The new phone for business.

Simple and delightful business phone for startups, small businesses and individuals.


Join professionals at these companies relying on OpenPhone

Private and shared
phone numbers.

Get a supercharged business phone number instead. Use OpenPhone to assign numbers to individuals and teams in your company.


Phone numbers for individuals

Give the members within your company their own supercharged business phone numbers.

Phone numbers for groups

Give multiple members in your company access to the same business phone number.

US, Canadian, toll-free, or bring your own

Find the perfect phone number or port your existing one to OpenPhone for free. We've been porting a lot and we enjoy every single one ;)

Michael Seibel
CEO, Y Combinator

“Just a piece of advice. I used my personal cell number as the company number and I still regret it a decade later (I get so many stupid calls). Don’t do what I did. I wish I had a service like this 10 years ago!”

Unlimited messaging and calling.

Use OpenPhone on mobile or desktop anywhere you are in the world.


Know it's a business call

No surprises. Know when it's a business or personal call.

Voicemail to text

We transcribe your voicemail and text them to you to save you from having to replay an audio 5 times.

Keyboard shortcuts

OpenPhone is built to save you time. Get through your inbox quickly using  keyboard shortcuts on the web.

Business hours

Set your business hours, avoid calls when you are off.

Mark unread and done

Remove the clutter in your inbox and never forget to respond to an important message.

Search Coming Soon

Find any contact, message, voicemail or call transcript instantly.

Jonathon Barkl
Co-Founder and CEO, AirGarage

"Loving the app so far. Switched over from another service and OpenPhone has a much better UI and is all around much faster. Would love support for multiple users on a team and ability to mark tickets as done in the future."

Integrated into your workflow.

We wanted to make it easy to connect the phone into other tools you already use.


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