5 Apps that let you make calls without giving your original number
Sometimes you need to make a call to someone you are not familiar with and you don’t want that person to know your real number. Once that person has your real phone number, it can lead to months and months of unwanted phone calls. You use your real phone number for work, for your business accounts and your private life. You can’t just terminate your real phone number and get a new one! Think about the hassle of contacting everyone you know and all the places you do business with just to tell them you changed your phone number? Wouldn’t it be nice to be able to make an anonymous calland protect your real number?
iPhone gives an option to disable the while making calls. To access this feature go toSettings – Phone – Show my caller ID – Enable/Disable
Using this option one can show or hide the caller details depending upon the support on the Network Carrier!
Hushed is the one that favorite of most users. Hushed having vast service spectrum over 40 countries and its okay to use Hushed for long distance calls because the charge is very low.
Check out here to install Hushed
Burner enables users to create one or more virtual phone numbers on their smartphones. Each Burner number is capable of inbound and outbound voice calls and text messages to other phone numbers, and some of our numbers are equipped with MMS picture messaging capability.
Burner numbers interoperate with the PSTN, meaning the person a Burner user is calling or texting does not need to be using Burner. Burner numbers function, in effect, like any other phone number.
Burner users may select an area code for any number they create. Burner is a free download (either from iTunes or Google Play) and the first number is free for a trial period; thereafter we offer various in-app purchases and subscription options to extend or get more numbers.
Sideline is a free calling app and its available in US and canada
This one perfect of Official and personal usage. This comes with a 7 days free trial and calling costs are low.
Despite all the amazing innovation, your actual phone still works the same way it did ten years ago, with one number and all your contacts and conversations locked into one device.