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Phoner: Second Phone Number makes it easy to sign up for a Michigan local number in minutes. Simply download the app and start calling and texting today!

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Michigan Phone Numbers

Use cases for a Michigan second phone number include dating, buying and selling goods online, and small businesses. Michigan has 12 area codes that cover the entire state. The larger cities have several local area codes that cover the region, while the more dispersed regions of the state have fewer phone number area codes. Check out some stats about Michigan and how you can get a local number quickly and easily.

Michigan area codes are helpful for businesses looking to expand and grow across the state. You can use a local Michigan number to separate life and business - as you can keep your work conversations in one place and life conversations with friends in a separate place.

A local number is a different phone number that is specific to a region, county or city. Each temporary US phone number is distinguished by three digits that precede the actual phone number.

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What Michigan area code numbers are available?

Call and text people in Michigan with a local phone number. Below is a full summary of the local Michigan area codes:


This MI area code covers the northwestern portion of the state including Muskegon, Norton Shores, and Traverse City.


Serving the southeast cities of Michigan including Troy, Farmington Hills, Southfield, Rochester Hills, and Pontiac.


This Michigan area code serves the southwest region including Kalamazoo, Battle Creek, and Portage.


Covers Detroit, MI and most of its closest suburbs in Wayne County.


Located in south central Michigan and covers the state capital, Lansing, as well as East Lansing, Eaton Rapids, and Jackson.


Just North of Detroit, this area code covers Macomb Township and Saint Clair Shores.


This MI area code serves metropolitan Grand Rapids, as well as Wyoming and Kentwood.


This area code covers southeast Michigan and includes Ann Arbor, Westland, and Southgate.


Covering the central-east of Michigan and includes Flint, Port Huron, and Burton.


Area code that provides coverage to the Upper Peninsula. It includes the cities of Marquette, Sault Ste. Marie, and Escanaba


An overlay for area code 248. Serves Pontiac and the surrounding area.


This area code serves a large rural area that includes Saginaw, Midland, and Bay City.

Use cases

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Buying + Selling

Avoid spam + clingy men / women by using Phoner to stay safe while dating. Give your Phoner number to matches from online dating sites while you chat. After you meet up, you can give them your real number once you verify that you want to text or call them.

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Get a work or business phone number. No more guessing who is calling or texting you - keep work separate from play. Get your personal time back, set up business hours and a second caller ID just for business clients.

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Online dating

If you’re selling on Craigslist, Ebay, Facebook Marketplace, stay safe by giving out a Phoner number for people to contact you through. You can delete and create different numbers for each time you sell so that buyers don’t spam you after the item is sold.

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Build a local presence

Using a local phone number strengthens your presence in a particular local area. Reaching out to your target audience or friends with this number increases the chances of them answering the call. Individuals are more inclined to pick up the phone when they perceive it's a local business calling. If they don't recognize the number, they might be hesitant to respond.

What are some of the most popular industries in Michigan?

Michigan has a diverse economy with several industries contributing to its growth and development. Here are some of the most popular industries in Michigan:

  1. Automotive Manufacturing: Michigan is renowned as the center of the U.S. automotive industry. The state is home to major automakers, including General Motors, Ford, and Fiat Chrysler Automobiles. Automotive manufacturing, research and development, and related supply chain activities play a significant role in Michigan's economy.

  2. Advanced Manufacturing: Michigan has a strong presence in advanced manufacturing, including industries such as aerospace, defense, machinery, and robotics. The state's skilled workforce and advanced manufacturing capabilities attract companies involved in high-tech manufacturing processes.

  3. Healthcare and Medical Services: Michigan has a well-developed healthcare industry, with hospitals, medical centers, research institutions, and healthcare providers serving the population. The state is known for its specialized healthcare services, medical research, and cutting-edge medical technologies.

  4. Tourism and Hospitality: Michigan's natural beauty, including the Great Lakes, national parks, and recreational areas, attracts tourists. The state offers various outdoor activities, boating, fishing, skiing, and cultural attractions. The tourism and hospitality industry includes hotels, resorts, restaurants, and recreational services.

  5. Agriculture and Food Processing: Michigan has a strong agricultural sector, producing a variety of crops, including corn, soybeans, dairy products, fruits, and vegetables. The state also has a significant food processing industry, contributing to its agricultural value chain.

  6. Renewable Energy: Michigan is making strides in renewable energy, particularly in wind power and solar energy. The state has wind farms, solar projects, and initiatives promoting clean and sustainable energy sources.

  7. Aerospace and Defense

  8. Information Technology and Software Development

  9. Logistics and Transportation

  10. Education and Research

Other notable industries in Michigan include aerospace and defense, information technology and software development, logistics and transportation, education and research, retail, construction, professional services, advanced materials, defense contracting, and manufacturing of consumer goods. These industries collectively contribute to Michigan's economy, job opportunities, and overall development.

How to get a Michigan number

  1. Download the Phoner Second Phone Number app on iOS, Android, Desktop
  2. Search by state for the Michigan number that you need
  3. Purchase the number that is perfect for you
  4. Use the Phoner app to communicate with friends, family, and customers
    1. a. Send texts and make phone calls like you already do on your current phone
    2. b. Use additional features like Caller ID and Call Recorder to simplify your life
  5. Communicate with ease!

Why you should sign up for a Michigan number through Phoner

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Set up as many local Michigan phone numbers as you need in minutes, not hours. 

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Record calls to listen to later. Perfect for business, work, or side projects. 

Multiple Numbers, One Device

  1. You can set up and activate multiple phone numbers, in multiple area codes, on your current phone. No need to purchase a second device.
  2. Keep your current phone number and add Michigan local numbers.

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Frequently asked questions about local numbers

How do I get a local Michigan phone number?

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Download Phoner here, select a ‘United States’ number followed by ‘Michigan’ as the state. Once you have chosen an area code you can choose a number of your choice. Once you have selected a number to make calls or send texts you can subscribe and enjoy a 3 day free trial.

Can you buy a local Michigan phone number?

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Yes you can. To purchase a number, download Phoner here, select a ‘United States’ number followed by ‘Michigan’ as the state. Once you have chosen an area code you can choose a number of your choice. Once you have selected a number to make calls or send texts you can subscribe and enjoy a 3 day free trial.

What are the Michigan local area codes?

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You can find the Michigan local area codes here

How many Michigan phone numbers can I have?

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Phoner allows you to have as many Michigan phone numbers as you want. You can keep as little as one Michigan local number, or as many as five or six if you like!

You can think of Phoner a "one device, many numbers". To add another Michigan number, simply tap on "Select new Phoner number", then choose "Michigan" from the list of US states, and pick a number in a local Michigan area code that you like. The number will be automatically added to your account for you to call and text from.

Can I port my existing Michigan number to Phoner?

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Yes, you can port your current phone number to Phoner. This simply means moving your existing phone number from your current provider and hosting it within the Phoner platform. We are working on an automated process, for now please email our support team so they can manually port your number.

What Michigan area code numbers are available?

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With Phoner you can get a phone number from any area code in Michigan (or any state) without needing to live there. Get local Michigan phone numbers in minutes.

Phoner opens up a lot of possibilities - without needing to live somewhere to access certain area codes. You can now get a work phone number, small business phone number, phone number for buying & selling goods on Craigslist, Facebook, eBay using a local Michigan phone number while living anywhere in the United States.