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Hushed lets you set up a secure, second phone line for $25

Keep your real number hidden and use Hushed for work, dating, shopping and more.
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April 7, 2019
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It's become nearly impossible to keep your phone number private in the modern age. Whether you're trying to sign up for an online service or set up a purchase on Craigslist, giving out your number to strangers has become an unfortunate reality.

That's why Hushed Private Phone Line allows you to set up a secure, second phone number so you can keep your real number hidden, and a lifetime subscription is currently available for over 80 percent off at just $25.

Whether you're trying to reduce the number of spam calls you get every day or simply want to keep a sketchy someone at a reasonable distance, Hushed has you covered. You'll be able to set up an entirely secure second number and choose from hundreds of area codes across the US and Canada, and all of your communications can be easily managed from a single app.

Your plan comes with a combination of 6,000 SMS or 1,000 phone minutes every year, and you can add more minutes whenever you want.

This service also allows you to customize your voicemail, and you'll be able to use WiFi in order to talk on your line without incurring any charges.

Protect your privacy with a lifetime subscription to Hushed Private Phone Line for just $25—a major discount on its $150 retail price.

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