Be a Global Entrepreneur

Have a local phone number in any country from $0.89

Buy a phone number anywhere

Have your own local phone number in any city or country worldwide. Showing a local number to visitors at your web site increases trust and sales. Incoming calls are forwarded anywhere worldwide at the cost of a local call.

From $0.89/month.

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{{457263 | number }} companies in 239 countries use Sonetel

We believe that globalization and entrepreneurship are the key drivers for making this planet a better place.

By empowering entrepreneurs in the most remote corners of the world, with a telephone service that removes distance, we hope to contribute to this progress.

Make International business calls at the cost of local calls

Make high quality business calls at the cost of local calls – from any country to any country – using Android or iPhone.
The person you call sees your regular mobile number – or your Sonetel number.

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Sonetel News

Explore whats happening in Sonetel’s global sphere
9 April 2016

Longer subscriptions now available

Sonetel now offers optional 1-year and 3-year subscriptions, in addition to the regular 1-month subscription. This allows you to save up to 55% on the monthly cost.   You can change.. Read More

29 March 2016

Expanded Free Global Conferencing Service

Sonetel’s free, global telephone conferencing service has been expanded with more than 70 new access numbers worldwide. 10 countries have been added to the coverage. This means that your company now can have free conference.. Read More

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8 March 2016

Why I fight for woman’s rights

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How to say goodbye to extreme poverty

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