It's your anyphone, anytime, anywhere phone number that keeps your identity private—until you decide it not to be.
A Vumber is a number from any area code you want, linked to your home, cell, or work phone. When someone calls your Vumber, Vumber lets you control how you handle the call: you can a) answer it; b) send them to VumberMail; c) give them a busy signal; d) tell them the number is out of service; or e) play them a custom message you create.
It provides unequaled privacy protection when anyone calls your Vumber, and when you call anyone. And it's not limited to a pre-defined one-to-one calling relationship like you sometimes see out there—it is as simple as having another phone number. Even simpler. Vumber puts you in total control of your communications and your identity.
You can call from your Vumber, too. Just dial your Vumber, and then dial the number. It's that easy. It is simple and instant to use. With Vumber, you get a flexible, privacy-protected, portable, disposable telephone number and a private voice mail box (VumberMail). And don't worry... You still have your existing numbers, and you can still call and get calls from them. But now you also have a number with total control. Now you have your Vumber.
|Jan 31, 2011||TechCrunch - Err, Call Me: Vumber Gives You Throw-Away Phone Numbers For Dating, Work|
|Dec 14, 2010||ZD Net - The six C’s of mobile VoIP for business|
|Nov 18, 2009||Gigaom - Paltalk Picks Up Virtual Phone Service Vumber|
|Nov 18, 2009||Gigaom - PalTalk Buys Virtual Phone-Number Provider Vumber|
|Nov 18, 2009||Venture Beat - Profitable Paltalk acquires Vumber for phone number privacy services|
|Nov 18, 2009||PaidContent (closed) - Paltalk acquired Vumber|
|Jun 16, 2008||onlinepersonalswatch.typepad.com - Vumber President & CEO, Cliff Wener and Jodd Readick Interview 11/06|
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