In an age where we are constantly bombarded with spam and robocalls, it’s no wonder that more and more people are using SMS verification to protect their online accounts. But what if you don’t have a phone number? Or what if you’re trying to bypass SMS verification?
Enter virtual phone numbers. A virtual phone number is a real phone number, but it’s not associated with any physical device. You can use it to receive SMS messages from any service that requires a phone number for verification, without having to give out your real number.
In this blog post, we’ll show you how to set up a virtual phone number and use it to bypass SMS verification. We’ll also discuss the pros and cons of using a virtual phone number, so you can decide if it’s the right solution for you.
Setting up a Virtual Phone Number
There are a few different ways to get a virtual phone number. You can sign up for a service like Google Voice, Burner, or SMS-Man, or you can buy a SIM card from a country where SMS verification is not required.
We recommend using SMS-Man, as it offers the most flexibility and features for bypassing SMS verification. With SMS-Man, you can get a temporary phone number for as little as $0.1 per number. And if you need to buy more numbers, you can do so at any time.
To get started with SMS-Man, create an account and verify your email address. Then, select “Get A Number.” You’ll be given the option to choose an SMS or rent number. For the purposes of bypassing SMS verification, we recommend choosing an SMS number.
Once you’ve chosen your number country, you’ll be asked to select a service.
After you’ve selected your number, you’ll be asked to make a payment. Once your payment is processed, your virtual phone number will be activated and ready to use.
Using a Virtual Phone Number
Now that you have your virtual phone number set up, you can start using it to bypass SMS verification. When prompted for your phone number on any website or app, simply enter your virtual phone number instead of your real one. You’ll still receive any messages sent to that number, but your real number will remain hidden.
Pros and Cons of Using a Virtual Phone Number
As with anything else in life, there are advantages and disadvantages to using a virtual phone number for SMS verification. Let’s take a look at some of the pros and cons:
- You can keep your real phone number private.
- You can use a different number for every website or app that requires SMS verification ( greatfor security).
- Temporary numbers are often cheaper than traditional cell phone plans (perfect for short-term use).
- Virtual phone numbers may not work with all websites or apps (you may have toget multiple numbers).