How to Make Phone Calls Without Revealing Your True Identity
There are several reasons why you would like to make Phone calls without revealing your identity. For instance –
- Say you want to have one time chat with a guy you met on the dark web
- You are going on a blind date with a partner you met Tinder or OkCupid
- You like to have a separate phone for home and business calls, but also don’t want to carry 2 phones
Here are two popular ways to make Phone Call without revealing your true identity.
1. Hushed App (Paid)
It gives you a second temporary number for free! Though do keep in mind, you’ll still need an internet connection to make/receive phone calls. However, Husher also offers Advanced Called Routing which when set up will make calls using your local carriers phone connection.
Hushed is supported in 40 countries (not )
United States, Canada, Australia, Austria, Belgium, Czech Republic, Denmark, Finland, France, Greece, Hong Kong, Japan, United Kingdom, Ireland, Israel, Italy, The Netherlands, New Zealand, Poland, Portugal, Romania, Spain, Sweden, Switzerland, Bahrain, Bulgaria, Dominican Republic, Estonia, Lithuania, Malta, Peru, Slovakia, Brazil, Cyprus, El Salvador, Latvia, Luxembourg, Mexico, Puerto Rico and South Africa.
If you live in the US, you can get 3 days free trail number. Else you have to pay $4 to get around 50mins calling time. You can find more information on their pricing here.
Alternatively, you can also use Sideline app. It’s similar to the hushed app.
Pros: You get a spare phone number, which you can give to anyone you want
Cons: Prices are bit too high
2. Skype call
Yes, you can also use Skype for a voice call. Both parties should have skype app n their phone. Though unlike Google hangout or WhatsApp voice call, you don’t need have to link your Google account or mobile number to use Skype. You can even use a temp email address to sign up for Skype. Though make sure you pick up some easy to remember email address since you’ll need to share it with others.
Also, if you want to remain truly anonymous, use VPN while signing up for Skype and making calls.
Pros: Skype is free
Cons: You don’t get a dedicated second number.