Cell Phones

Starting a business; need a 2nd number routed to my mobile

  • Last Updated:
  • Jul 29th, 2020 3:59 pm
[OP]
Newbie
Jul 24, 2020
1 posts
1 upvote

Starting a business; need a 2nd number routed to my mobile

Hi Everyone,

I am just starting out a small business, and I need a cost-efficient solution for a business phone number (Toronto, Canada) to be forwarded to my mobile. I have looked at the VoIP services but they all come with latency and some voice distortion that doesn't sound professional especially when getting local calls that there is no long-distance lag excuse.

Thanks,
Amir
6 replies
Banned
User avatar
Jul 18, 2020
52 posts
41 upvotes
Montreal
With VoIP.ms, you can have your business calls forwarded to your cell line.
This way there’s no delay at all.
You can even set a callerID to identify those calls.
Very reliable, been using this for years.
Jr. Member
Feb 29, 2020
130 posts
24 upvotes
What’s your current cellphone model?
amir777 wrote: Hi Everyone,

I am just starting out a small business, and I need a cost-efficient solution for a business phone number (Toronto, Canada) to be forwarded to my mobile. I have looked at the VoIP services but they all come with latency and some voice distortion that doesn't sound professional especially when getting local calls that there is no long-distance lag excuse.

Thanks,
Amir
Deal Fanatic
Nov 1, 2006
8015 posts
1704 upvotes
Toronto
Another recommendation for VoIP.ms.
Deal Expert
Aug 2, 2004
32895 posts
6504 upvotes
East Gwillimbury
Why do you need another number? Just use your cell phone number as your business number?
Deal Addict
Apr 13, 2005
1055 posts
906 upvotes
Markham, ON
Gee wrote: Why do you need another number? Just use your cell phone number as your business number?
Ideall you want to keep our personal and business affairs seperately.
You don't want a dissatisifed client knowing your personalcell #

Op: Voip.ms is a great solution

1 Free Solution: FONGO APP
- Voice quality isn't as great as VOIP.ms, nor do you have all the features.
- You can use the FONGO app for your business calls and (text is $1.66/mo)
- OR you can forward your FONGO number to your personal cell #.
FIDO, Koodo, Public Mobile, TELUS customer.
Deal Expert
Aug 2, 2004
32895 posts
6504 upvotes
East Gwillimbury
at87on wrote: Ideall you want to keep our personal and business affairs seperately.
I use to subscribe to that philosophy. But as time passed, I quickly learned that you really cant separate the two

I eventually got rid of my personal cell and my business number is now my cell number

Top