Get a local Oklahoma phone number

Add an Oklahoma business telephone number to any smartphone, tablet, or computer you already own with OpenPhone. Pricing starts at just $10 per user per month.

Oklahoma phone numbers
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Does every business need an Oklahoma phone number? Here are some reasons why you may want a local number.

Serve customers more effectively with an Oklahoma area code

Although we’re living in a digital age, 60% of customers still prefer to use the phone to get in touch. A local number makes the most sense. First, more customers answer numbers with a familiar area code, making back-and-forth easier. And if you’re targeting customers in a certain area, a local phone number can increase trust. A phone number is an extension of a business’ branding, and being embedded in your local area helps customers see you’re part of the community.

Do you also need virtual phone numbers for different cities? OpenPhone lets you have as many US and Canadian numbers as you need — all available to use from your preferred device.

Use Oklahoma phone numbers from anywhere

You don’t need to be in Norman or Checotah to use your Oklahoma phone number. You don’t even need to know where T-Town is (it’s Tulsa, by the way). You can use your new virtual number on an internet connection from anywhere. That’s helpful for hybrid work organizations, sales teams on the road, and fully remote workers.

Share and restrict access with a virtual phone system

Your OpenPhone Oklahoma number has other features that can help your business, too. You can share access to the number with your team. With shared numbers, your team can be on separate calls using the same phone number at the same time.

Having team access to a single number makes it easier to respond to customers’ messages and collaborate on conversations. Your up-to-date, synced contact list makes it easy to see all the communication from your number. You can even give employees their own Oklahoma numbers for direct lines.

Let your phone service help you look professional

OpenPhone number has all the key features to help give you a professional phone presence. You can:
  • Set custom caller ID and voicemail greetings.
  • Automatically route callers to different team members using phone menus.
  • Enable call recording to monitor all calls and train employees.
  • Set up auto-replies to missed messages for quick, professional communication.
  • Add business hours to set expectations with your customers and automatically send them to an away voicemail greeting.
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Another way to help facilitate your business's success in this state is to use local numers.

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

What Oklahoma area code numbers are available?

OpenPhone can help find local phone numbers for your business in the state of Oklahoma, and across North America, including in other states and cities in Canada. You can even use toll-free numbers.

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Find Oklahoma local phone numbers in these area codes:

CodeArea Served
405Once Oklahoma’s only area code, this area code now covers parts of the greater Oklahoma City area, including cities like Bethany, Del City, Edmond, Midwest City, Moore, Norman, Oklahoma City, Shawnee, Stillwater, and Yukon.
572Growing Oklahoma City started using this area code in 2021. It serves the same area as area code 405.
539This eastern Oklahoma area code covers Bartlesville, Broken Arrow, Muskogee, and Tulsa.
918Oklahoma’s first “overlay,” 918 numbers cover the same geographic area as 539, from Bartlesville in the north to McAlester in the south.
580Includes most rural south and west Oklahoma, including Altus, Ardmore, Duncan, Enid, Lawton, and Ponca City.

Port an existing
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Already have an Oklahoma phone number you want to use with OpenPhone? No problem, just fill out this 2-minute porting form. You can also port any other US, Canadian, or North American toll-free number to your OpenPhone Account.

How to get a Oklahoma number

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Enter your email address or sign in with your Google account.
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Then search by city or area code to select a specific local number.
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Verify your account via credit card (you won't be charged until your trial ends, cancel anytime)
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Use the OpenPhone browser, desktop, or mobile app.
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What types of businesses prosper in Oklahoma?

One of the only things that Sooners and Cowboys agree on is that starting a business in Oklahoma is an increasingly popular play. After all, the state boasts lower than average business taxes alongside low business fees and labor costs.

This business-friendly state is poised to make gains in its top industries:

    • Energy - Oklahoma's oil rigs are legendary. But the state is expanding its economy into natural gas and natural alternatives. Oklahoma’s “wind corridor” is a great example.
    • Agriculture - From milk to pecans, wheat, hogs, cattle, and soybeans, it's tough to escape agriculture on the open plain. There’s also a substantial softwood timber industry in southeast Oklahoma.
    • Aviation - Oklahoma City alone now boats 300+ aviation firms.
    • Biotech - It’s been helped by a growing healthcare sector alongside OKC’s “Innovation District” with its own health center.

Luckily, there are increasing resources for entrepreneurs. One of the most significant benefits in Oklahoma is a ten-year tax exemption for new business incubator graduates. You can see a list of incubators by city.

    • 36° North - Tulsa’s state-certified incubator for tech startups, they’ve helped four years of graduates access $15.1 million in funding and brought 1,575 new jobs to eastern Oklahoma.
    • Autry Technology Center - The Autry Center is an incubation space, offering coworking, training, and help with business plans and forecasts. It has specific expertise in agricultural startups and an array of other services like podcasting equipment.
    • Project 3810 - This incubator is the hub of the startup community in Oklahoma City, with a busy calendar of conferences, fireside chats, and lots of alumni to help support new entrepreneurs.

Why you should sign up for a Oklahoma 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

Save time on all 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

OpenPhone is the #1 phone system on G2 as voted by other businesses.

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Start using local Oklahoma phone numbers with OpenPhone

Oklahoma business phone numbers can help you maintain a local presence in Oklahoma. You’ll enjoy everything that comes along with OpenPhone’s modern business phone system, rated the top business phone platform on G2.

To get started with your Oklahoma phone number today, sign up for a free trial of OpenPhone.

Frequently asked questions about local numbers

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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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