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Get an area code 678 business number for Atlanta. Why? Here are just some reasons:

The capital of Georgia is a vibrant city, vital for global economy and a major transport hub. The Hartsfield-Jackson International Airport ranks as the world’s busiest airport since 1998, and the city’s proximity to the port of Savannah provides even more transport links.

Atlanta is considered one of the major nods in the global economic system (it ranks #8 in the US, and # 36 in the world). Its population is just 463 878 people, but the Atlanta Metropolitan Area is home to over 5.5 million, which makes it the ninth largest in the United States. The median household income is around 46 000 USD per year, but the cost of living for such major expenses as housing, food, gasoline and clothing is below the national average and well below other global centers.

Over 50% of the population has a college degree (or above). In addition, the city is home to 30 colleges and universities, both public and private, including the Georgia Institute of Technology, Georgia State University and Emory University, and has a large percentage of college-age population, which makes it even more attractive for business.

There are many reasons to start a business in Atlanta. The combination of a low cost of living and a great climate are at the top of everyone’s list. The transport links are extremely efficient, although traffic can still be frustrating. Atlanta can offer low taxes, a well-oiled technology infrastructure.

Twenty Fortune 500 companies have headquarters in Georgia, and over 440 of the 500 Fortune have major operations in the state. The Home Depot, UPS, Coca Cola, Delta Airlines, AT&T – all these corporate giants have their HQs in Atlanta. In addition to being a logistics hub, Atlanta is a major media and entertainment center. CNN and Turner Broadcasting System are located here. Tax incentives attract producers and filmmakers. Film and television productions injected 6 billion dollars into Georgia’s economy, and Atlanta’s studios and production facilities got the lion’s share of the projects. So if you come across a zombie on the street, don’t worry – it’s probably just an extra on The Walking Dead.

Atlanta is also one of the fastest-growing technology and mobility centers in the US. The city has over 13000 tech companies. The proximity of Georgia Tech and Emory University make the city a perfect place for bioscience and health IT. These two industries combined provide the state with over 150 000 jobs and around 30 billion dollars of reported revenues just in 2015. Architecture, design services, engineering – these industries with a relatively low entry barrier are also very popular.

According to the survey, Atlanta is one of the friendliest cities for small business. The survey assessed various factors including zoning, ease of starting a business, licensing, tax code, ease of hiring, health and safety and some others. Both the Big Peach and its home state scored an A-.

Built in 1836 as the “zero milepost” for the new Western and Atlantic Railroad, Atlanta was almost completely burned during the Civil War. It was an indispensable part of the Allied effort in WWII and was at the core of the Civil Rights Movement. No matter what setbacks it suffered, the city always rebuilt and grew. Its motto is Resurgens – which means “rising again” in Latin.


Atlanta, Georgia


city population
456002 people (country rank: 39th) (2014 estimate)
urban area population
3.5 million people (Atlanta (GA) urban area) (country rank: 11th) (2000 estimate)
metro area population
5.359 million people (Atlanta metro area) (country rank: 9th) (2011 estimate)


Administrative regions

Fulton County (92.9% of city population)
DeKalb County (7.1% of city population)
state - Georgia
country - United States

Economic properties

median home price
$139500 (Atlanta metro area) (annual change: +37.57%) (2013) unemployment rate
5.1% (May 2016) total sales tax rate

Other indicators

total rate of violent crime
3 × national average (2009 estimate) total rate of property crime
2.2 × national average (2009 estimate) average daily traffic delay
8.4 min/(person day)

470, 404, 678 is a Atlanta, Georgia area code(s). MightyCall can provide you a great variety of local phone numbers in Atlanta,Georgia.

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Yes, if the number is within our coverage area.

Atlanta number or a toll free number: what to choose?

MightyCall offers both, but it really depends on what you need. If you want to give your company a local feel, a local number is the way to go. If, on the other hand, you want your business sound like a national company, a toll free number is what you need.

Does the Atlanta phone number belong to me or to MightyCall?

The number belongs to you, no matter if it is local or toll-free. Well, technically, it belongs to the NANPA, but as long as you don’t incur debt with your carrier, the number is yours, and you can transfer it to another provider. This also applies to any number you acquire from MightyCall.

Local Numbers in Atlanta For Your Business

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A local Atlanta phone number from Mightycall can help you appear as a multi-business that has local knowledge and can provide quick turnaround for your clients. Mightycall has local numbers for all states and cities including Atlanta that can be used with our cloud phone system for small business.

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Use a Local Phone Number to:

  1. Inspire Trust in Your Business

    Research has shown that consumers often feel more comfortable calling a business that has a local phone number because they believe a local business is more likely to provide personalized service. For example, a real estate agent in Los Angeles with a local area code may be more attractive to prospects because their business number indicates an understanding of local nuances. Use a local number to reinforce that your business is a neighborhood business that prospects and customers can trust.

  2. Compete with Large Companies

    If the service your company offers would benefit from appearing as a neighborhood business, like a real estate office in Atlanta, then choosing a local phone number can give you a real edge over any non-local or national competitors.

  3. Save Money While Your Business Grows

    It can be expensive to set up brick and mortar stores in all the locations you want to conduct business in. To avoid the expense and inconvenience of opening additional office locations, you can get multiple local numbers with Mightycall. Your business can be national but still feel local.

  4. Forward your local Atlanta number to any phone
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