Is it possible to have two phone numbers which go to the same phone?

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I'm using my personal number and cell phone for my job. I'd love to know if I could separate the two and not have to hand out my personal number associated with my business. Maybe even getting a toll free number? Thanks so much!
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Darci Riemer

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Posted 4 years ago

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The easiest solution would be to call forward one phone to the other. There is no way for that to happen on the Koodo aide, however there are many apps that can be an 'internet' number or you could purchase and unlocked duo Sim phone from the uk! Good luck!
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Hi Darci,

Koodo doesn't offer a service like that unfortunately, the only company that can offer two separate numbers on one phone is Rogers. I've posted a link for you to have a look at.
http://www.rogers.com/web/content/wir...,

Hope that helps answer your question :)
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Kinda.

You will need 2 sim cards and a dual sim phone. Some chinese phones have this function. Koodo does not sell these phones.

Or you can just forward all your calls from one phone to the other
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Is that how this site works? This is the 3rd time you've said exactly what I said but reworded a little bit? Sorry I'm new
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Sorry just been taking me longer to type. Watching the Apple live stream at the same time.

As you noticed, posts do not refresh as you type
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It happens to me too Matthew, usually what happens is when someone is responding to a question you normally don't see the other replies until you've posted your comment and you can get the same answer from different people on one question.

Hope that helps clear some confusion. :)
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As you can see that just happened to me again lol
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Dennis, Mobile Master

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And looking back at your posts Matthew, this is the first time it has happened with me
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Thank you all for your quick replies! Super helpful
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Hey Darci!

Just get yourself a number (or port one) from VoIP.ms.

Create a forwarding rule for that number, calls will be forwarded to the number of your choice (in this case, your cellphone).

VoIP.ms charges 0.005$/minute outgoing, and 0.01$/minute incoming.

They also have tollfree numbers, at a slight price increase.

Hope it helps!

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