Telephone numbers in Switzerland are defined and assigned according to the Swiss telephone numbering plan administered by the Swiss Federal Office of Communications.
A complete telephone number consists of ten digits: .
Two formats are distinguished: three digits for the NDC and seven digits for the subscriber number, and four digits for the NDC and six digits for the subscriber number. The associated dial plan requires that all numbers, even for local calls, must be dialed with the assigned NDC, in contrast to previous plans.
When dialing from within the country, a prefix 0 must be dialed.
Creating a business identity is the most important part of a company’s business plan and marketing efforts.
One of the most useful and effective tools to create and promote this identity and achieve name recognition is a Toll Free Vanity Phone Number.
A good Toll Free Vanity Number can present your businesses product and/or service and make it easy to remember.
Toll Free Vanity Phone Numbers should be used everywhere!
You should display it prominently on your vehicles, letterhead, business cards, invoices, receipts, signs, vanity license plates, and all of your free marketing give-a-ways. One unique feature of Vanity Toll Free Phone Numbers is that, unlike local telephone numbers, you get all of the Caller ID information, including information from blocked phone numbers, as you are the one who pays for the call.
It can be extremely valuable information for sales and marketing analysis.
Portability is another major capability of toll free numbers, since they can be used anywhere.
Calls can be made to your branch office, cellular phone, voice mail, meeting site, hotel, tradeshow or to almost any local number anywhere.