My understanding is there are options to advertise with a # that is-not my personal#, without getting a new cell-plan or new device. What I don't know is whether I should be looking carrier-side, or android/handset side (I just swapped from a nearly-decade-long flip phone stubbornness just a couple weeks ago ;P )
Thank you for options to use "781 - 784 - 7707", or some randomly-generated #, to ring my personal handset as if the person really dialed my real number "123 456 7890" -- I know there are probably myriad options so any answer is appreciated, looking less for companies and more for what the landscape is for this (does VOIP come into play? Does it matter if I'm part of the futile crowd trying to 'limit google use on their android'? Have heard you can "play" google-voice to do call-forwarding for free, but imagine all calls are indefinitely stored...wouldn't really care, so long as it were reliable that I never miss a call to the business number, cannot afford it!!