I have a number of telephone numbers. However, each number serves a role and a purpose. I do currently have telephone numbers that I wish to expire. When the due date comes for them, they will be eliminated, and go back to the public pool of telephone numbers. The list, and descriptions below will give you a better idea of what each number is for. To keep with privacy, only the last four digits will be disclosed. Any public telephone number will be displayed on the home page of this site, or in my Contact Directory. The numbers and services are as listed below:
- Callcentric (1570)
- Line2 (7610)
- Mint (9751)
- Number Barn (2956)
Any international numbers will be added with Callcentric. This is because it is the only company I deal with that offers international numbers. All such numbers will be listed on my Contact Directory, and the home page of this website. As with all of my other numbers, only the last 4 digits will be used to reference the number (in case my policy changes).
This is my public telephone number. This is the number that sits in my Contact Directory, and the home page of this site. This telephone number supports SMS/MMS, incoming faxes, and voice calls all on the same telephone number. In addition, I use a VOIP app to display this telephone number when I am calling an unknown telephone number.
My 9751 telephone number is my private number. I don’t give it out to everyone, and will typically use my Line2 number when need be. However, if you have my 9751 number, you will be able to send me more than SMS messages as I also have Signal, Telegram, and WhatsApp.
This is a direct to voicemail telephone number. I have this mostly for my registrar services, and to reduce the number of illegitimate offers to build my website. Since this is a direct to voicemail number, none of my phones will ring. However, any voicemail left will be sent to my email address where I could listen to them on the message. This number does not support SMS. For that, consider using my 7610 number.