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# 195605 26-Apr-2016 14:27
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Hi does anyone know who else apart from Vodafone offer a second phone number feeding into a single line. Just off contract and looking around as when I rang Vodafone the rep put us on hold and left us there.


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  # 1542221 26-Apr-2016 14:29
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What's the purpose of the 2nd number?

 

 




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  # 1542223 26-Apr-2016 14:32
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Just for a home based business (small) as we have had it for a few years and haven't got everyone onto our home number. It started off as faxibilty to get the second number only , no fax.


 
 
 
 


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  # 1542238 26-Apr-2016 14:50
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Spark do secondary number with distinctive ring on a single line aka faxability. Or both ata ports enabled on the ONT with different numbers. The first is cheaper than the second. Just depends on what you want.





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  # 1542297 26-Apr-2016 16:03
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Port it to a VoIP provider and run it however you like.





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  # 1544688 30-Apr-2016 23:42

Spark and 2degrees do "landline on mobile" which is just a landline number that instead goes to the mobile. Fixed fee per month regardless of number of calls. $20 per month from 2degrees. Don't know how much Spark charge. It would be better for the business number anyway, as you would still be able to get calls to the landline number even when you are not at home.






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