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Establish a local presence in Los Angeles

Area code 323

Want to get a local business presence in LA-adjacent areas of California? With Dialpad, you can get a business phone number with the 323 area code in just a few minutes. Try Dialpad for free to get set up with a local state of California number!

Local phone numbers for area code 323: Perfect for sales and customer teams

Need a local phone number with a California area code? What if we told you that you can get a local number included with your cloud phone system?

How it works

All of Dialpad’s paid plans come with a local number included, in this case a phone number with a local 323 area code, and start at only $15/user/month—which includes unlimited calling in the US and Canada!

And that’s not all. You’re also getting an AI-powered collaboration platform that lets you make phone calls, have video meetings, send SMS/MMS and team messages, and more—all from one beautifully designed desktop or mobile app:

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Ready to establish a presence in major cities like Los Angeles?

Let’s first look at why you might need a 323 area code.

Where is area code 323?

Area code 323 is in the Pacific time zone, serving Los Angeles and some surrounding cities. The prefix was launched by the California Public Utilities Commission (CPUC) as an overlay for the 213 area code and covers some of the same geographic area.

As well as the city of Los Angeles, there are a few other area code 323 cities, including:

  • Bell
  • East Los Angeles
  • Florence-Graham
  • Huntington Park
  • Montebello
  • South Gate
  • Westmont

All your essential communications features, included with every Dialpad local business number

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A truly unified platform

Dialpad gives you all the communications channels you need in one robust app, including phone calls, video conferencing, SMS/MMS and instant messaging, and even contact center AI if you need it.

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Plays nice with any device

Use Dialpad’s desktop and mobile app across iOS, Android, PC, and Mac—or just use your web browser to join a call or video meeting, no downloads needed.

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Easy call forwarding

Never miss a call again. Dialpad’s call forwarding feature lets you choose up to five external numbers, so you can have calls automatically forwarded to your cell phone or landline, a colleague, or another department.

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Flexible call routing

Smart call routing gets your callers to the right department or person—without you having to lift a finger. With Dialpad, you can easily route calls to agents, voicemail, or a department—and also make changes to your IVR, right from your online dashboard.

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Shield your personal number

With Dialpad, you can make work calls from your personal cell phone—while showing your 323 area code work number and protecting your privacy.

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Real-time call transcription

Dialpad’s built-in AI is built by our own team and integrated directly into the communications platform to transcribe calls and video meetings—in real-time. This way, you don't have to be distracted with note-taking and can give them your full attention (and Dialpad even detects highlights and action items).

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Voicemail transcriptions

When you're in back-to-back meetings all day, you can't always listen to every voicemail. Dialpad's visual voicemail feature transcribes your voicemails into text, so you can quickly read them when it isn't convenient to listen to them. (It even emails the audio and text versions to you!)

Get more than a 323 area code number

Try all these features out in Dialpad's AI-powered collaboration platform! Sign up for a 14-day free trial to take it for a test drive. It takes just a few minutes, and you'll be set up with a 323 number too. Or, take a self-guided interactive tour of Dialpad to play with the app on your own first!

Why your business needs a California area code

If you want to target Los Angeles and the areas surrounding it, it makes sense to get a local number for that area code—even if your business isn’t located there.

Whether they’re in East Los Angeles or South Gate, LA-adjacent California-based customers can dial you without worrying about long-distance charges. Plus, customers and prospects are more likely to answer local calls if you're using a local-looking phone number with a recognizable Los Angeles or California area code.

The 323 area code in particular covers a significant Hispanic-American population, so if your business wants to reach this group of customers and prospects, you should look into getting a 323 number for your customer-facing or sales teams.

Get your 323 area code business phone number in 4 easy steps

It’s super-easy to look up area codes and add a local number in Dialpad. When you sign up for a free 14-day trial, which takes just a few minutes, you’ll also be set up with a phone number with your area code of choice—in this case, a 323 area code.

Or, if you’re already with Dialpad, area code lookup and local number activation are also really easy. To add another VoIP number, just:

Step 1. Navigate to Settings

Step 2. Choose “Add a Number”

Step 3. Check your local licenses and add a business phone line

Step 4. Confirm the new phone number or select it from the Change menu.

That’s it!

Get a communications platform along with your 323 area code number




$20 USD if billed monthly

1 License Minimum

  • Unlimited calling2
  • Call controls (call forwarding, transfer, hold, mute)
  • Custom voicemail greeting
  • Voicemail transcription
  • G Suite & Office 365 integrations
  • Fax (add-on)1
  • Custom off-hours routing


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100 License Minimum

All Pro plan features, plus:

  • 100% uptime Service Level Agreements (SLA)
  • Extensions
  • Unlimited office locations
  • Enhanced 24/7 Phone Support
  • Unlimited ring groups (departments)
  • Azure Integration
  • IAM/SSO Integrations (Okta, OneLogin)
  • Retention policies