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Description

Line2 is your complete business phone system in your pocket. Give your customers a professional call experience no matter where you are and keep your personal and business lines separate.

Up to 5 phone numbers: Add as many as five virtual business phone numbers to your device and receive calls to them from anywhere.

Local and toll-free numbers: Provide your customers with local or toll-free numbers to call. You can also port your existing phone number to Line2.

Unlimited call and text: Get unlimited Voice over IP calls and texting across the United States and Canada. Also, completely free call and messaging between other Line2 users.

Auto-attendant: Guide your customers to the right channels like sales and support using the auto-attendant feature, along with on-hold music and pre-recorded call greetings.

No cellular data needed: Make and receive calls or text using VoIP technology. No need for expensive cellular plans or hardware.

Call features: Screen and block unwanted calls with call screening and call blocking.

Designed for mobile business professionals, freelancers, and entrepreneurs, Line2 lets you keep your business and personal communications separate and eliminates the need to purchase and carry a second mobile phone.
Questions or comments? We’re here to help, 7 days a week at http://help.line2.com or tap Settings -> Help from within the app.

Note: Your cellular provider may prohibit or restrict VoIP (Voice over Internet Protocol) on their network. It’s your responsibility to check with your cellular provider about their VoIP functionality, and any additional charges it may incur. Line2 is not responsible for any additional cellular charges that may occur as a result of using the Line2 service.

What’s New

Version 12.7.3

Fixed an issue where contacts would not load after first granting permission.

Ratings and Reviews

4.3 out of 5
6.7K Ratings

6.7K Ratings

IBKOOOL ,

LOVE/HATE RELATIONSHIP.

I’ve been using this app for around ten years now and I’ll have to say that in all that time, my relationship with the app is still a love/hate one. I use the app almost every day and I use it often, it really serves me very well, but then again, there these little annoying things that really gets on my last nerve, like the fact that you can’t adjust the keyboard volume with out adjusting the volume on the entire device, so The Whole world has to know that you are dialing a number, (2) The WIFI signal strength does dot show up unless the called party answers the phone, so you never know if you even have enough signal strength to even make the call. (3) If you dial a number and the called party does not answer the phone, the dialed number does not show up in your Recents call list. (4) Right now, since this last update, when dialing a number from your contact or recent call list, the software seems to take for ever to acquire the dialing UI, and there are several other little quirks that I will not mention. I do believe that with a little effort, these are all things that the developers can easily fix if they wanted to. But in spite of all that, I still think it’s a great app and would highly recommend it, so go ahead and give it a whirl for 30 days for free, what have you got to lose? You may just find that you like it.

QUARKIEGAL ,

I’ve been looking for this solution for a while

This is a fantastic way to combine two phone lines on one phone! I’ve been using my corporate phone for five years now and didn’t want to lose my personal phone number. So I was paying a monthly service fee to Verizon to simply forward all of my calls. From time to time I would price other services but the savings didn’t seem worth the hassle of switching over. One day I searched online to see if anyone else had similar problems and came across the Line2 website. At first I thought it was too good to be true so I did my research, read reviews, looked them up on BBB, etc. it was exactly what I was looking floor! It was very easy to enroll and port my number over to them the app is user-friendly and does everything I would want to do. The only thing I would change is that when a call comes in from my personal line, the caller ID doesn’t work. It just says that the call is coming from me. But that’s a relatively insignificant thing against everything else it does. I love this service and recommend it to everyone who has to carry two phones!!

Furiae ,

Don’t expect to use with Apple Watch

I just received an Apple Watch for Christmas and cannot for the life of me get the Line 2 app to install on my watch. Despite there being a troubleshooting page that says the watch app should automatically install, when I contacted support, the email I received in response basically said that there is no support for the Apple Watch, nor do they intend to support it anytime in the near future—meaning that if you’re like me and can’t get it to load on your watch, you’re out of luck. This makes my Apple Watch less useful to me than my Fitbit in this regard, because Line2 notifications at least buzzed on my Fitbit. One would think that with the move towards smart tech wearables, a company that wants to cater to businesses as a telephone line replacement would offer some sort of support in this regard.

Overall, the app works well enough for my purposes because I send all calls to voicemail and only text, but if having a reliable phone line is super important to your business, just get a real line. When I have turned on calls in the past, a percentage wouldn’t make it through.

Developer Response ,

Hello @Furiae, unfortunately the version of Line2 released for iOS, version 11.6, does not support Apple Watch integration. The use of Line2 with Apple Watch is possible only with iOS up to version 11.5 ^AO

App Privacy

The developer, Line2, Inc., indicated that the app’s privacy practices may include handling of data as described below. For more information, see the developer’s privacy policy.

Data Used to Track You

The following data may be used to track you across apps and websites owned by other companies:

  • Purchases
  • Identifiers
  • Usage Data
  • Diagnostics

Data Linked to You

The following data may be collected and linked to your identity:

  • Purchases
  • Contact Info
  • Contacts
  • User Content
  • Identifiers
  • Diagnostics

Data Not Linked to You

The following data may be collected but it is not linked to your identity:

  • Identifiers
  • Usage Data

Privacy practices may vary, for example, based on the features you use or your age. Learn More

Supports

  • Family Sharing

    With Family Sharing set up, up to six family members can use this app.

  • Siri

    Get things done within this app using just your voice.

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