Global Call Forwarding provides toll free numbers as well as local toll free numbers in more than 150 countries around the world. Global Call Forwarding places emphasis on quick activation of service, and we offer 24/7 technical support to our subscribers. For those in need of communicating with clients, business associates, or other enterprises in Russia, having Russian toll free numbers is essential.
Calling Russian toll free numbers works as follows:
- A caller dials the toll free or local toll free number.
- Global Call Forwarding forwards the call to your destination number.
- You receive the call.
Geographic Russian Toll Free Numbers
Global Call Forwarding sells Russian toll free numbers in 34 Russian cities and for mobile phones in Russia.
Russian Cities Russia Toll Free Numbers are Available for
|Russian Cities with GCF Local Toll Free Numbers|
|Izhevsk||Murmansk||Rostov On Don||Tver||Yaroslavl|
There are several benefits of having a geographic local toll free number. Foremost is that it allows a company to emphasize a presence in a specific locality. In addition, landlines, mobile phones, pay phones, fax transmissions, and people in other countries can reach you using your geographic local toll free number. Another benefit is that a geographic local toll free number is less expensive than a toll free 800 number. Therefore, if you have customers in only one city, you may want to choose a Russia local toll free number.
Communications in Russia
Russia has 32.3 million subscriptions to fixed telephone lines and 231.4 million cellular phones. There are also 108.8 million internet users in the country. In 2017, the estimated population of Russia was 142.3 million. With such a large population, having Russian toll free numbers can be a very efficient means of communication with the Russian population.
In 2017, the Gross Domestic Product (GDP) at purchasing power parity was $4 trillion or $27,900 per capita. The GDP by sector of origin was agriculture (4.7%), industry (32.4%), services (62.3%), and other (0.6%).
In 2017, exports were $336.8 billion. Export commodities were chemicals, civilian and military manufactured products, metals, natural gas, petroleum and petroleum products, and wood and wood products. In 2016, major export partners were Netherlands (10.5%), China (10.3%), Germany (7.8%), Turkey (5%), Italy (4.4%), and Belarus (4.3%).
Imports in 2017 were $212.7 billion. Import commodities were fruits and nuts, iron, machinery, meat, vehicles, optical and medical instruments, pharmaceutical products, plastic, semi-finished metal products, and steel. In 2016, major import partners were China (21.6%), Germany (11%), the US (6.3%), France (4.8%), Italy (4.4%), and Belarus (4.3%).
Russian Administrative Divisions
Russian administrative divisions are as follows.
- 46 Oblasts or Provinces
- 21 Republics
- 4 Autonomous Okrugs
- 9 Krays
- 2 Federal Cities
The following paragraphs discuss Russia’s three largest cities, Moscow, Saint Petersburg, and Novosibirsk.
Moscow is a Federal City, the capital of Russia, and its most populous city. In June 2017, its population estimate was 12,381,000. It is located in western Russia at coordinates 55°45′N 37°37′E,
Moscow is the financial center of Russia and industries in the city include the Mil Moscow Helicopter Plant, Khrunichev State Research and Production Space Center, several aircraft and spacecraft design bureaus, ZiL and AZLK automobile plants, Metrovagonmash metro wagon plant, the Poljot Moscow watch factory, the Kristall distillery, the Moscow Jewelry Factory, and Jewellerprom, another jewelry producer.
Saint Petersburg is also a Federal City and the second-largest city in Russia. In 2017, its population was 5,323,300 permanent residents within city limits. The city is located in the northwest corner of Russia at the head of the Gulf of Finland. Its coordinates are 59°57′N 30°18′E, and its website is Official website.
Saint Petersburg is a major trade gateway with three large cargo seaports and several river ports along the Neva River. Its economy includes aerospace industries, apparel, breweries and distilleries, electronics and machinery manufacturing, medical equipment, oil and gas trade, pharmaceuticals, power turbines, and shipbuilding.
Global Call Forwarding does not offer a geographical number for Saint Petersburg, but callers can use Russia toll free 800 numbers to reach your company.
Novosibirsk is in Novosibirsk Oblast, which is in south-central Russia, and its map coordinates are 55°03′N 82°57′E. In 2017, the population of Novosibirsk was 1,603,000, making it the third-most populous city in Russia. Novosibirsk is the administrative center of the oblast. It is also a major stop on the Trans-Siberian Railway and the northern terminus of the Turkestan–Siberian Railway.