Google Voice Pro?
July 31, 2012 10:13 AM Subscribe
Is there a service like Google Voice (or a Google Voice addon) that can manage two existing phone lines, one of which is toll free, and which can display an existing number on caller ID for outgoing calls? I’m willing to pay.
posted by zombiedance to technology (6 answers total) 4 users marked this as a favorite
My office is relocating, and I’m going to start working remotely in the next few weeks. I need to find a way to handle my two existing business phone lines. I’ve been given the option of forwarding them to another number, or porting them to another service.
One line is my “work” line with a local area code, and the other line is a toll-free number. I’d like to have some sort of Google-voice-like setup, with call forwarding, the ability to call out from another mobile or landline, email notification of calls, etc., but which also lets me independently select whether the “work” and “toll free” numbers ring to another phone or go to voicemail, and which has separate voicemail greetings and boxes for each number. I’d also like for my work number to show up on caller ID when I make calls out, rather than a Google Voice number.
IT support from my company is pretty much limited to porting or forwarding my existing numbers, and I need something reliable and with decent call quality (ideally, closer to landline than to VOIP)
If there’s a way to configure Google Voice to do this, or a Google voice addon that lets me manage two numbers from one interface and lets me have my existing“work” number displayed on caller ID when making outgoing calls, that would be great, or I’m open to other solutions (I don’t ever make outgoing calls on the toll free line)
I’m willing to pay for something that works up to about the cost of a business cell phone plan (say, up to $50-$60 month) although I’d prefer not to be locked into any long-term contracts.