Get a Texas local phone number

Give your business the tools it needs to grow with a Texas phone number, available on any device through OpenPhone. Pricing starts at al$15 per user per month.

Texas Area Codes

Texas phone numbers
title shape

Does your small business need to invest in a new number with a Texas area code? Below are all the reasons why your company should get a 10-digit number in the Lone Star State.

Texas area codes prompt customers to answer

Texan customers who recognize their local area code can be more inclined to answer business texts and calls — an out-of-state area code might as well tell them you forgot the Alamo. Just add as many numbers as needed to your OpenPhone account — including toll-free phone numbers in North America — to start reaching Texas clients. OpenPhone also provides thousands of other possible options as you can add multiple US and Canadian numbers to your account as your business grows.

Always have a local presence in Texas

OpenPhone gives you the ability to call clients from any location — all using a local number in Texas. Connect to WiFi on your laptop, cell phone, desktop, or tablet to continue the conversation no matter where you’re at. Living in-state, across the state, or out of the country, you can use OpenPhone’s mobile app or desktop tools to contact customers.

Give all team members a local Texas number

You can create collaboration between all elements of your business communications with OpenPhone’s team number features. Shared phone inboxes allow distributed employees to manage customer needs together. Stop pileups and miscommunications by assigning shared company numbers in the Lone Star State. As your company scales up, assign individual numbers to different team members.

Set expectations with professional Texas numbers

Impress Texan customers with OpenPhone’s personalized business features. Tools like Caller ID instill trust before customers even pick up the phone, while voicemail features give clients the confidence they need to leave a clear message. Use an IVR or auto-attendant to route messages effectively — answering FAQs, responding to missed calls, and texting to automatically follow up with customers. Everything is bigger in Texas, so use OpenPhone to make sure your business looks just as big as your local rivals.
another way to help facilitate illustration

Another way to help facilitate your business's success in this state is to use local numers.

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

What Texas local area code numbers are available?

Use your OpenPhone account to add numbers with Texas area codes. Equip your business with toll-free North American numbers, or 10-digit numbers in the US or Canada. Add as many VoIP telephone numbers as you need to get started.

what area code numbers are available

These area codes are always available in Texas:

CodeArea Served
210San Antonio is the biggest city in this area code.
214Area code 214 is home to Dallas and Tarrant Counties.
254This area code serves the Waco region of Texas.
281Southwest Houston falls under this region.
325Businesses can find phone numbers in Abilene here.
346As an overlay code, 346 serves Houston home and business owners.
361Most of Corpus Christi is located under this area code.
409Use this area code to send messages from Beaumont and Galveston.
430Reach customers in Texarkana, Tyler, and Sherman with this area code.
432The entire Trans-Pecos area (minus El Paso) is covered here.
469Cities like Dallas, Fort Worth, Allen, Plano, McKinney, and Garland can be found at code 469.
512Austin is the largest city under this prefix.
682This prefix covers most of the Fort Worth and Dallas metroplex.
713A larger overlay complex, 713 services west Houston.
726Get phone numbers from San Antonio using this area code.
737Here you can find the newest area code for Austin’s metro area including Travis, Williamson, and Hays counties.
806Panhandle cities like Amarillo and Lubbock are under 806.
817Send calls from a major city such as Arlington.
830Discover almost all of San Antonio's suburbs here.
832The Woodlands and Baytown are this region’s two largest suburbs.
903Northeast Texan cities are covered, particularly Tyler and Sherman.
915El Paso County’s primary overly stretches over most of the city.
936Outer metros like Nacogdoches-Huntsville fall under 936.
940Here, businesses can find the cities of Wichita Falls and Denton.
945Launched in 2021, 945 is an overlay area code for the city of Dallas.
956The southernmost tip of Texas is covered, including South Padre Island, Brownsville, and Laredo.
972All surrounding Grand Prairie counties including cities like Irving and Frisco rely on this unique overlay area code.
979The area code services cities including College Station, Bryan, and Lake Jackson.

Port an existing
Texas number.
title shape

Already have an Texas 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 Texas 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.
illustration of greeting through laptop screen

Why your small business needs a Texas phone number

The Lone Star State has one of the largest economies in the United States, and the 10th largest GDP in the world — greater than countries like Russia, Australia, and Spain. Texas is number two in the nation for manufacturing, wholesale trade, retail, construction, and transportation. They are currently the number one state for mining and quarrying services, including gas and oil extraction. With more than 48 of the world’s Fortune 500 companies stationed in Texas, it’s critical for small businesses to have some sort of presence in the state’s major cities or metroplexes.

Texas’s unique accelerators and incubator programs are perfectly adapted to help small businesses thrive, particularly near busy development parks and research centers.

Some of the most popular and competitive programs include:

    • Newchip - Bootcamp & Pre-Accelerator, Pre-Seed Accelerator, and a Seed or Series-A Accelerator. Equity-free programs are available online and accessible via remote channels. Several million dollars worth of funding is available, with hundreds of investors located worldwide.
    • DivInc - With a focus on minority and underserved populations, DivInc provides accelerator programs in Houston and Austin, TX. Their 12-week program typically includes one-on-one mentorship, a coworking space, and a $10,000 grant upon completion of the program. Applications are open to women and persons of color throughout the state.
    • Rex - Real estate tech startups have access to Rex’s unique incubator programs. Nearly a dozen different programs are available to choose from, each with their own set of unique benefits. With a large investor pool, Rex provides several opportunities for growth.
    • Austin Technology Incubator - The University of Texas primarily focuses on startups in healthcare, sustainability, energy, and the food and water space. Deeptech companies have access to specialized services, including labs, studios, and more. Companies do not have to be associated with UT to apply.

    Why you should sign up for a Texas number through OpenPhone

    Get started in minutes illustration
    Get started in minutes

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

    Save on all your communications illustration
    Save on all your communications

    Save time on all communications.

    Collaborate and share access illustration
    Collaborate and share access

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

    Stay aligned illustration
    Stay aligned

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

    Automatically send texts illustration
    Automatically send texts

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

    Business love OpenPhone illustration
    Business love OpenPhone

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

    find local illustration mobile

    Get your Texas phone number with OpenPhone

    Voted as the number one G2 business phone platform, OpenPhone is the best VoIP solution for fast-growing small businesses. You can hit the ground running with our fast activation process and use virtual phone numbers to message Texan contacts at scale. Allow team members to collaborate across multiple devices using just a single business phone number — or get as many numbers as necessary to help your team.

    Get started with OpenPhone’s free one week trial today.

    Frequently asked questions about local numbers

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

    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

    Join thousands of companies using local phone numbers for
    their business

    getaround logowealthsimple logobungalow logoy-combinator logosonder logoMLB logolinear logoondeck logostratchpad logoshogun logoairgarage logoathena logo