Having a local Vancouver phone number is important for any business to be found in their local community, and people often look to support local businesses that are making their communities more prosperous.
That’s why making sure you have a local number that’s more recognizable for Vancouver is an important part of your business. VoIP providers like Ooma allow you to choose your own number, and that includes making sure you have a local number that fits in with your community.
As your business expands past its original community, it’s important to fit in with your new communities with a local presence. Ooma can help you fit in and better serve any community you come across, all across the US.
Picking a local number is easier than ever with Ooma.
Select your region and get an available local number.
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Vancouver is one of the major cities in Western Canada. It is conveniently located in the Lower Mainland region of British Columbia. Vancouver is the most populous city in the province. Like every other city in Canada, Vancouver is heavily culturally diverse, both ethically and linguistically. However, Vancouver takes it even further by being one of Canada's most diverse cities. Up to 52% of Vancouver residents are not native English speakers, and up to 48.9% are native speakers of neither English nor French. Also, half of the entire population belongs to various minority groups.
For the longest time, Vancouver has consistently been named as one of the top five cities in the world for livability and quality of life. The Economist Intelligence Unit acknowledged Vancouver as the first city ranked among the top ten of the world's most well-living cities for ten consecutive years. Therefore, it comes as no surprise that Vancouver ranks as the most expensive city to live, in Canada, and the fourth-most expensive in terms of housing, globally.
With Vancouverism, the city's urban planning design philosophy, Vancouver had the plan to become the world's greenest city by the year 2020. As of 2021, Vancouver is currently the greenest city in North America, and the third greenest city in the world.
Vancouver has a history of hosting international conferences and events. It comes as no surprise that Vancouver's city has a lot of yearly visitors at its shores. The city is also the permanent home to TED conferences.
Vancouver port is also the fourth-largest port by tonnage in the Americas and the busiest and biggest in Canada. Port Metro Vancouver is also the most diversified port in North America. Tourism is easily the second-largest industry, superseded only by Forestry.
With everything that Vancouver has going for, Ooma can only hope to help the small businesses in the city serve the residents and tourists better with local area code 360 phone numbers. Ooma's phone services are affordable and reliable to ensure that it is perfect for residents and visitors, just like everything in Vancouver.
Ooma serves neighborhoods like Downtown Vancouver, East Vancouver, Yaletown, Gastown, Kitsilano, and more, with features like call recording, call blocking, and a virtual receptionist.
Ooma covers the entirety of the United States, which means you can get an area code for your local community no matter where you are. Our inventory of area codes is continually updated, so you’ll be able to choose the best area codes for your needs.
You can transfer your phone number to or from Ooma easily.
To transfer your number to Ooma, use our handy porting tool to check if it’s eligible for transfer.
The choice is yours! Ooma provides both local phone numbers and toll-free phone numbers. If you want to present a local feel to Vancouver you can go with a local phone number, or you can go for a toll-free number if you want your company to feel like a big business.
While Vancouver phone numbers are registered and assigned by Ooma, the number is yours to use. As long as your account is in good standing, which means you don’t have any outstanding balances, you are free to transfer it to another phone provider if you choose.