RingMeMaybe is the first iPhone app developed by yourVirtualSIM Inc., headquartered in San Francisco, California. RingMeMaybe is designed to solve the privacy issues in person-to-person and person-to-crowd mobile engagement. We strongly believe that sharing your phone number is the best way to start a conversation. We hope you will like our app and find it useful. Looking forward to your feedbacks!
New temporary phone numbers are only one tap away! By default, they expire after 7 days, but you can postpone the expiration date with the 'add time' button. All numbers within the app are burner numbers, and therefore operate like an actual burner phone but with more convenience.
Manage multiple phone numbers for Dating, Craigslist, or Business! The tags make it easy to know which phone number is calling. All burner phone numbers are private and ensure 100% privacy, making it the perfect app to use for business, marketplaces or dating.
You can easily call privately with the dialer or directly from your contact list. Incoming calls will ring within the app, even when it’s not open. You also have a visual voicemail if you cannot pick up the phone.
Send SMS text messages for free using our iPhone app! You can easily keep track of all your conversations for each of your disposable prepaid phone numbers to ensure private messaging. The text messages come from real US phone numbers and can be send to any phone number around the world.
RingMeMaybe provides temporary phone numbers, which are therefore disposable and can be deleted at any time. Let's say that you’ve published an ad on Craigslist and sold your bike. You can trash the phone number and get immediate peace of mind. It’s just like having a separate burner phone except that you’re using your own device.
The iOS App works entirely over IP and does not consume any call minutes or text plan from your carrier. It requires a wireless Internet connection: Wifi, LTE, 4G, or 3G and can be used anywhere in the world.
@kreptplaydirtyyeah fam im the swerve lord, its called "ringmemaybe" in app store. Just magic up a new phone number— (@FunnyTummy) June 16, 2015