How does Global Call Forwarding work?
It's simple. When setting up your account, you select the city and area code of your local, or virtual number, in the U.S. For Seattle, you would use the pull-down menu from the order form to select "Washington - Seattle (+1 206)." Once your account has been set up, your callers in the U.S. dial your assigned virtual number in Seattle and are automatically connected to your India mobile number or India landline number - or wherever in the world you may be located. You can divert your calls to any telephone number in the world when and as your circumstances require. You can customize your settings and route calls anywhere in the world – when, where, and how you want it.
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.
Not a VoIP service
It is critical to highlight that this service is not a VoIP service. Rather, it is an international call forwarding solution for those who demand reliability. The service is routed 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. Call forwarding services that route their traffic via VoIP can be subject to packet loss and therefore result in negative call quality. To the contrary, we will forward calls from your U.S. virtual number in Seattle to India over the PSTN.