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Indianapolis is the 317 area code, as the capital of the U.S. State of Indiana, in Marion County.
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A Nextiva local phone number in the City of Indianapolis, Indiana 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.
With an estimated population of 798,382, Indianapolis is Indiana's largest city, the 14th largest in the U.S., and third largest in the Midwest behind Chicago and Detroit.
Indianapolis was known for its government, industry and manufacturing centered economy for many years. The city has diversified greatly, and now contributes to education, health care, and finance. Tourism is a vital part of its economy and Indianapolis hosts numerous conventions and sporting events, including the annual Indianapolis 500-Mile Race.
The largest industry sectors in Indianapolis are manufacturing, health care, social services and the retail trades which add to its vibrant wholesale, administrative, support, waste management, professional, scientific, and technical services businesses.
Some of the many companies headquartered in Indianapolis include pharmaceutical manufacturer Eli Lilly and Company, wireless firm Brightpoint, health insurance provider Wellpoint, life insurance firm American United Life, Republic Airways, and real estate companies Simon Property Group & Hunt Construction Group, Finish Line, Duke Realty and Teleservices Direct.
The National Association of Home Builders and Wells Fargo ranked Indianapolis as the most affordable major housing market in the U.S. for the fourth quarter of 2009. Forbes magazine ranked the city as the sixth best for jobs in 2008. In 2009, Indianapolis was ranked first on CNN/Money's list of the top 10 cities to live in for recent graduates.