Ring2Skype: Receive Calls On Skype From Landline For Free
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Ring2Skype is a service that lets you receive calls on Skype from landlines and phone networks for free. Once you sign up, you get an online phone number and a private extension which lets you answer all calls from your Skype, no matter where you are in the world. You just need to be logged in to your Skype. Ring2Skype provides numbers in more than 40 countries.

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The service, as they claim, is supported by a reliable system specially developed for providing users a consistent and efficient communication service.


  • Receive calls on Skype from the landline phone for free.
  • Sign up, get an online phone number and a private extension and answer calls from your Skype.
  • Provides numbers in more than 40 countries.
  • Supported by a reliable communication system.

Check out Ring2Skype @ www.ring2skype.com [No Longer Available]

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  1. Ehongo jean victor
    September 28, 2019 at 11:43 pm

    Its cool having a Skype number

  2. Chris
    January 13, 2010 at 4:37 pm

    Try onekingtelecom.com its 10$ per month, skype for business and skypein canada numbers , they are skype certified resellers and partners as well.

    many other features beside just the number, i like call recording :-)

  3. Awesome 1
    November 23, 2009 at 2:35 am

    I have tried this service and it works. Used an Atlanta local number to receive calls from landlines and cell. Right now only had one friend call but she has called from both a cell and landline.

    A bit of an time delay but sound quality is what to be expected using a voip service with USB softphone.

    Only complaint and it is a small is that call will be dropped once you are on approaching an hour to a little over an hour.

    But for the guy above me to state that is is not a fit for business, well.... duh.

    The call quality of Skype isn't good enough for a business among other flaws with skype so ofcourse it isn't a good option for business. Anyone who would even consider Skype as their standalone communication instead as an added asset gets what they deserves.

    I am happy with ring2skype.

    A bit of advice. I couldn't view captcha characters on ring2skype site using both Opera and Firefox browser but was able to see it on Internet Explorer. I am sure there was a reason for that but I couldn't figure it out but this little bit of info may come in handy for others.

  4. Venkat
    July 6, 2009 at 12:00 pm

    I have tried using ring2skype.com. The entire connection takes too much time. Besides, it is quite unreliable, across various numbers that I tried out ranging from US, Canada to Aus, NZ and Singapore. Definitely not fit for business, unsure if it is good enough for personal chats, as caller may actually lose patience!!

    Needs significant improvement before I can consider any meaningful use.

  5. ezuk
    June 23, 2009 at 5:14 am

    Yes, but how do they make money? I couldn't find any business model mentioned on the site, which means it might not be there tomorrow. Not something I would rely on...