I actually had a Toll-Free number. If I had a choice, I would have kept it. However, the service provider gave me problems where my password changed 3 times, and I had to get customer service to reset it. I then had a nearly 2 week outage – all within the first quarter of the year. With that in mind, I felt that I should not spend $190/year on what is shoddy service. If I am going to provide a telephone number, it needs to work. It’s just that simple. Since the toll-free number used to provide for Canada, and the US, you can visit my [International] Numbers to call the best option for you. Note that none of my [International] Numbers support SMS/MMS.