MyAKA: Add A Second Alias Number To Hide Your Real Mobile Number

Our mobile number is an extension of us. Anyone can find us, chat with us, and call us. It is part of our identity. However, there are times when we just want to close off the pipe and protect our mobile number. MyAKA is a service that does just that  – giving users a second phone number or an alias, that works exactly like any mobile number while hiding yours.

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Once you have signed up for the service, MyAKA smartly assigns a mobile number that is in the same area code as your real number. This way, your contacts won’t know if you are using your real number or not. People can then call or text your second number and it will go straight to your phone. Once you add a contact, MyAKA will assign a unique ID that matches the contacts’ number so you can call and SMS your contacts through MyAKA.

MyAKA also routes your mobile plan to allow messaging and calls to your phone so that you won’t have to carry a second device.

Having a second number also unlocks features offered by MyAKA such as Pause for your MyAKA number, instant blocking, view call history, view usage, and view number list online.

MyAKA proposes that you put your trust in them in to ensure your real number is hidden from others. It is easy to reveal our mobile number – every time we sign up for a membership, talk to a business contact, or complete transactions, we always end up giving out our number. With MyAKA you are protected from accidentally providing your number to people you do not know and go on with your life worry-free about your personal information.

MyAKA offers a range of prices from the minimal 100 text plan up to 500 call and SMS plans.


  • Protect your real number by getting an alias.
  • Call and text from your alias number seamlessly.
  • Add contacts that you want to converse through MyAKA.
  • Easy setup.
  • Check call info, usage history, and MyAKA contacts online
  • Pricing available in different text and call plans.

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  1. Zina
    March 22, 2016 at 4:07 pm

    Hi, I have used MYAKA for my private practice for over a year, and until a month ago it was working great. Earlier this month I received an email stating that my account had exceeded the limit of 720 alias contacts allowed under my current plan, and advised me to contact support to resolve this issue. I did immediately then. It's now 3/22 and have not received any new phone calls and have been losing potential business because of this. I have sent them numerous emails and have not received a response. At this point I'm considering ending services with MYAKA and use my personal number for my business. It is a shame this issue could not be resolved. It is my opinion that once they run out of numbers to assign to new calls then clients are maxed out for life. Lesson learned!

  2. Anthony Marc
    January 17, 2012 at 3:30 pm

    I'm really not sure how this is a better alternative than Google Voice which has absolutely no charges for text, sms, or voice.  And there is an app I use to manage it simply on my Android and my iPad.  This one is a waste of money.  Someone interested in this surely would know about Google Voice already.  And if they don't, then they are stupid and they never will find that site anyway.

  3. Ronnburner
    January 14, 2012 at 10:16 pm

    A co-worker of mine actually turned me on to MyAKA. I have been able to
    completely separate my personal life from my business life with the
    awesome features offered. The "PAUSE" option is a lifesaver when you want to completely avoid being bombarded with business calls while having dinner with my wife yet I can still have my phone on in case our daughter calls. It's really one of those things that makes me now say "how did I ever live without this!"

  4. Amazonite
    January 11, 2012 at 7:17 pm

    Seems like Google Voice would be an easier alternative, for free?