City numbers in Switzerland

The new year is bringing with it new functionality, and for our clients that means Swiss city numbers. You can now buy landline numbers in Zurich with the +4143 code.

Maybe you’re wondering why the Swiss would need a city number for Zurich. It’s a rich country, boasting Europe’s third highest GDP per capita, and making a few international calls certainly won’t bankrupt them. But the issue isn't money, though that's important as well; it's psychology.


No matter the country we live in, it’s always simpler and easier to call a local number. To start with, it’s familiar. When you call, you assume someone will answer in your language. It’s also easier to dial a local number than it is to punch in the 10-12 digits you need to call another country. In other words, you don’t have to take a single step outside your comfort zone when you pick up the phone.


Because of all that, your clients are far more likely to call a local number than they are to call a completely different country. If you’re looking to expand your business into a particular region or country, local numbers are the way to go.


There’s one more thing: when clients see a local number, they think you have an office in Switzerland (in reality, you’re sitting somewhere off in Zimbabwe). That’s what’s called having a “virtual presence”. You may have never been to Switzerland, and you may never plan on going, but there’s nothing keeping you from buying a Swiss city number to get closer to your clients.


Dzinga customers will soon have access to numbers for Greece, Hungary, Belgium, and Portugal. You often ask us about buying German landlines, but for now the answer is: we’re working on it.


Here are the countries we currently have available numbers:

  • Denmark
  • Latvia
  • Lithuania
  • Norway
  • Poland
  • Finland
  • Czech Republic
  • Sweden
  • Switzerland
  • Estonia
Tip

To get started, please fill in all the fields and accept the Terms and Conditions.

×
Tip

To complete the registration, please enter the verification code we sent via SMS, or request a new code.

×