What if an online contact needs to give you a phone call? You would probably give them your phone number. But if you want to keep your number private and still get the call, you can use a wonderful web service called Babble.ly.
Babble.ly is a free web service that masks your phone number by a URL. After entering your phone number, you get a verification phone call during which you use a PIN code; this is when the generated URL is activated. A call is placed to your phone when somebody visits this URL. If you accept the call, the URL visitor can voice call from his browser to your phone.
Through your Babble.ly account you can get URLs for different phone numbers and manage all of them from a single dashboard.
Babble.ly’s simple functions will greatly help you while placing ads on online forums; instead of providing your actual number and compromising your privacy, you can use the URL to let interested buyers find out more.
NOTE: At the moment Babble.ly only supports conversations of up to 10 minutes long and only works with US phone numbers.
- A user friendly web service.
- Lets your friends place calls to your phone through the internet.
- Does not need you to reveal your actual phone number.
- Supports conversations up to 10 minutes long.
- Lets you manage multiple phone URLs.
- Similar tools: Numbr.
Check out Babble.ly @ www.babble.ly