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Free Phone Line Question

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Free Phone Line Question

I have a number with free phone line that I use for my small business. I contacted FFL when I signed up and they said it was fine to use for business if I was not expecting a ton of calls so they are ok with it.
I currently have the number forwarded to my cell phone but in order to make a call with it I have to use my desktop computer.

Can I buy the number outright and attach it to a phone somehow?
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Port to Fongo mobile and use the Fongo app to call out
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You need to spend $75 to get the config file. Then buy an IP phone or an ATA (Analog Telephone Adapter). Use the config file to access your line from an IP phone or ATA with a cordless phone attached

If you need an IP phone, send me a message, I have several Cisco phones I am not using
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Gee wrote: You need to spend $75 to get the config file. Then buy an IP phone or an ATA (Analog Telephone Adapter). Use the config file to access your line from an IP phone or ATA with a cordless phone attached

If you need an IP phone, send me a message, I have several Cisco phones I am not using
I thought they charge $80 for sip credentials. Regardless, can be setup in a VoIP app such as csipsimple, zoiper or the likes on a smartphone as well.
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titaniumtux wrote: I thought they charge $80 for sip credentials. Regardless, can be setup in a VoIP app such as csipsimple, zoiper or the likes on a smartphone as well.
Could be $80. I only paid $50 and haven’t purchased one since.
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Have you looked at fongo works?
That's for business with free incoming and outgoing if you use the app on your phone.

Or fongo mobile app to make calls from the number

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