Masked or proxy numbers are used to hide the personal phone numbers of people participating in conversations via voice calls or text messages.
With phone number masking, you use an intermediate number to forward the call to the user’s real number. The courier sees number 555, but behind the scenes, 555 is being forwarded to the customer’s real number, 444.
Privacy is paramount, especially for companies that have associates directly communicating with customers. Think about taxi drivers, couriers, and sellers. Voximplant Platform enables you to make last-mile communications secured and controlled.
If couriers get customers’ real numbers, it can lead to harassment cases. Switch customers’ real numbers to proxy ones and secure communications before harassment cases reach the news.
Retain revenue by avoiding situations in which a transaction is scheduled, canceled through the platform, and then transacted outside of the platform. Communications through proxy phone numbers avoid this situation altogether.
Record and store calls for quality and safety reasons. You can use our cloud storage or embed your own.
Integrate Voximplant SDKs into your mobile or web app to enable associates and customers make each other masked in-app calls.
If one of the users doesn’t have an Internet connection, the call can be automatically switched from VoIP to PSTN.
If you don’t have development resources, you can mask communications using our phone numbers. Buy or rent numbers to route communications through them.
You can also add extensions to the main number for each courier or taxi driver.
See how to implement phone number masking in 20 minutes. You can also check out our documentation article using the link below.
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