A new kind of local phone service

At ORICOM INTERNET, we’re redefining the concept of local calling. With 5 major local calling areas in Quebec, you’ve never been so close to your friends and family!

Local calling areas list

The following areas are all considered local calling areas. Calls made in these areas by the INTERNET ORICOM subscribers are not long distance calls and they are free !

Quebec region
Boischatel
Charny
Loretteville
Levis
Notre-Dame-des-Laurentides
Quebec
St-Ferreol-les-neiges
St-Jean-de-l'Ile-d'Orleans
St-Lambert-de-Lauzon
St-Nicolas
Ste-Anne-de-Beaupre
Ste-Catherine-de-la-Jacques-Cartier
Ste-Petronille
Stoneham
Valcartier
Montreal region
Beloeil
Boucherville
Chambly
Chomedey
Ile-Perrot
Lachine
La Prairie
Laval
Longueuil
Marieville
Montreal
Pointe-Claire
Pont-Viau
Roxboro
St-Bruno
St-Lambert
St-Marc
St-Vincent-de-Paul
Ste-Genevieve-de-Berthier
Ste-Julie-de-Vercheres
Ste-Rose
Valleyfield
Varennes
Saguenay region
Chicoutimi
La Baie
Jonquiere
 
 
Other regions
Sherbrooke
Trois-Rivieres

Here’s an easy way to tell if you’re making a local call:

Dial the phone number without dialing 1 before the area code. If the other person’s phone rings, it’s a local call!

Keep your existing number

If you want to use IP telephony as your main home phone line, you can transfer your existing number to our service. Once your number is transferred, you can cancel your service with your old provider. You can keep the phone number that everyone knows!

To see if your current number can be transferred to Oricom Internet’s phone service, enter your three-digit area code as well as the first three numbers of your current phone number. Note: you can only transfer a cell phone number if you have a monthly subscription plan. You cannot transfer “pay as you go” cell phone numbers.