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$2599/month
Each minute $1.25
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  • Pay only for the calls you receive.

150 Minutes

$15099/month
Additional minutes 99¢
  • 24/7 Live Answering Service
  • Custom Scripting
  • Average of 100 calls monthly*

500 Minutes

$47599/month
Additional minutes 99¢
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  • Custom Scripting
  • Average of 334 calls monthly*

1,000 Minutes

$94099/month
Additional minutes 99¢
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  • Custom Scripting
  • Average of 667 calls monthly*

2,000 Minutes

$1,80099/month
Additional minutes 99¢
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  • Average of 1,334 calls monthly*

*Based on the national average of one minute and thirty seconds.

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Fun Facts About New Orleans, LA

In 1796, New Orleans became the first city to host Opera in the United States.

The First Mardi Gras Parade took place in New Orleans on Shrove Tuesday in 1938.

Named after the French ruler Orléans, the city features a lot of French influence in its cuisines and Creole culture.

The Guinness World Records have declared lake Pontchartrain Causeway near the city of New Orleans as the longest continuous bridge in the world.

The Superdome in New Orleans is the largest enclosed stadium in the world.

The phrase ‘Dixieland’ comes from the name ‘Dix’ that was the currency of Louisiana back when the states were using their money.

The submarine sandwich, which is also called ‘sub’ or the ‘grinder,’ is known as “po’boy.” in New Orleans.

New Orleans was the largest city in the Confederate States of America during the American Civil War.

The Voodoo culture was introduced in New Orleans by the 1800’s voodoo queens. Of the queens, Marie Laveau became more prominent as she overthrew other queens to become the sole oracle.

Population: 391,006

Area Codes: 504

Zip Codes: 70032, 70043, 70112, 70113, 70115, 70116, 70117, 70118, 70119, 70122, 70124, 70125, 70126, 70127, 70128, 70129, 70130, 70131, 70139, 70142, 70145, 70146, 70148, 70150, 70156, 70157, 70158, 70159, 70160, 70161, 70162, 70163, 70164, 70165, 70166, 70167, 70170, 70172, 70174, 70175, 70176, 70177, 70178, 70179, 70182, 70184, 70185, 70186, 70187, 70189, 70190, 70195, 70458, 70461

Nearby Cities: Gretna, LA; Harvey, LA; Terrytown, LA; Marrero, LA; Jefferson, LA; Metairie, LA; Westwego, LA; Chalmette, LA; Harahan, LA; Estelle, LA; River Ridge, LA; Waggaman, LA; Kenner, LA; Laplace, LA; Mandeville, LA

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