Why limit yourself to 1 phone number if you can have two or more?
Whether it's having a separate number for sales and support or serving customers in different cities or states, we've got you covered!
How to add a phone number to your OpenPhone account
Go to the OpenPhone web app
Select "Phone Numbers" under "Settings"
Click "+ Add a new number"
Choose the city or area code you would like to see numbers for. If you want a toll-free number, there is an option for that as well.
Select your number
You can search by the city name, area code, and whether you'd like a toll-free number.
That's it! You now have multiple numbers in your OpenPhone account. For each number, you will be able to customize number-specific voicemails, business hours, auto-replies, and more. You can also set an inbox name and emoji (symbol) for your number so you can easily distinguish it from the other numbers.
To add an inbox name and emoji to a number:
Open ⚙️"Settings" from the left-hand menu.
Under "Workspace", click "Phone Numbers".
Select the number you would like to name (or rename).
In the "General" section, type in the name you'd like to change it to.
Add an emoji to the left of the name you enter.
Click the checkmark to save.
If you have multiple numbers, the emoji you select for a specific number will show with incoming calls to your mobile device.
When you get an incoming call from the web or Mac app, you'll see that number's inbox name and emoji.
How much do additional phone numbers cost?
Each OpenPhone user comes with 1 phone number out of the gate. For each additional phone number, it's $5 per month.
If you're adding a new phone number in the middle of your subscription period, we prorate the new number's charges. This way, you're not paying full price for only a partial service period.
⭐️ Note: If you're paying OpenPhone through Apple or Google Play, you won't be able to add an additional number yourself. We'll need to move you over to credit card payments. Don't worry - it's easy. Email [email protected] and we'll help you out!
Changed your mind about a phone number and want to delete it? All good! How to delete your OpenPhone number.