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Host Multiple Phone Numbers on a Single Device With the New T-Mobile DIGITS Service

While built into some Samsung phones, iOS users will need to use the companion app
December 7, 2016

T-Mobile is taking a page from the Google Voice playbook with the introduction of the DIGITS service. T-Mobile DIGITS will allow users to assign more than one phone number to a single device. It will also allow users to answer calls to a specific number on any Internet-connected device.

Works with number from other carriers

Works with number from other carriers

While the service will be built into some Android phones, any iPhone or iPad users will need to download a specific app. The service will be available on a Mac and other computers through a browser.

The standout feature looks to be that customers can use DIGITS with phone numbers tied to other networks like AT&T, Sprint, and Verizon.

If you’re a T-Mobile customer and intersted in signing up for the beta program, visit here.

While it’s currently free, there will be a charge for the service once exiting its beta test, which is expected to be sometime early next year.