New York City, New York
8.491 million people (country rank: 1st) (2014 estimate)
urban area population
17.8 million people (New York urban area) (country rank: 1st) (2000 estimate)
metro area population
19.02 million people (New York metro area) (country rank: 1st) (2011 estimate)
Kings County (Brooklyn) (30.8% of city population)
Queens County (Queens) (27.8% of city population)
New York County (Manhattan) (19.2% of city population)
Bronx County (The Bronx) (16.6% of city population)
Richmond County (Staten Island) (5.5% of city population)
state - New York
country - United States
median home price
$465700 (New York metro area) (annual change: +4.68%) (2013) unemployment rate
4.4% (May 2016) total sales tax rate
total rate of violent crime
1.4 × national average (2009 estimate) total rate of property crime
0.59 × national average (2009 estimate) average daily traffic delay
9.7 min/(person day)
Jersey City, New Jersey
7 miles west-northwest
254441 people Newark, New Jersey
13 miles west-northwest
277727 people North Hempstead, New York
17 miles northeast
228011 people Yonkers, New York
20 miles north
198449 people Oyster Bay, New York
24 miles east-northeast
302564 people Philadelphia, Pennsylvania
78 miles southwest
1.548 million people (straight-line distances between city centers)
9 miles north-northeast John F. Kennedy International Airport
9 miles east-southeast Newark Liberty International Airport
12 miles west Teterboro Airport
14 miles north-northwest Long Island MacArthur Airport
45 miles east-northeast (straight-line distances between city center and airport)
New York University Medical Center
6 miles north-northwest New York-Presbyterian Hospital
7 miles north Mount Sinai Hospital
9 miles north Staten Island University Hospital
10 miles southwest Long Island Jewish Medical Center
14 miles east-northeast (straight-line distances between city center and hospital)
Notable company headquarters
177800 employees (Q2 2014)
$123.6 billion per year (Q2 2014) JPMorgan Chase
251196 employees (Q4 2013)
$93.72 billion per year (Q2 2014) Citigroup
251000 employees (Q4 2013)
$75.13 billion per year (Q2 2014) MetLife
65000 employees (Q4 2013)
$70.15 billion per year (Q2 2014) American International Group
64000 employees (Q4 2013)
$67.69 billion per year (Q2 2014)
646, 929, 347 is a New York, New York area code(s). MightyCall can provide you a great variety of local phone numbers in New York,New York.
Do you have all New York area codes?
We offer local numbers in many cities and towns across the US. You can look at the availabilities on our website or call us, and we will help you find the right number for you.
Can I transfer my New York telephone number to MightyCall?
Yes, if the number is within our coverage area.
New York 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 New York 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 New York For Your Business
Get a New York Phone Number for Your Business – Establish a Local Presence
A local New York 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 New York that can be used with our cloud phone system for small business.
Get a New York phone number from Mightycall today and enjoy!
Use a Local Phone Number to:
- 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.
- Compete with Large Companies
If the service your company offers would benefit from appearing as a neighborhood business, like a real estate office in New York, then choosing a local phone number can give you a real edge over any non-local or national competitors.
- 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.
- Forward your local New York number to any phone
- Establish a local presence for customers in New York
- Send texts from your New York number
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Best small business phone system in New York
Strong Communication with Customers is Essential
To ensure customers can easily reach your company representatives in New York, you need a quality phone system. Many basic calling features are included with these systems, such as call transferring, automated attendants, and customizable voicemail messages. Many systems provide more advanced capabilities, including unified messaging, computer-integration, and instant-messaging tools.
Collaboration with Employees and Customers
The best phone systems for your office provide tools to more easily share and access information. Also, look for business phone plans that integrate with your mobile devices. Many systems allow you to forward calls to your cellular devices so you will never miss an important call again.
Giving your Customers a Better Experience
People are busy, and your customers demand getting through to the right person, within a timely manner. Call transferring capabilities, hold music and customizable voicemail messages are just a few options that can make a system comparable to others on the market. Furthermore, you will want to look closely at the number of users the phone system can handle. If your company exceeds that number or has growth potential, it may not be the best solution for you.
When choose the right phone system for your small business, analyze each system based on the following factors:
- Level of service
- Customer service
- Calling features
- Computer integration
- Mobile access
- Ease of use
Mightycall offers everything a small business would want in a phone system. The service is a cloud-based virtual phone system designed to simplify and improve customer access to support. With its mobile app, MightyCall consolidates client contact channels and captures ever customer call, email and social media interaction, ensuring that every issue is handled in a timely fashion. Key features include SMS contact, a direct website dialing widget, smart call forwarding, customized voicemails and call recording. For both a local and national presence, you can have toll-free and local numbers for your business. Other features include an auto-receptionist, music on hold, conference calling, call forwarding, call screening, voicemail and fax to email. Mightycall’s phone system doesn't require expensive PBX hardware or a trained IT staff to set up and maintain. All that's needed is high-speed Internet access and IP phones. The service comes complete with all the features and tools a small business needs in a phone system.