Can the secondary number be somehow traced? Can one associate the secondary number with the primary number of the device?

The app protects the privacy of your primary number:

  1. The recipient of the call sees an incoming call from the secondary number and not your private number.
  2. When dialing the secondary number, one also does not see the primary number.
  3. The cellular operator on the network where the primary number is located does not see the numbers you dialed via Num2 or the numbers that called Num2; instead, your secondary number appears as the caller or the called number.

However, note that:

  1. If you have voicemail on a primary number, incoming calls to the application will be forwarded to this voicemail in case of no answer, phone busy or rejecting a call. There is an option to set up an app-specific voicemail.
  2. Given a judge’s order, Cellact Communications is committed to providing full details of the calls made via the Num2 app.
  3. If your secondary number is tagged with registration software such as True Caller, the secondary number can be assigned to the owner of the number according to the name of the registrant in the phone book.
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Do calls from the Num2 appear in the device call log?

In the device log, you will see incoming and outgoing calls; the calls are registered with the secondary number, not the original caller or the number dialed.

This is in accordance with Google Play’s requirement that an app will not be able to make changes to call history on Android devices, as there is no change to IPhone devices.

The number that appears in the call log is the Secondary number defined in the app. The original caller or dialed number will not be exposed and will not appear in a call log.

For users who have purchased a package that includes calls in VOIP mode, calls made after activating VOIP mode will not appear in the device call log.

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Which network does the secondary number in the app belong? Does the network provider record the calls I make with the app?

The application is a Cellact ltd development.The network in which the secondary numbers are allocated is a Cellact Communications, which holds a Unified Operator license, acts according to its terms and protects the privacy of its customers.

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