Grasshopper works on top of your current phone system, so you’ll still need to have an account with a provider to get calls (cell or landline). Only calls that are handled by Grasshopper are billed to your Grasshopper account. Your local and long distance carriers will continue to bill you for any service that they provide to you. If you transfer your local number(s) to Grasshopper your local carrier will be Grasshopper.
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- Do you offer a discount for nonprofit or tax exempt accounts?
- How can I reactivate my account?
- On your sign-up page, what does “1 number” mean with your plan? Is it 1 local AND 1 toll free?
- What does “No Long Term Contracts” mean?
- Do I need a landline to use your service?
- Do you take prepaid cards?
- Can I pay by check? Or can I pay with a PayPal account?
- Is Grasshopper HIPAA compliant?
- Hey! Why didn’t my discount code work?
- When will my Grasshopper number start working?