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El Paso, Texas is in the 915 area code in El Paso County, Texas.
Nextiva local phone numbers can enhance your business presence with the professional appearance and image of a larger company. Our complete digital phone solutions make it simple to operate your business anywhere in the country. While your company may be physically located in Chicago, Illinois, a local presence may also be established in El Paso, Texas. Nextiva makes it possible to forward your new El Paso phone number, and any others your company may have, to any location where you or your staff happen to be.
A Nextiva local phone number in the City of El Paso, Texas will give your business a local phone number presence, regardless of where your business is located or you may be traveling. Best of all, every Nextiva phone number comes with the most advanced PBX features, without the usual high costs.
Approximately 613,910 live in El Paso, the sixth largest city in Texas and the 22nd largest city in the United States. Job growth continues to rise in the health care, trade, business and telecommunications industries.
Over 70 Fortune 500 firms have offices in the El Paso area, including Eureka, Boeing, The Hoover Company and Delphi (an auto parts company). Other industries in El Paso include food production, construction materials, plastics, electronic and medical equipment and plastics. Call center operations such as EchoStar, MCI/GC Services and West Telemarketing make up 7 of the top 10 business employers in the El Paso region.
The Operational Headquarters of Helen of Troy Limited health care products manufacturer (OXO, Dr. Scholls, Vidal Sassoon, Sunbeam) is headquartered in El Paso, as is Western Refining. The corporate headquarters of Wrangler, Spira Footwear and the El Paso Saddle Blanket Co. are also located there.
Education has also become an important force for El Paso's economy and school districts are among the largest businesses, employing over 19,000 people. The Fort Bliss military installation is also a major contributor to the El Paso region's economy, as well as the federal government's Immigration and Naturalization Service (INS), the Drug Enforcement Agency (DEA) and the Customs and Border Protection Agency (CBP), from which jobs are expected to continue to rise in excess of 65,000.