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How do I choose a Google Voice number?

Thursday, June 7, 2018 11:54:57 PM America/Los_Angeles

Google Voice is a free service that allows people to choose a local number for voice mail and calls. You have to link your Google Voice number with your mobile or landline number, so that you can receive a call on all your devices and easily forward calls to transcribed voice mail when you are unavailable.

To get a Google Voice Number, You needs to:

  1. Go to
  2. Log in using a Gmail account or first register for a Gmail account if you don't have one.
  3. You will see a link that says "Get a Google Voice Number". Click on the link and you will be taken to set up a Google Voice Number.
  4. Click on the "I want a new number" button in the first set up prompt.
  5. Enter your zip code or area code to find an available local number.
  6. Choose your number from a list of numbers when you find a zip code with available phone numbers.
  7. Enter a Personal Identification Number (PIN) to access your phone number.
  8. And then add the forwarding phone number or numbers.
  9. You will get a confirmation number on the next prompt screen. Click the "Call Me Now".
  10. You will get a call on the forwarding number. Answer the phone. Type in the confirmation number when prompted and you are done.
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How do you get a vanity phone number?

Thursday, June 7, 2018 11:52:09 PM America/Los_Angeles

Want to buy a vanity phone number? Let us make things simpler for you. PhoneNumberExpert is a trusted source of local numbers and toll-free vanity numbers. Decide on what type of vanity number are you looking for your business. We are here to help you with the ideal selection. Our experts are just a call away.

  1. Search by area code or spell a word.
  2. Have a look at the available local vanity numbers in the search result.
  3. Select the one that fits your business and Pay For Your own Vanity Number.
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What Numbers Correspond to Letters on a Phone?

Thursday, June 7, 2018 11:48:20 PM America/Los_Angeles

Every number from 2-9 on the dial pad corresponds to some numbers. Have a look at which number corresponds to what letters:

2 - A,B,C

3 - D,E,F

4 - G,H,I

5 - J,K,L

6 - M,N,O

7 - P,Q,R,S

8 - T,U,V

9 - W,X,Y,Z


Let’s take an example of a local vanity number (201) 500-DEALERS. When you dial the phone number (201) 500-DEALERS, you are actually dialing (201) 500-3325377. Customers remember these words in the vanity numbers, and then they key it in using the corresponding number keys on their telephone keypad.

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