Toll-free numbers work a little differently for mobile phones than they do for legacy landlines. Dialing an 800 number from your cell phone is only free if your cellular plan is an unlimited plan. If you have a per-minute plan, calling 800 numbers will still use those minutes.What is the 800 phone number?
An 800 number, also known as a toll-free number, is a phone number that lets a person call an individual or business, usually over a long distance, without being charged for the call. An 800 number does not necessarily have to start with the three-digit code of 800, but can also begin with 888, 877, 866 and other three-digit area codes.What is telephone number 800?
An 800 number is a toll-free phone number that starts with the 800 prefix. Other toll-free prefixes include 833, 844, 855, 866, 877, and 888. Toll-free calls are routed to a local number, and the cost of the call is paid for by the phone number’s owner, not the caller.