Say Goodbye to Your Old, Ineffective Toll Free Number

Toll Free Numbers Were Great... 40 Years Ago

Toll-free numbers had their day.  Sure it’s been 20 years since a noteworthy toll free number has been available...  But there are at least a few that are well worth using in a marketing campaign.  (880) Flowers, (800) Matrres(s) “leave the “s” off for savings," (800 The.Card.  Maybe a few more.  But mostly consumers aren’t very interested in memorizing toll-free numbers anymore.















Fret Not, #Codes have Come to Your Rescue!

Fret not over the demise of vanity toll free numbers as a valuable marketing tool.  Because the available to license a #code gives every business a mulligan.  A do over... another shot at licensing a memorable phone number.  However unlike toll free numbers and dot coms, there is only a finite supply of #codes and there are no more to be issued.  We have what we believe to be the largest supply of #codes available #codes, available for licensing, that work with the four major carriers in each of the 50 States. 

The Most Effective Adjunct Marketing Tool

Licensees report two to three times more leads and conversions when using #codes in place of vanity toll free numbers.  Below are redacted statistics provided by a #code user.

This Once in a Lifetime Chance that Won't be Around Much Longer

We believe that licensing one of our exclusive shared #codes is a once in a lifetime opportunity and that if you don't jump on-board quickly, you'll be kicking yourself.  Because you will soon see on TV or hear on the radio, your least favorite competitor telling consumers to " #Easy to reach our office."

Inundation, saturation, overflowing, ridiculous

Why?  Inundation, saturation, overflowing, ridiculous are a few reasons that come to mind.  With the exchanges (800) (888) (877) (866) (855) (844) and (833) all available - it is still impossible to get a toll free number that spells a word or words, because long before we reserve a new toll free number with a new exchange, large companies swoop in and reserve thousands of numbers, most of which they will never use or that ring through to the same phone lines.  Yup, toll-free numbers have gone bye, bye, along with all the cool dot com names. is proud to share this recently recovered priceless artifact.  It is a photograph, circa 1975, of what was the first vanity toll free phone call ever made.  


This photograph will be available for viewing at the "Museum of the Evolution of the #Code, America's Premier Adjunct Marketing Tool*." 

As you most of you know, this year we will be breaking ground for the museum on our campus, located at our National Headquarters in Hudson, New Hampshire.

We hope that all understand that this is our attempt to be humorous.

Beat Your Competition to the Punch and Call Us Today

With so few #codes in the marketplace, there is no better way separate for a savvy business to move light years ahead of your competitors than to license a #code.  Because businesses that move to license one or more of our #code will celebrate their decision much like the pioneer (and fortunate) businesses that reserved the first vanity toll free numbers and dotcom domain names.

Don’t kick yourself for having had the chance to license a #code, and then letting it pass you by.  Act and reap the rewards and perks of being early licensees.

Not Just the Best Adjunct Marketing Tool, Our #Codes are Investments

Unlike a licensed vanity toll free number business, we allow our licensees enjoy the value they add to their licensed #code through their advertising efforts.  Our agreements include unlimited annual renewals for licensees.  AND we allow our licensees to sub-license and/or even assign their right to license to acceptable businesses with the profit from the increased value of the #code shared by us with the original licensees.​

#Codes will Unlock the Power of 400,000,000 Cell Phones

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