Dating Privacy Tips – Protect Your Phone Number

25 May

The Dating Line

The time has come.  I have multiple identities on Facebook, dating sites, twitter and email, and now I need multiple phone numbers on my smart phone.  I love my phone number and my important friends have it.  But I am reluctant to give it to somebody new.  What if I have to change it because my new friend turns out to be a creep or a stalker?

To the rescue is the mobile VoIP app from VoX Communications!  VoX gives you a second phone number, a second voice mail box, a second phone line, and it all runs over your data plan for very little money.  It runs over the 3G, 4G or WiFi network, and since it is data, none of the calls show up on your phone bill.  Your wireless carrier does not see the calls.  The calls show up on the VoX website, so you can check them and have a record of them.

We see two huge benefits to this product for the dating community.  First, if you are dating two or three people, you can have two or three lines.  So if your primary phone provider is Verizon, that is fine, because if your primary friend gets nosey then your primary friend will only see calls made on Verizon.  For secondary or new friends, you can give them your other phone number (other 10 phone numbers if you meet 10 people) and phone calls to these people will never show up on your Verizon bill.

The second benefit is that when you write to someone, it does not always work out.  You want to be careful who you give your primary phone number.  I know women who have two mobile phones, and one is “the dating phone” and they don’t even answer that phone.  They let those calls go to voice mail so they can listen to how the guy sounds before they decide to call him back.  But they can’t lug that phone around forever, and eventually they give him their “real” phone number.   Who wants to have the expense of a second phone line?  VoX give you a “Pay and Go” line with no monthly recurring charges.  You don’t need Verizon’s 400-minutes-a-month plan a recurring fees every month.  Just pay for the minutes you use on your VoX line, and if you go a couple of months without using Vox, there are no charges!  I am loving Vox, and you can love it too at


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