Get a local Vermont phone number – 802 area code

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Vermont Area Codes

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Targeting your customers in Vermont is easiest with a local business phone number. Here are a few great reasons why having a Vermont phone number pays off:

Gain trust with an 802 Vermont area code

Local loyalty starts with a local presence. And in Vermont, the state’s sole area code confers native status. Whether they’re from Randolph, Springfield, or Rutland, Vermonters share a common homeland. They’re more likely to trust a local company over a large, global corporation. They’re also more likely to answer local calls.

Looking for more virtual phone numbers? OpenPhone can add numbers from all over the U.S., Canada, and toll-free numbers from North America.

Vermont phone numbers work anywhere

With a business VoIP telephone number, you just need a WiFi connection to make and receive calls and messages. That makes it convenient to serve customers from outside the Green Mountain State (i.e. flatlanders). You can travel or work remotely and still call and text from a Vermont business phone number. Way up in Newport or over the border in Canada, you still appear local.

Share your Vermont phone number with a team

With OpenPhone, you can share and restrict phone system access easily with a virtual platform that everyone on the team can use. It keeps your contacts synced and lets you collaborate about messages and clients, all in the same place. When you invite team members, you can hand off after-hours calls and expand your service or use the same number at the same time. You can even silence your own cell phone in the evenings.

When you need to give team members their own direct lines, that’s easy, too. Just add as many unique phone numbers as needed within the same platform (customers will be able to move between them with phone menus).

Always look professional

OpenPhone gives you powerful business features that let you look professional wherever you are. Set a custom incoming caller ID to reflect your business, add custom greetings for different voicemail needs, like after-hours calls or missed calls, or use call recording to train your sales or customer service teams. Call forwarding is also simple as drizzling maple syrup on your ice cream — just select any OpenPhone number and input the US or Canadian number where you want your calls to go. You can forward to other Vermont numbers, or to a phone number in New Hampshire, New York, or any other state just as easily. You can turn it off just as fast.
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Another way to help facilitate your business's success in this state is to use local numers.

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

What cities does Vermont’s 802 area code cover?

The state of Vermont’s single 802 area code is one of the original codes assigned by the Bell system in 1947 and given to all of Vermont. Today, it still covers the state from cities like Burlington to Brattleboro, Montpelier, Newport, Bellows Falls, Bristol, Jamaica, Vergennes, Windsor, Wilmington, Essex Junction, and Fair Haven.

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Already have an Vermont 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 Vermont 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 a Vermont phone number

Vermont’s forested location and reputation for maple syrup don’t lie: it’s the top syrup producer in the country, and agriculture is strong in related industries, including apples, lumber, hay, and turkeys. Vermont saw its first winery in 1985, but now the state boasts 14, like Boyden Valley Winery in Cambridge and Whaleback Vinyard in Poultney.

Microbreweries and cider production are expanding as well, all on the heels of a solid agriculture sector.

Tourists also enjoy the solitude of the woods — visitors help contribute locally to Vermont’s $15.4 million per year tourism industry, including hotels, resorts, and retail. Outdoor recreation like ice fishing, skiing in Stowe, summer camps, and hunting is crucial for attracting more tourists (and keeping locals in shape, too).

Yet Vermont’s industry isn’t all centered on its unique geography. There’s a booming manufacturing base, spurred on by big employers like IBM and homegrown players like Darn Tough Vermont. Looking to join the echelons of profitable industries in this New England state? You’re already in good company.

And there’s plenty of support for new businesses through incubator and accelerator programs:

    • LaunchVT - This holistic startup program helps hone pitches and make connections for eight promising startups each session, providing peer sessions, coaching, workshops, and professional services.
    • DeltaClimeVT - Each accelerator cohort focuses on a thematic area with each session (energy technology is popular) and multiple sprints, mentoring sessions, and ultimately, a $25,000 award for one peer-selected company.
    • Instig8 - For this Southern Vermont program, there’s coworking space in Brattleboro, along with business services for members. Plus, an accelerator program, pitch events, and webinar training to get new companies launched and funded successfully.
    • VCET - Members get coworking space on the UVM campus, in Burlington, or in Middlebury locations. Along with university resources, business mentoring, economic development, and funding partners have helped boost their 50 portfolio companies to $153 million in revenue.

    Why you should sign up for a Vermont 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 Area Code 802 with OpenPhone

    Show you’re a local who understands inspirational fall foliage and a heavy parka with a Vermont phone number. You build loyalty in your target market with all the features a business needs to grow. Voted best business phone platform on G2’s software reviews, OpenPhone makes sure your Vermont business phone is as hardy as the locals.

    To get a local Vermont number, sign up for a free trial.

    Frequently asked questions about local numbers

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    List of all area codes in Vermont

    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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