iPhone users tired of AT&T’s drill hole must be craving for VoIP app like this one. The Line2 app allows users to have two separate phone lines on iPhone, each line having a separate number. Using the app you will be able make phone calls over 3G, Wi-Fi or cellular networks. Toktumi claims that you can saves a significant amount on your monthly cell phone bill and improve the cell reception on a whole. To know more let’s have an insight of the app.
Line2 is a mobile app from Toktumi offers an option for iPhone users who need to maintain a separate personal and a business phone number. iPhone owners who want to cut down on their monthly voice minutes by allowing them to place calls over Wi-Fi as well as over 3G Voice Over IP (VOIP).
Line2 easily separates your personal and business contacts into separate tabs and allows incoming calls to easily sort themselves based on context.
The interface of the app is intuitive and easy to use .
A sophisticated web interface management tool also allows you to set up highly granular rules for incoming calls.
Conference Calling for Up to 20 Participants
Besides visual voicemail management and call-routing tools, the web control panel can be used to transfer calls, set up call forwarding rules, trigger auto-attendants, and more.
Line2 also supports easy conference calling for up to 20 participants, and all calls including conference calls can be placed over regular voice, Wi-Fi, or 3G VOIP — once again potentially saving you voice minutes, and giving you alternative options in low AT&T voice service areas. Unlike other iPhone apps that support VOIP calling, incoming voice calls won’t kill your in progress VOIP connection; you can simply choose to send the voice call to voicemail and continue your VOIP call or conference. Line2 is available in the App Store now for $0.99, which includes a 30-day free trial of the full service. If you like what you see after 30 days, you can continue the service for $14.95 a month, which includes unlimited U.S. and Canada calling and conference calling.
For small businesses, Line2 could be an attractive and web-savvy alternative to traditional PBX infrastructure, and the app’s appeal extends into the consumer market for anyone who wants to maintain two separate and easily manageable numbers or take advantage of sophisticated call routing and management. Line2 adds an easy to manage second line for business to your iPhone with great contact management and a web-based control panel for routing calls, setting up dialing rules, auto-attendants, call forwarding, conference calls and more. You can also place calls (including conference calls) over 3G VOIP.
Note: iPhone doesn’t support multi-tasking for third-party apps, you can only use the Line2 app after you jailbreak your iPhone.