347 Area Code: Get a Local NY Number

Increase your reach in New York while enjoying the many features of an all-in-one virtual phone system.
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Starting or expanding your business into New York? You might want to think about getting a 347 area code number. It is one of the three major area codes that cover the five boroughs of New York City, which includes the Bronx, Brooklyn, Queens, Staten Island, and a few parts of the Manhattan area. Area codes 718 and 929 also cover these places, while area code 917 was later added as an overlay to serve this central location.
Getting a local number lets you build a local presence, allows potential customers to reach you in the most convenient way possible, creates a more professional image for your organization, and opens opportunities for community engagement. Plus, they’re familiar and easy to remember, too!
With RingCentral, purchasing a 347 number is simple and affordable. We’ll get your phone systems running in no time so you can drive the advantages to your business.

Benefits of having a 347 phone number from RingCentral

Whether expanding to multiple locations or switching to a hybrid setup, RingCentral grows with you. Our systems adapt to your needs so you can confidently make business-critical decisions without worry.
Low costs
RingCentral plans come with either a toll-free or local main number. If you’d like to purchase additional ones for your other 347 area code locations, they are available at rates that don’t break the bank.
Customer satisfaction
Local numbers provide instant and direct communication to your business. This can lead to better resolution rates, which translates to increased satisfaction and retention numbers, too.

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Unified Communications Solutions for
NY Businesses

When you get a local phone number with RingCentral, you also get these AI-first VoIP features:

Video conferencing

More than just to receive calls, RingCentral can be used to hold and attend online virtual meetings with co-workers, remote teammates, and potential clients. Our platform offers a more engaging, exciting way of connecting with people within and outside the organization. Video chatting also comes with features like screen sharing, whiteboards, in-meeting transcriptions, breakout rooms, and more.
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Call management

Peak season or not, businesses should always be prepared for the unexpected ebb of callers. The call management capabilities of RingCentral can help with that. With caller ID, smart routing, call forwarding, call monitoring, and real-time and historical reporting, you can effortlessly streamline workflows and make sure users can always reach you.

Team messaging

RingCentral makes it easy to start conversations with departments, groups, or specific individuals. Through instant messaging, you can opt out of lengthy emails, help make team members feel more connected, and reduce miscommunication. Plus, our instant messaging solution can also be used for project tracking, file sharing, and collaborating with others.
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Other available New York telephone numbers

The state of New York is home to an estimated 19 million people. It takes a lot of work and effort to stay connected with that amount of people. With RingCentral, you can stay in touch with team members and customers no matter where they are in the United States. Our phone service New York coverage map includes the following areas:
This covers the Manhattan and Bronx areas of New York City.
Area Code 518
This overlays with area code 838 and covers the northeasternmost part of Upstate New York, including Albany, Glens Falls, Hamilton, Plattsburgh, Saratoga Springs, and Schenectady.
Area Code 585
This covers Rochester and the surrounding areas.
Area Code 914
This covers Dutchess, Nassau, Putnam, and Westchester counties.
Area Code 332
This covers most of the borough of Manhattan in New York City.
Area Code 845
This covers Hudson Valley and parts of Columbia, Delaware, Dutchess, Greene, and Sullivan counties.
Area Code 680
This covers the north-central area of New York, including Wayne County, Little Falls, Massena, Cortland, and Syracuse.
Area Code 607
This covers the Southern Tier of New York, including Binghamton, Corning, Elmira, Ithaca, Oneonta, and Waverly.
Area Code 929
This covers New York City boroughs of the Bronx, Brooklyn, Queens, and Staten Island, as well as the Marble Hill section of Manhattan.

RingCentral coverage in the New York 347 area code

Home to a combined population of 8,405,837 as of 2013 estimates, area code 347 and the other telephone codes included in the cluster serve around 946,029 registered companies in the boroughs, which represent 48.3% of the total number of firms in the State of New York (1,956,733).
As the world’s premier financial center, a great part of New York City is devoted to firms with high concentrations in fields such as banking, law, accountancy, media, advertising, arts, and technology. Its trendy neighborhoods are also filled with people who work in the central business district and tourists who want to take a bite of the Big Apple. As such, the high “foot traffic” has become a desirable trait of NYC, leading to an increasing number of business owners setting up shop here.
The area code number 347 was introduced in 1999 as an overlay to area codes 718, 917, and later 929. It is part of the North American Numbering Plan (NANP) that primarily serves the New York City boroughs of the Bronx, Brooklyn, Queens, and Staten Island, the Marble Hill section of Manhattan, as well as parts of Cambria Heights and Hicksville.
Previously, all of New York City used area code 212. It was then divided into multiple numbering plan areas to "prevent an impending exhaustion of telephone numbers."
Time zone
The New York area code follows the Eastern Standard Time, which is usually five hours behind UTC/GMT. During daylight savings time, all numbers assigned to this particular area code adhere to Eastern Daylight Time (EDT).
Understanding and navigating time zone differences, especially in a vast landscape like the United States, is paramount in managing work schedules, creating a healthy company culture, and making sure effective communication strategies are in place.
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