Global Call Forwarding offers South America virtual numbers in 10 countries and 1 territory. The South American virtual numbers permit businesses to maintain virtual offices in these localities at a fraction of the cost of satellite offices. Obtaining South America virtual numbers is easy, fast, and without any long-term commitments. Just visit Global Call Forwarding’s home site: https://www.globalcallforwarding.com/ and register for a free trial.

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Countries with South American Virtual Numbers

Brazil

Brazil is the most populous country in South America. In 2017, it had a population of 207,353,391 persons with 41,846,846 landline subscriptions, 244,066,759 mobile cellular phones, and 122,841,218 internet users. Its Gross Domestic Product (GDP) was $3.219 trillion. Global Call Forwarding offers four types of South America virtual numbers: Toll Free, Toll Free (mobile accessible), Mobile (SMS Optional), and Geographic. The two latter types are the most versatile and have the lowest cost.

Colombia

Colombia is the second-most populous country in South America. In 2017, it had a population of 47,698,524 persons with 7,115,984 landline subscriptions, 58,684,924 mobile cellular phones, and 27,452,550 internet users. Its GDP was $712.5 billion. Global Call Forwarding offers two types of South America virtual numbers in Colombia, Toll Free (mobile accessible) and Geographic, which people can dial from landlines, mobile phones, payphones, and fax transmissions. In addition, callers in other countries can reach the Geographic numbers. Seven Colombian localities have the less costly Geographic numbers.

Argentina

Argentina is the third-most populous country in South America. In 2017, it had a population of 44,293,293 persons with 9,938,630 landline subscriptions, 64,033,693 mobile cellular phones, and 30,786,889 internet users. Argentina’s GDP was $911.5 billion. Global Call Forwarding offers two types of South America virtual numbers in Argentina: Toll Free (mobile accessible) and Geographic. There are Geographic numbers for 23 localities, and callers from other countries can reach these numbers.

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Venezuela

Venezuela is the fourth-most populous country in South America. In 2017, its population was 31,304,016 persons with 7,752,232 landline subscriptions, 27,600,893 mobile cellular phones, and 18,547,381 internet users. Venezuela’s GDP was $389.4 billion. In Venezuela, Global Call Forwarding offers three types of South America virtual numbers: Toll Free, Toll Free (mobile accessible), and Geographic. Callers can reach the Toll Free numbers from landlines and fax machines. They can reach Toll Free (mobile accessible) numbers from landlines, mobile phones, and payphones. There are Geographic numbers for 16 localities in Venezuela.

Peru

The fifth-most populous country in South America is Peru. In 2017, its population was 31,036,656 persons with 3,074,464 landline subscriptions, 36,933,161 mobile cellular phones, and 13,975,422 internet users. In that year, Peru’s GDP was $424.6 billion. In Peru, Global Call Forwarding offers two types of South America virtual numbers: Toll Free (mobile accessible) and Geographic. Eight localities have Geographic numbers.

Chile

Chile is the sixth-most populous country in South America. In 2017, its population was 17,789,267 with 3,464,107 landline subscriptions, 22,974,789 mobile cellular phones, and 11,650,840 internet users. In that year, Chile’s GDP was $452.1 billion. Global Call Forwarding offers three types of South America virtual numbers in Chile: Toll Free (mobile accessible), National, and Geographic. Callers from payphones cannot dial Toll Free (mobile accessible) numbers, and this type of virtual number is the most expensive kind. The National and Geographic numbers are identical in cost, and both cannot receive fax transmissions. There are 21 localities in Chile with Geographic numbers.

Ecuador

Ecuador is the seventh-most populous country in South America. In 2017, its population was 16,290,913 with 2,441,173 landline subscriptions, 13,882,280 mobile cellular phones, and 8,693,739 internet users. Ecuador’s 2017 GDP was $188.5 billion. Global Call Forwarding offers South America virtual numbers in just one type: Toll Free (mobile accessible), in Ecuador. Landlines, mobile phones, and fax transmissions can dial these numbers. Payphones and people in other countries cannot dial these numbers.

Bolivia

Bolivia is the eighth-most populous country in South America. Bolivia’s population in 2017 was 11,138,234 with 867,302 landline subscriptions, 10,165,308 mobile cellular phones, and 4,354,678 internet users. In the same year, Bolivia’s GDP was $83.5 billion. In Bolivia, Global Call Forwarding offers Toll Free South American virtual numbers only. Landlines, payphones, fax transmissions, and people in other countries can dial these numbers. Callers may not use mobile phones to reach these numbers.

Paraguay

The ninth-most populous country in South America is Paraguay. In 2017, Paraguay had a population of 6,943,739 with 368,000 landline subscriptions, 7,489,474 mobile cellular phones, and 3,524,045 internet users. Paraguay’s 2017 GCP was $68.05 billion. Global Call Forwarding offers Toll Free South American virtual numbers in Paraguay. Callers can reach these numbers using landlines, payphones, and fax transmissions. Callers with mobile phones or people in other countries cannot dial these Toll Free numbers.

Uruguay

Uruguay is South America’s tenth-most populous nation. In 2017, Uruguay’s population was 3,360,148 with 1,113,566 landline subscriptions, 5,116,736 mobile cellular phones, and 2,225,075 internet users. In that year, Uruguay’s GDP was $78.41 billion. Global Call Forwarding offers Toll Free (mobile accessible) South American virtual numbers in Uruguay. Callers using landlines, mobile phones, payphones, and fax transmissions can reach these numbers. People in other countries cannot dial these numbers.

French Guiana

French Guiana is an overseas department and region of France. Its 2016 population was 275,713. Global Call Forwarding offers Toll Free (mobile accessible) South American virtual numbers. Callers using landlines, mobile phones, payphones, and fax transmissions can reach these numbers. People in other countries cannot dial these numbers.