Global Call Forwarding (GCF) provides two types of international toll free phone numbers in Argentina. The first type is a toll free, mobile accessible number with a format of 0800-666-four digits or 0800-999-four digits. Although this type of number is toll free, it is not a virtual phone number.
The second type of number, a geographic or local number, is a true Argentina international virtual phone number. These numbers consist of a country code (+54), a locale area code, and the local phone number. Global Call Forwarding offers these Argentina international virtual phone numbers in 20 locales.
These numbers operate in the following manner. When your customer calls the number, GCF’s proprietary service platform receives the call. Next, GCF forwards the call to your phone in any of the 150 countries around the world that GCF services. Finally, your company receives the call on a landline, mobile, or PBX system.
The Argentina virtual phone number gives your business a virtual presence in any of the 20 locales with virtual local numbers. This gives your company a virtual office in any area of Argentina where your customers are located.
Geographic Locations in Argentina
Information on the seven largest geographic locales where Global Call Forwarding offers Argentina international virtual phone numbers follows in subsequent sections. Each section provides information on location, province, population and economy. Such information may help businesses decide where to locate their virtual offices.
Buenos Aires is the capital of Argentina and its most populous city. According to the 2010 Census, the city has 2.9 million residents, and the greater Buenos Aires area has 13 million residents. The city is located near the east coast of Argentina on the western bank of the Rio de la Plata, which empties into the Atlantic Ocean.
Buenos Aires is Argentina’s primary financial, industrial, and commercial center, and the economy of its metropolitan area ranks 13th among the cities of the world. It has an Atlantic Ocean port with navigable rivers connecting to Brazil, Uruguay, and Paraguay.
International virtual phone numbers in Buenos Aires have the following format: +54 11 four digits-four digits.
Tucumán Province is the most densely populated province in Argentina. It also has the smallest land area. The provincial capital is San Miguel de Tucumán, frequently called Tucumán. The population of the province was 1,448,188 in the 2010 Census.
Agriculture accounts for 7% of its economic output. Tucumán Province is famous internationally for sugarcane, but it also produces lemons, strawberries, kiwifruit, beans, maize, alfalfa, soybeans, and livestock. Manufacturing includes sugar mills, paper, alcohol, food, textiles, automobiles, and metallurgical products. There is also a significant amount of Argentine tourism. Tucumán’s international virtual phone numbers have the following format: +54 381 local phone number.
Located in the geographical center of the country, Córdoba is the capital of Córdoba Province and the second-most populous city in Argentina. According to the 2010 Census, it has 1.33 million inhabitants.
Córdoba has a versatile industrial base including car and car parts manufacturing, textile and chemical industries, and agricultural machinery. It is also the technology center of Argentina and is developing and manufacturing satellites, software, and electronics. Its service-based sector features professional and financial services and retail. Córdoba’s international virtual phone numbers have the following format: +54 351 local phone number.
Rosario is the largest city in Santa Fe Province. It is located in northwest Argentina on the western shore of the Paraná River. Its population as of 2012 was 1,276,000. Rosario has a 10-meter-deep port on the Paraná River, and its exports include food and agricultural products. Rosario’s economy relies on manufacturing in the following areas: agro products, cars, refrigerators, food machinery, long-distance-bus bodies, petrochemicals, and heavy machinery. Rosario’s international virtual phone numbers have the following format: +54 341 local phone number.
La Plata is the capital city of Buenos Aires Province, and in the 2001 Census, it had 765,378 inhabitants, and its metropolitan area, 899,523. According to the National Economic Survey of 2004–2005, there were 23,844 local listings, 90% dedicated to manufacturing of goods and services and 4% to civil service. La Plata also has a stock market that is part of the Argentine stock market system. La Plata’s international virtual phone numbers have the following format: +54 221 local phone number.
Salta Province is located in the northwest corner of Argentina. It borders on Bolivia and Paraguay to the north and Chile to the west. The provincial population was 1,204,441 per the 2010 Census. Its capital city is Salta. The economy depends upon agriculture (tobacco and sugar), viticulture, crops for local consumption, sugar cane processing, wines of the Valles Calchaquies Region, gas, petroleum, uranium mining, and livestock. Salta Province’s international virtual phone numbers have the following format: +54 3874 local phone number.
Corrientes, the capital city of Corrientes Province, sits on the eastern shore of the Paraná River. It is near the southwestern tip of Paraguay. According to the 2001 Census, it had 328,689 residents. However, Corrientes Province had 992,595 inhabitants in the 2010 Census. The economy depends upon agriculture, timber, cattle, tobacco, food and derivatives, textiles, and tourism. Corrientes’ international virtual phone numbers have the following format: +54 3794 local phone number.