LUS Fiber says they are now offering more free, unlimited local calling areas for their business customers.

The new local calling area will now  include all areas within the 337 area code.

The company says making this change will make it easier for businesses when making calls as they will no longer need to use a 1 plus 337 when calling someone in that area code.

LUS Fiber says in addition to this they still have nationwide calling packages for the continental United States.

The new expanded calling area includes the following cities:

  • Abbeville, Anacoco, Arnaudville, Avery Island, Baldwin, Basile, Bell City, Branch, Breaux Bridge, Broussard, Cade, Cameron, Carencro, Cecilia, Centerville, Charenton, Chataignier, Church Point, Creole, Crowley, Delcambre, Dequincy,Deridder, Dry Creek, Duson, Egan, Elton, Erath, Estherwood, Eunice, Evangeline, Evans, Fenton, Fort Polk, Forked Island, Franklin, Garden City, Grand Chenier, Grand Coteau, Grant, Gueydan, Hackberry, Hayes, Henderson, Iota, Iowa, Jeanerette, Jennings, Kaplan, Kinder, Krotz Springs, Kurthwood, Lacassine, Lafayette, Lake Arthur, Lake Charles, Lawtell, Lebeau, Leblanc, Leesville, Leonville, Longville, Loreauville, Lydia, Mamou, Maurice, Melville, Mermentau, Merryville, Milton, Mittie, Morse, New Iberia, Newllano, Oberlin, Opelousas, Palmetto, Parks, Pecan Island, Perry, Pine Prairie, Port Barre, Ragley, Rayne, Reddell, Reeves, Roanoke, Rosepine, Saint Landry, Saint Martinville, Scott, Simpson, Singer, Slagle, Starks, Sugartown, Sulphur, Sunset, Turkey Creek, Ville Platte, Vinton, Washington, Welsh, Westlake, and Youngsville.

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