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StarStar Numbers

August 2024

What are **Phone Numbers?

StarStar Phone Numbers for Nonprofits are short phone numbers, like 911 and 988, that begin with two stars.

These shortened numbers provide a quick and easy way for your organization’s clients or donors to connect with you.

**Phone Numbers are preferable to toll-free because they are:

  • Easier to remember;

  • Easier to dial; and,

  • Easier to brand.

Who Are **Phone Numbers For?

Our agency is the exclusive provider of **Phone #s to qualified nonprofit organizations in the United States. A 501(c)(3) approval letter is needed to be eligible. We reserve the right to disqualify nonprofit agencies that do not meet the requirements established by the wireless carriers or StarStar Mobile, see our terms and conditions for more details.

Reserve a **Phone Number.

Reserving a **Phone Number only costs $100.

Because Phone Numbers are being provisioned on a first-come, first-reserve basis, we recommend that if your agency is interested in a specific Phone Number, you submit a non-binding reservation as soon as possible.

Technology offered by Verizon Wireless, AT&T, and T-Mobile has made it possible for us to provision Phone Numbers to deserving nonprofit and governmental hotline, helpline and chat line services. Once Phone Numbers are branded people in need will easily remember the phone numbers of the services that they want to call. This opens the door for many more hotline services to help more people than ever before.


By taking a leadership role in the hotline industry, and by the working together with one another, the wireless carriers set an example for corporate America. The Big 3 demonstrate that even businesses with opposing interests can work together for the betterment of society. Verizon Wireless, AT&T, and T-Mobile may fight for customers, but they are showing corporate responsibility at the highest of levels.


**Phone Numbers exist only if the Big 3 agreed to share their technology to serve society. By working cooperatively, these titans of the wireless industry have made it possible for people in need of a hotline to call that hotline, from almost every cell phone in the country.


Having access to Mobiles' new geo-routing technology allows us to share one **Phone Numbers with multiple hotline providers. For example, providers of the same hotline service in one state can share the same **Phone Numbers with providers of the same hotline services in other states.


There are many state-based hotlines that provide a service that other providers provide in all 50 states. Instead of each state hotline service having its own phone number, they can now share the same Hotline phone number. By state-based hotlines sharing one Hotlines' phone number, people traveling from state to state will always know they can call the same **Hotline phone number to connect to the correct hotline service.

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