Your phone is how you handle pretty much everything in your life. And with Verizon My Numbers, you can get multiple phone numbers to keep it all organized. Have one number for personal calls and another for business calls. All on your existing phone. Verizon My Numbers - multiple phone numbers. One phone.
*$15/month per number directly charged to your Verizon Account
*Choose up to 4 domestic numbers
*Messages and call records are synced across up to 5 smartphone devices
*Customize the name, icon, notification tones and ringtones so you can easily identify the number
*Set an auto-reply when you can't be reached
*Mute audible call and message notifications when you don't want to be disturbed
1. Download and install the app.
2. Use your Verizon phone number to view the subscription plan.
3. Choose the virtual number you want.
4. Confirm your monthly subscription
5. Call and text with your new number!
Requires a Verizon phone number that is eligible for charging directly to an account. You can view the subscription on your monthly Verizon bill. You can manage your subscription(s) via the application.
-Custom voicemail greeting
-Domestic group MMS support
-Ability to send contact cards
Ratings and Reviews
No forwarding, cannot use star commands
Tried to fwd calls and its not an option. Cannot have the calls go to my regular dialer like other apps. Wanted Verizon instead of others for more security and privacy. Oxymoron maybe. But places like Bob’s VOIP Second Line just don’t make me feel very private.
I wanted to forward the calls to my office when I am off work, but this service does not recognize *72 commands as valid. Not like a real phone line does.
Cannot turn off the voicemail either, it can only be reset to default greeting.
Verizon doesn’t treat this number like a true second line, if it did many of these options would be available.
For 5 more dollars a month (20) I can have a whole second phone and put it away when I am not working then not have to worry about forgetting to turn off notifications and such.
I would only use this My Numbers app if it were $8 a month instead of $15.
There are many cheaper options for those of you not so concerned about client privacy. I prefer legit establishments for that reason and so wont use those $5 cheapies!
Also, ringtone and call quality fluctuates in volume during incoming calls and live calls.
Thank you finally!
So tired of Google Voice and it not forwarding calls to my phone. Only time I with google voice is if someone left a message. This works wonders and don’t see what others are complaining about. Downloaded, took some time to actually work, but restarted my phone a couple times and waited patiently and it’s been working fine for the last 2 days. Don’t mind paying for something that works vs something free that I miss calls with.
Got excited to know that A traditional phone company is trying to catch with the communication revolution and adapting to the new methods of communication abundance but unfortunately great disappointment, has been Verizon’s customers or several ears and it didn’t even identify my number and gives an error message that is can not connect to the sever !!!
Really you are introducing a multi number plan and you cannot connect to the server tried WiFi and LTE connection without success called customer service they barely new what I am talking about
Shame on you Verizon have you heard of pilot phase for a product try that first before introducing a disaster
With Family Sharing set up, up to six family members can use this app.