SendMyCall is a broadband telephone service provider that provides consumers with virtual local, long-distance, or international telephone numbers.
With SendMyCall’s Virtual PBX, you and your customers have access to full auto attendant features with advanced call forwarding services, as well as standard PBX features such as voicemail, automated greetings, touchtone menus, faxing, and conference calling.
SendMyCall offers VPBX and Virtual (DID) numbers in more than 65 countries.
If you’re worried about setting up your new number correctly, SendMyCall can help. You can easily ask for some assistance from one of SendMyCall’s technical experts.
Whether you’re working from a home office or are traveling, SendMyCall can easily forward calls to your mobile device. This is a helpful feature as it allows you to work from anywhere and you don’t have to worry about your business being interrupted.
SendMyCall doesn’t require you to purchase any additional equipment. Everything is handled for you.
SendMyCall services and plans are month-to-month. This means you aren’t locked into a contract and can cancel at any time.
Canceling is fairly simple; all you need to do is log in to your account, go to the My Services page, find the virtual number you want to cancel, and click on details.
Before you dive into getting a virtual number, you need to know that many countries have an unrestricted policy for Virtual Phone Number allocation. You might be required to provide documentation.
While purchasing a number, you will be asked to send or upload the required documentation. Once you’ve completed the purchase, the information will be transferred to the local carrier (who will then review it).
Your DID might not be activated until your local carrier approves the documents, which SendMyCall states could take up to 48 hours.
While we appreciate SendMyCall including this information on its site — as well as a list of all the countries and their documentation requirements — we believe this information should be more prominently displayed on the site. That way consumers aren’t confused when their number doesn’t start working right away.