Line2 is your second phone number that works on your iPhone and other devices as a full-featured virtual phone system. Call and text anyone in the U.S. and Canada via Wi-Fi or your existing cellular network. Designed for mobile business professionals, freelancers, and entrepreneurs, Line2 lets you keep your business and personal communications separate and eliminates the need to purchase and carry a second mobile phone.
Use Line2 free to call and message other Line2 users. Invite others to download Line2 today so you can communicate them at no cost. To call and message other users outside of Line2, upgrade with an in-app purchase for just $9.99/month for all these great features:
• Use your Line2 number on your iPhone, iPad Mac and PC
• Provides a rich and virtually unlimited calling experience that includes caller ID for incoming calls, call forwarding, group calling with up to 20 people, number blocking, and much more
• Includes a local phone number in the U.S. or Canada
• Enjoy picture and group messaging — even using Siri — with anyone in the U.S. and Canada
• Get a native calling experience with CallKit integration. Incoming calls display full-screen with a visual caller ID that can be answered directly from the lock screen with a simple swipe — exactly like an iPhone call
• Quick and easy setup with no additional hardware required
• Use over Wi-Fi/4G/LTE and cellular voice, so you’re never without service
Line2 paid subscription fee is $9.99 per month (or just $8.33/mo with a prepaid annual plan). Subscription fee will be charged through your iTunes account when you confirm your in-app purchase. Subscriptions will automatically renew unless you turn off auto-renew at least 24 hours before the end of the current subscription period. You can manage your subscriptions in your Apple Account Settings.
Looking to support your small-business with multiple phone lines or advanced virtual phone features like auto attendant, toll-free numbers, online faxing, and more? See our website for more details: https:// line2.com.
Questions or comments? We’re here to help, seven days a week at http://support.line2.com or tap Settings -> Help from within the app.
Note: Your cellular provider may prohibit or restrict VoIP (Voice over Internet Protocol) on their network. It’s your responsibility to check with your cellular provider about their VoIP functionality, and any additional charges it may incur. Line2 is not responsible for any additional cellular charges that may occur as a result of using the Line2 service.
Terms of Service: https://tos.line2.com
The applications Line2 - Second Phone Number was published
in the category Productivity on 2009-09-01 and
was developed by Line2, Inc..
The file size is 194.29 MB.
The current version is 12.1.1 and works well on
11.0 and high ios versions.
The Line2 app has been updated to improve inbound call reliability, message notifications and addressed a few issues associated with Bluetooth headsets.
If your app stops working, expect to wait a full week for an emailed reply. If the emailed reply does not work, you are stuck. I wholeheartedly recommend that you avoid line2
Have used Line 2 as a second business line and it does everything thing it is supposed to do. The perfect solution for a second line on one phone.
Love the app but you can’t talk unless your in WiFi areas. Using texting via cell phone app opens about 8 times before you ca type. Using your desktop is great. Fix the bugs Line2 and your product will be great. But reliability not 100%. Every time the phone rings it gets disco’d
Line2 is a great solution to my business needs. Very happy with their service!
Line2 is the best of all the VIOPs that I have tried. Occasionally, there is a problem and the company responds well. I have had it for years and will have it for years to come.
It is read other then Mobil or home so most services I wanted it for do not take it.
Drops calls and has a delay like a 90’s cell phone, but I’ve advertised the number everywhere so I’m stuck with it. First thing I do to all the calls I get is ask them to call my actual cell number.
I live outside the USA, in an area that only has mediocre Internet service and Line2 is the best solution I’ve found. In addition to much better voice quality, the Line2 app has more features than other products I’ve tried.
I’ve been a user for around 8 years I guess. That tells you something. For a small business owner who wants great functionality and low cost, this is a great app. The only sacrifice is occasional but fairly regular audio issue of audio delay, since its streaming. Delayed audio can make for some awkward conversation, but this doesn’t happen that much. Price, usual quality and ease in setting everything up - in pretty detailed customization - makes it worth it.
Really shouldn't be in the australian app store. I brought the monthly subscription, wasted $15. Gives you an international number and works exactly like one (both calling in and out) not user friendly down under.
I try to type in my number but it just goes back to the home screen errrrrr
It gives a free number to receive calls thank you toktumi::)) continue this app in australia
App works ok. It’s slow and ‘contacts’ don’t come thru properly. Wish it worked well, it’s cool otherwise
We are so very happy with Line2 and love the service and team! It is easy to text, make calls and know who is calling! And oh so much less than the program we had with more services! We are very grateful!
It's buggy and the latest update broke it more. Updates should add or fix functionally!
This has been a perfect add for my phone!
My line 2 app is constantly freezing. My texts and calls are delayed. I tried to contact customer service and their service and process is slow and impossible.
The app is not working properly and my texts won’t even open this is costing me money for work
This is a horrible service. I'm switching.
Constant intermittent bad connections. Annoying 5 second delay between the time I speak and the person on the other end heard me on some calls.
This app is really helpful for my business and the customer service is usually quick to respond if there are any issues.
Sound quality is still pretty iffy, even with a strong G4 or WiFi connection. The text is limited to really small data files (GIFS, photos) That said, reasonably priced, and easy to navigate.