StickyNumber features

With StickyNumber you can receive, record, manage and view call records from the comfort of any computer, tablet or smart phone in the world! You can get a local virtual phone number from over 1220 cities in over 60 countries and have it forward to just about any phone in the world.

Voice Mail to Email

Voice Mail to Email

Our voice mail records your messages and emails them to you

Sticky Call Notice

Sticky Call Notice

Get a beep before you talk so you know its a business call

Call Forwarding

Call Forwarding

Receive your calls on your landline or mobile

View Call Records

View Call Records

Real time call records including date, time and duration

Day Forwarding

Day Forwarding

Change where your call redirects to depending on your schedule

Time Forwarding

Time Forwarding

Set times when call goes to different forwarding numbers

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the StickyNumbers

StickyNumber we continue to add features to our systems so we can provide clients with all their virtual number needs. Our client base expands across the globe. All USA virtual phone numbers come with international forwarding, voice mail and IVR secure access.


Signup with us

Signup with us

Signup with us and choose an exclusive local phone number in your country. Flexible plans with no cancellation fees. Stay in touch.

Select Phone Number City

Select Phone Number City

When someone calls your number they just make a normal local call. You pay a monthly plan fee for your number and callers pay normal call rates.

Forward Phone Number

Forward Phone Number

Now you have your sticky number. Share it with customers, friends and family. The number works just like any local number but reaches you anywhere.

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How to forward virtual numbers?

Diverting or forwarding a virtual number is a standard feature with most phone number suppliers. Where you are wanting to divert the number depends on the plan you should be choosing. With Sticky Number we have two types of forwarding, to either a physical mobile or landline number where we include calling minutes per month, the other option is SIP forwarding where you use another service to handle the outbound calling. The advantage with StickyNumber is we allow access to updating the forwarding destination which is applied immediately upon saving your new settings.

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How to get a virtual phone number in USA?

When finding a virtual telephone number supplier make sure they are able to port numbers. Porting a number is the ability to move your new number between phone suppliers, if they are not able to port numbers you may have to sacrifice the number and have to choose a new number when you move to a new company. You should also see how long the company has been around and the features they provide, for example some suppliers require manual editing of the forwarding number or may not provide voice mail features. The process of buying a number is easy for most countries, all you have to do is signup as a member and choose a plan, there are however some destinations that require documentation, which includes having a local presence and identity proof.

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What are virtual phone numbers?

A virtual number is a number not directly linked to physical telephone line, which means you can have several numbers from different locations all going to the same telephone line. Virtual numbers allow you to purchase a number from another city or country outside of your business location, if you live in Australia but have clients from USA you can buy a virtual number and forward the call to your Australian landline number. The benefit is reducing your clients costs to call your company from overseas. More technically speaking a virtual number can link to a PSTN or SIP network. Note that virtual number usage is subject to that countries regulations.

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Why get a 1300 or 1800 phone number?

1800 numbers are normally referred to as toll free numbers (free phone) for the caller, however the business who operates the number pays higher cost. 1300 numbers are normally referred to as a landline number due to clients calling 1300 numbers pay a local rate. Choosing between the 1300 & 1800 numbers depends on your business model, whether you want to absorb more of the clients calling costs.

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What's New!

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No Setup Fees

We improved our system to automate the virtual number setup letting us waive setup fees.

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Free International Divert

All virtual numbers can be routed to thousands of destinations around the world.

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Worldwide Instant Activation

All accounts are now activated in real time giving you an instant virtual number.