Pre-orders for iPhone Free and Pro are now open. The iPhone 12 and Pro will be available for pre-orders starting Friday morning. These phones will also be available in stores within the next week. Apple will also release two more models in the coming weeks, including the iPhone 12 mini and 12 Pro Max. You can get a free iPhone government phone from the government under various schemes. So apply now for free official iPhone. These phones will be available for pre-order from November 6.
Google Voice is another way to get a secondary line for free. It was launched in 2009 and works on smartphones as well as the Internet.You can receive calls and text messages using a toll-free number in the US. The number is selected from specific area codes. To get started, you’ll need a Google account (like a Gmail address) and contact the logo creator.
The number syncs automatically across all devices so you can reach your new number whenever you need it. International calls and texts within the United States and Canada are free. However, international calls can be more expensive than what your mobile provider charges.
Google claims that unwanted calls will be automatically blocked and you can also block certain numbers.
Google Voice, like TextNow supports voicemail and call forwarding. Not a fan of listening to voicemail? Google Voice offers a transcript of voicemails so you can read them through the app or send them directly to your email. All calls, voicemails, texts and messages are saved and backed up for easy retrieval of your history.
Burner app was born from ‘disposable’.
The Burner Burner app is almost eight years old and allows you to create a second, disposable number on a smartphone.
It’s free to download and you can try it for a week. Additional time and numbers can be purchased through the app for $1.99 or $4.99 per month. First, you need to choose a number from the available US and Canadian area codes. For example, 312 in Chicago or 650 in the San Francisco Bay Area.
Texts and calls work like your primary number but are routed through your fake number. The app supports image and text messaging as well as blocking spam mails.Note that calls to your new number will use your regular minutes and text messages will use your regular number’s data.
Incognito calling through smart speaker
You can also make anonymous calls using your Google or Amazon smart speaker. Google Assistant will only show the words “private numbers” or “anonymous” to the recipient. Amazon claims that Alexa displays your phone number as your caller ID by default. However, you can change it in the Alexa app. (Personally, my number shows up as “Private” when calling someone through my smart speaker.
You can dial any number between the US and Canada using just your voice. You can also call Mexico or the United Kingdom with Amazon devices.It uses Internet, also known as Voice over IP (VoIP), technology to make calls. No need for a landline phone. it is totally free. Visit Lowearnings there for more information.
There are several ways to accomplish this:
First, you need to say the “opening phrase”: “Alexa” on Amazon devices and “OK Google” for Google Home speakers. Next, say “Call” or “Dial” with the 10-digit number. You can call Juan Perez, Maria Ramirez, or Dad if they are in your phone contacts. However, be sure to use their name in contacts.
You can also use the smart speaker to call a business, even if the address is unknown. Just say “call Home Depot near First Street and Third Street” and it will do the trick. You may not be able to answer voicemail prompts after reaching the main number.Mark Saltzman has been a freelance journalist in technology journalism for over 25 years. Take It Out is his podcast. Its purpose is to differentiate computer language and make it more accessible.