Get Multiple Phone Numbers for Your Cell Phone
August 16, 2007 3:26 PM | Services |
|Do you have more two cell phones where you use one cell phone for your job or business and the other for your personal calls? Ever wished you could use one cell phone for both where your cell phone can have multiple phone numbers? |
Or have you ever wished to make your business calls from your cell phone, however, your company land-line phone number will show on the caller ID instead of your cell phone, thus keeping your cell phone number private? Well TalkPlus allows you to accomplish this.
TalkPlus will give you an entirely new, separate number for your existing mobile phone. You can both send and receive calls with it, so it works just like your regular mobile number.
Set up TalkPlus to make calls using a number that you already own, such as your home or office number. This number will appear on your recipient’s caller ID, making it appear that you are calling from your home or office.
Your new number can be from any area code in the United States. You can pick the area code for where you live, work, or go to school. Or pick a number from where you'd like to be. Easily screen calls by setting up rules like automatically sending callers to voicemail, to a busy signal, or to another phone number.
Every TalkPlus Number has a unique voicemail box, with special features that make it easy for you to find and manage voicemail. The web-based TalkPlus Contact Center is where you can easily manage your phonebook, review voicemail, and set up your call screens.
Use your TalkPlus number for as long as you like; change your number to a different one whenever you want. Use TalkPlus to hold conference calls on your mobile phone with up to ten participants. Calls are easy to set up and very affordable.
TalkPlus also offer mirror numbers where you can put your home or business number on your mobile phone. With TalkPlus Mirror Numbers, you can take a number that you already own, such as your home or business number, and use it to make calls from your mobile phone. When you make a call, this is the number that appears on the recipient's caller ID.
TalkPlus does require you to authenticate these numbers, so that you only make calls from numbers that are truly yours. Mirror Numbers can only be used for making outbound calls. When a caller makes a call to a Mirror Number, the original phone (such as your home or business phone) will ring.
Mirror numbers are important to individuals who may want to protect their mobile number, or have people return calls to a landline phone. An example is a doctor calling patients using the clinic's main number
A physician likes to make calls to patients from her TalkPlus-enabled mobile phone, since it is more convenient. However, she prefers that the clinic's phone number appears on the caller ID. That way, if the patient calls back, they call the clinic's phone line. This ensures that the patient reaches a live person for their return call and that the physician is not disturbed when they are working with other patients.
Visit TalkPlus for more information at http://www.talkplus.com.