Keep your personal life private!
Most of us only have one phone number, and we probably don’t want to share that one number with everyone. A disposable second number is awfully useful for one-time conversations, or the early stages of online dating. Or perhaps you’re starting your own business and need a separate work number.
If you want a way to separate your calls without shelling out an expensive monthly fee for a second line, there is Fanytel app that can give you an additional number on the cheap.
Fanytel is an app available for iOS and Android that allows you to pick a US Phone Number from any area code you desire, and whenever someone calls it, Fanytel will forward them to your phone, wherever you are. It’s easy to use, secure, and you can use it to register with WhatsApp, Telegram and other messaging services.
This is how a virtual number works?
A virtual phone number does not require a SIM card or a physical address. It allows you to make real calls between people using secure internet technology.
A virtual number takes private calls over VoIP (Voice over Internet Protocol). This is basically the same proven technology that is used to make calls and send text messages via iMessage, WhatsApp and Google Voice.
VoIP is booming because it allows you to communicate in real time using your existing broadband connection.
Through a cloud communications provider, your private calls are digitized and connected via the internet and the traditional telephone network.
Over the years, a number of VoIP codecs have provided richer call quality without consuming a lot of data. As US telephone numbers are portable, there is no need to convert them.
This process is called number portability, which means that any VoIP provider can port your business phone number.
So you do not need a wired Ethernet connection to receive calls using your VoIP phone number. As long as you have a fast and reliable data transmission environment, such as 4G LTE or Wi-Fi, you can make calls. In this way, you can receive calls from your mobile phone using a virtual phone number.