Toll Free Numbers Japan

    Expand your business in Japan
    Increase Sales, Simply and Easy
    The largest European Market

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    Japan is one of the most influential countries in the world but making a name for yourself there can be tricky.

    Toll-free numbers in Japan are the perfect way to gain popularity in a new market when you don’t have a physical office or call centre there. Having a toll-free number means customers can call you for free with their concerns or questions, for just a small monthly fee paid by your business.

    Toll-free numbers are used widely across businesses to help them broaden their client base. They give customers the incentive to call – whatever the reason may be – as they don’t have to worry about hefty costs to have access to your knowledge and expertise.

    If you’re thinking about setting up a physical office in Japan but want to test how successful you’ll be first, a toll-free number is just the helping hand you need. It will allow you to build valuable relationships with customers and learn more about them, so you can focus on creating targeted products and services.

    Toll-free numbers allow businesses to connect with their customers on a more personal level. Without one, you’ll have to depend on online reviews and emails that can get lost in translation, making communication a lot harder than it needs to be.

    Services that can help you build up your business can often be expensive and take a long time to set up. However, toll-free numbers in Japan are affordable, easy to set up, and can be used almost instantly after your business has been approved.

    Having a toll-free number in Japan allows you to be flexible in the services you offer. You don’t have to travel, pay for advertising, or make customers pay per call – you can speak to them directly from your call centre.

    Available Numbers

    • Japan Toll Free Number
    • Local Access Numbers
    • UIFN Numbers

    Useful Info

    • Country Dial Code  +81
    • Capital City  Tokyo
    • Population  125.8 million
    • Currency  Japanese Yen

    Did you know? Japan is one of the leading suppliers of electrical appliances in the world. 

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    Did you know that Inbound Numbers supply toll-free numbers to over 150 countries all around the world?

    We’re a team of experts who pride ourselves on our friendly customer support and our ability to provide a quality service at competitive prices.

    Need more information on toll-free numbers in Japan? Call us today on 0330 102 5803 to talk directly to someone about your possible options. Alternatively, email us at or fill out an online enquiry form with any of your questions, and one of our experts will get back to you as soon as possible.

    Take a look at our frequently asked questions to help you decide whether your business would benefit from a toll-free number in Japan.

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      How much will a toll-free number in Japan cost?

      At Inbound Numbers, we offer some of the most competitive prices on the market, with a range of packages and optional extras.

      To get an exact quote, get in touch today. Make sure you tell us which sector you work in and what you’d like to achieve from a toll-free number.

      Where should I get my toll-free number from?

      Here at Inbound Numbers, of course.

      Through our years of experience, we’ve been able to build up a team of professionals who are always happy to help. Not only do we offer support in the application process, but we’re also on hand throughout your time with us, so you’ll always have access to advice when you need it.

      To find out more, call us today on 0330 102 5803 to chat with our team and start offering your toll-free services today.

      How does a toll-free number in Japan work?

      After your application for your toll-free number on the International Toll-Free page has been approved, you’ll be able to start using it almost instantly.

      You’ll pay an agreed monthly fee, and in return, customers can call you free of charge.