New York, NY, July 23, 2014 --(PR.com
)-- SpoofTel originated in 2004 and is now the oldest and longest-running caller ID spoofing provider. When it first launched, the service allowed users to place calls and disguise the telephone number from which they were calling. Instead of displaying the real originating number, any number (up to 10 digits) of the user’s choice was displayed. Now, 10 years later, SpoofTel continues to provide the same anonymous calling service at the same price that it was during the beginning.
In addition to the call spoofing feature, SpoofTel has implemented multiple other features over the years. Customers can use the service to place anonymous text messages, record their phone calls, change the sound of their voice during the call with several voice pitch options to choose from, and use a number of available sound boards. Customers also have the option of purchasing their own Spoof number which can be a local telephone number or a toll free number that is forwarded to a telephone of their choice. If you have family that live far enough away so that your phone calls are long distance, you can purchase a Spoof number that is local for them and forward it to your phone. That way, you might save on long distance fees and make it so they only need to dial seven digits to reach you.
The number of individuals that use caller ID spoofing has definitely grown over the years and continues to grow as more people learn about the service. It’s nice to know that calls can be made in a way that protects your identity without having to display your number as “blocked” or “unknown.” With the ever increasing popularity of text messaging it’s nice that SMS spoofing is available as well.
SpoofTel has had a number of promotions over the years and continues to offer free trial phone calls. This year should be extra special considering it’s such an important anniversary. You can follow SpoofTel on Twitter or otherwise stay tuned for upcoming promotions that will be taking place from now until the end of the year. If you’ve never tried caller ID spoofing before now’s your chance. Try it for free and have fun with the optional features.