Get a Wyoming local phone number – 307 area code

OpenPhone lets you add area code 307 telephone numbers to your existing smartphone along with any computer or tablet. Business-friendly prices start at $15 per user per month.

Wyoming Area Codes

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If you’re targeting customers in Rawlins or Torrington, having a local phone number makes good sense. Here are some reasons why other businesses choose a Wyoming business number:

Grow trust with a 307 area code

Worland? Riverton? They may be different places, but their residents still feel at home on a windy plain with more buffalo than people. And calling from the local area code means your business is part of that community. Having a local phone number makes it easy for residents to pick up your call, know your business time zone, and feel they’re supporting a local company.

Do you need additional phone numbers? OpenPhone lets you own phone numbers from Canadian provinces, U.S. states, and toll-free North American numbers.

Call from your area code 307 phone number from anywhere

Need to work remotely? You can make calls from your Wyoming telephone number while you’re traveling — or while running your business across multiple states or countries. Your remote team can also use your business phone number, whether or not they’re located in Wyoming. You still appear local.

Share your business number with your team

OpenPhone lets you share your phone number with anyone on your team. It’s easy to invite members via email address, let them access calls, texts, and contacts, and collaborate on responses right on the OpenPhone platform.

Sharing a number means you can all make and receive calls simultaneously, so you miss fewer calls and make essential calls from one centralized number.

Are you looking to add direct lines for employees? That’s easy, too. You can add as many unique numbers as you need from your OpenPhone platform.

Keep business communication professional

OpenPhone helps you look professional to prospects and customers with an outgoing business caller ID and customized voicemail messages for incoming calls. There are even phone menus so customers can get help from the department that makes sense. Sales? Customer service? Tech support? You can direct customers to the best team member efficiently.

To train teams, use call recording on customer calls. Call forwarding is as easy as booking rodeo tickets — just select any of your OpenPhone numbers and input the U.S. or Canadian number where you want to direct your calls.
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Another way to help facilitate your business's success in this state is to use local numers.

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

What does the 307 area code cover?

The North American Numbering Plan in 1947 gave the entire state of Wyoming area code 307. It still covers all the biggest cities of the Equality State, including Cheyenne, Casper, Laramie, Gillette, Rock Springs, Sheridan, Evanston, Lander, and Green River.

Add Wyoming phone numbers to your cell phone or desktop app. OpenPhone lets you find and add as many as you need to run your business. You can also choose numbers outside 307. Select area codes from across the U.S., Canada, and North American toll-free numbers.

Sign up for a free trial and check out the list of phone numbers available in the area code you choose. See for yourself how easy it to get started and test calling and texting from your new number.

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Port an existing
Wyoming number.
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Already have an Wyoming 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 Wyoming 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 Wyoming phone number

Overflowing with natural resources, Wyoming’s most prominent industries center on its land. Mineral and natural gas extraction are central: Wyoming uses coal, natural gas, crude oil, uranium, and coalbed methane to power the West.

But its nature also produces delight, and tourism is an increasing part of Wyoming’s appeal. Six million tourists flock to Yellowstone and Grand Teton National Parks annually. Wyoming tops the country in outdoor recreation participation, so it makes sense that Wyoming is targeting outdoor recreation as an emerging industry, from RVing to angling. Unsurprisingly, gun manufacturing is also growing in this state, where federal land, hunting, and nature are priorities.

With all that ample open space, wind energy, carbon capture, and hydrogen production add to the diversity of the energy industry in the state. In fact, Wyoming calls itself the “Energy State,” and the University of Wyoming runs an innovative Center for Economic Geology Research to encourage collaboration between research and Wyoming’s many mineral and energy businesses.

Startups and small businesses find support here in other fields, too.

Here are some incubators and accelerators to help new businesses thrive:

    • Impact 307 - A state-wide startup support organization. Impact 307 offers startup challenges, coworking, mentorship, and incubation. There are seven in-person locations statewide, from Laramie and Cheyenne to Sheridan and Sweetwater County cities like Rock Springs.
    • gBETA - This 7-week program seeks to increase access to capital for startups located anywhere in Wyoming. It brings cohort-based learning to startups from the idea phase to those already earning revenue. gBETA hosts a pitch to cap off the program.
    • Fuel Business incubator - Energy Capital Economic Development, located in Campbell County (including Gillette), supports local businesses with memberships that include co-working space and resources, classes and events for members, and access to mentoring.

    Why you should sign up for a Wyoming 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 Wyoming phone numbers in area code 307 with OpenPhone

    With a business phone number in area code 307, you stay local with Wyoming customers. You also get advanced business features that keep you professional with a top-rated business phone, all on a virtual phone system rated best business phone system on G2.

    Sign up for a free trial of OpenPhone to get a local Wyoming telephone number today.

    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!

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    CEO at Y Combinator

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