|How Do I Transfer Calls from my AT&T|
Number to an International Number?
It's simple. First you purchase a local or virtual phone number from us in the city and state that you desire. In the U.S. and Canada, the "North American Numbering Plan" allows only for ten digits in any phone number (area code + number). Typically, carriers in North America will not accept more than ten digits. So if you want to forward to a cell number in another country overseas, you will not be able to do so, unless you set up a virtual number. And that's where we come in.
When it's time to leave the country, you simply begin forwarding your AT&T number to "virtual" phone number that you have purchased from us. Our system, then, forwards calls to your international number overseas in Mexico, India, China, Israel, Europe - or wherever else in the world.
Manage "Ring To" Number Online
You have complete control via online account management as to "where" your virtual number will ring. You can easily change your "ring to" number via the web, 24/7. You simply login your account and change the destination number to any other landline or mobile phone number - in real time.
How is the Audio Quality?
Our Global Call Forwarding partner has 20+ plus years of experience has resulted in close partnerships with reputable service providers around the globe. Through this experience and by developing a proprietary service platform, we are able to provide the highest service quality and reliability to our customers. You can expect excellent audio quality. In fact, our service it is an international call forwarding solution for those who demand reliability.
We also offer 24/7 service support alongside an ever-evolving online service portal that gives our customers the power to manage their service lines and configure advanced features at the click of a button. Many of are routes are completed over the public switched telephone network (PSTN). The PSTN is the network of the world's public circuit-switched telephone networks, which includes mobile as well as fixed line telephones. It is the world's collection of interconnected voice-oriented public telephone networks, both commercial and government owned.