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  1. Robocok Red Belt

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    I have a couple texting apps that are working well for me, textnow and textfree.

    They show some ads but it's not overly obtrusive. I'd like to add a 3rd but am trouble finding a decent one. A couple that claimed to be free tried to charge to use a number. Another wouldn't allow me to select the area code.

    What are some other good ones?
     
  2. Sonny Qc Yellow Card Yellow Card

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    are you a teenage girl?
     
  3. HARRISON_3 Steel Belt

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    Why not just text like normal?

    WhatsApp I guess?
     
  4. Cpt Migraine Never out of likes..

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    Texting app?
     
  5. Robocok Red Belt

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    I use different numbers for different categories of items that I advertise and sell locally so if a call or text comes through on a particular number, I know what it's regarding before opening the message.
     
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    Not everyone has whatsapp so I like to use regular burner numbers that anyone can call or text. Surprised that I'm the only one who does this. I think it's nice to know what a text is about without having to check it right away. That, and I can keep all of my texts separated. One line for personal, one for business 1, another for business 2, etc.
     
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    Just get a burner phone from Walmart then bruh.
     
  8. Robocok Red Belt

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    Ya, that's an option but then I have to carry it around. I'm loving having 3 lines on my one phone. My main number for personal and then 2 more for 2 different side businesses. If I could add one more that would be awesome. Maybe I need to purchase one
     

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