer trust, and part of that’s their local presence. Startups can be good neighbors, too, by targeting local customers to assure customers they understand their needs and are Buckeye boosters just like them. Customers who recognize your Ohio phone number find it easier to call you — and are more likely to answer your calls.

If you need different numbers around the country and in Canada, even toll-free numbers, OpenPhone lets you add those, too.

Remote teams can use your Ohio business phone number anywhere

Even if you’re out of state, you can use your Ohio phone number. The number is virtual and works with any internet connection, so you can access it while traveling or working remotely from most places across the globe. OpenPhone’s platform helps distributed teams and even international businesses maintain a local presence.

Share and restrict access to phone numbers

work from anywhere in the world, use the same local phone number simultaneously, view and respond to the same text conversations through an online app, and see your growing contact list.

When employees need their own lines, you can set up user-friendly phone menus so that customers always get what they need. Team members can access any of the numbers you want them to. It’s easy to have control as your business grows.

Look professional to your Ohio customers

OpenPhone gives startups the advantage of looking large, organized, and professional for their prospects with extensive business features. You get access to custom voice greetings that change based on time (after-hours) or circumstance (missed calls).

There are even more features for businesses included as well. Voicemail transcriptions help you save time on new incoming messages. Call recording helps you train your workers better. Outgoing caller ID alerts your customers that you’re calling from your business rather than just an unknown number. It all adds up to a telephone number that helps you grow professionally.
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Another way to help facilitate your business's success in this state is to use local numers.

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

What Ohio area code numbers are available?

OpenPhone has got you covered with Ohio area codes. You can find numbers in Ohio and throughout the US and Canada — and North toll-free numbers, too.

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Ohio’s area codes include:

CodeArea Served
216The original Cleveland area code, this code covers the central urban area.
220This code covers south and east Ohio, including Chillicothe, Newark, Zanesville, Portsmouth, Athens, Marietta, and Steubenville.
234This area code borders the Cleveland suburbs in the north. It includes Akron, Canton, Youngstown, and Warren.
283This newcomer area code is an overlay for area code 513 covering the greater Cincinnati area.
326Northwest of Cincinnati is area code 326, with cities like Beavercreek, Centerville, Dayton, Xenia, Kettering, Springfield, and Riverside.
330An overlay for area code 234, 330 covers the same cities.
380An overlay area code in the Columbus area, it covers Columbus, Westerville, Reynoldsburg, Dublin, Gahanna, and Grove City.
419Northwest Ohio is served by this area code. That includes Toledo, Lima, Sandusky, Mansfield, and Findlay.
440The suburbs were disconnected from Cleveland in this added area code as the city grew. Today you find 440 area codes east and west of the city covering the north shore. That includes most of Parma, Lorain, Elyria, Mentor, Strongsville, Westlake, Bay Village, Rocky River, Solon, Avon, and Ashtabula.
513This area code covers Cincinnati, Middletown, Oxford, Miamitown, and Hamilton.
567The northwest quadrant of the state added this overlay for the Toledo area, including all the same cities.
614This area code includes Dublin, Columbus, Gahanna, Upper Arlington, Hilliard, Pickerington, Whitehall, and Bexley.
740Along with its overlay 220, this area includes central and southeast Ohio, except Columbus.
937Along with 326, this area code covers all the same cities in west-central Ohio, including the Dayton area.

Port an existing
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Already have an Ohio 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 Ohio 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 business needs an Ohio phone number

Ohio sports a large population and plenty of economic buzz, so it’s no wonder new businesses are constantly springing up around here. From Barack Obama’s favorite beer (Yuengling) to its strong history in large industries like steel, oil, and banking, Ohio is an industrial powerhouse.

Cleveland is a research hub with internationally renowned institutions like Case Western Reserve University and the Cleveland Clinic. In Dayton, you can find aerospace and defense businesses flying around Wright Patterson Air Force Base. Toledo is making a name for itself in solar energy, with companies like First Solar and the University of Toledo expanding the possibilities for alternative energy.

To help newcomers join the ranks of Ohio’s storied entrepreneurs, several incubators help to support startups. These programs can help companies succeed in the Buckeye state.

    • Jumpstart - Cleveland-based startups can look into tech assistance, sales assistance, mentoring, and investment opportunities with this incubator, helping tech companies flourish since 2003.
    • Centrifuse - Tech startups in Cincinnati can look to this local resource to grow their companies. With startup office space, networking, and co-working, membership-based resources can help connect the community.
    • The Brandery - The Brandery is a Cincinnati accelerator that focuses on branding for new businesses. This accelerator sports a 12-week accelerator program that includes equity investment.
    • HCDC - A behemoth in the Cincinnati startup world, they’ve helped unlock nearly $10 billion for southwest Ohio’s startups. HCDC has mentoring, coworking space, and an incubator program.

    Why you should sign up for a Ohio number through OpenPhone

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    Get started in minutes

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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

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    Automatically send texts

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    Business love OpenPhone

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    Get started with your Ohio phone number

    From the shores of Lake Erie to the banks of the Ohio River, you can start establishing your presence in the Buckeye State in just a few moments. Access everything you'd expect from a business phone system and more with OpenPhone, voted the top business phone platform on G2.

    A local Ohio phone number is easy to set up with OpenPhone. If you’re ready to start dialing, just sign up for a free trial.

    Frequently asked questions about local numbers

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    Can I forward calls from my Ohio phone number elsewhere?
    How many Ohio phone numbers can I have?
    Can I port my existing Ohio number to OpenPhone?

    List of all area codes in Ohio

    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!

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    CEO at Y Combinator

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