More Than One Use For A Virtual Phone Number
Create a Phone Presence in Another Country
The most common use of a global virtual phone number is to create a phone presence in another country so that callers
in that country can feel comfortable dialing a local, familiar looking phone number in their country to reach you, your office or call center.
That call is then transparently routed and received in any other country of the subscribers choice. The virtual number
owner uses the virtual number as a main point of contact in another country to target a market or can publish
the number in advertising, send it to a customer base, use it as a call center contact phone number, etc. The calls can be sent and
received anywhere globally.
Second Most Used Virtual Phone Number Strategy
Forward Existing Phone Line to Another Country
What if you need to forward calls from your
phone or landline
to another country?
You simply want the calls to your existing mobile or landline phone line to divert calls to another phone in another
In other words, your requirement is simply to forward calls and receive calls in another country. You are not advertising
the new virtual number and you are not trying to create a phone presence in another country. You are setting up
a conduit from your existing phone to a phone in another country.
How to do this?
a virtual number in your country or city.
up the call destination number to ring to the phone where you wish to receive your calls.
you receive your new virtual phone number from us, use the call forwarding feature of your existing mobile service
or phone line in your country to forward your calls to your new virtual phone number.
When you have your existing phone line forwarded to your new virtual phone number, it automatically redirects your
calls to whatever phone number you set up, in any country.
Your new virtual phone number will continue to sends
all calls to your call destination number in any country until you disable the call forwarding feature to the virtual
number on your existing device or landline. Once disable, all calls will work as they did prior to diverting to
the virtual number.