SmartLine Second Phone Number

SmartLine Second Phone Number


  • Category: Business
  • Release Date: 2017-04-28
  • Current Version: 4.12.0
  • Adult Rating: 4+
  • File Size: 74.74 MB
  • Developer:, LLC
  • Compatibility: Requires iOS 10.0 or later.
Score: 4.5
From 15,661 Ratings


Add a second phone number to your iPhone. Great for adding a business line or a second personal phone number. 2 numbers for 1 phone! Try us free for 7 days, just install the app to get started. KEEP YOUR PERSONAL NUMBER PRIVATE – protect your personal privacy by giving out your second phone number. ANSWER YOUR PHONE LIKE A PRO – know when a call is for business, so you always sound professional. SEND TEXT AND PICTURE MESSAGES – send and receive text and image messages from your second phone number. CUSTOMIZE VOICEMAIL GREETING – having a professional sounding voicemail increases the credibility of your business. VOICEMAIL TRANSCRIBED FOR YOU – get your voicemails transcribed into text and sent to your email. SET BUSINESS HOURS – choose the hours that your business line rings or goes to voicemail. PICK YOUR OWN PHONE NUMBER – select a local U.S. second phone number. CALLER ID – shows your dedicated business number. PORT YOUR NUMBER – already have a 2nd phone number? Bring it with you by porting it to SmartLine. HOW IT WORKS Choose your new business number and link your phone number to your iPhone. When someone calls your second number, it will ring on your mobile phone. SmartLine uses your cellular signal, so the call quality is the same as your personal number. START CALLING & TEXTING IN 5 MINUTES 1. Install the SmartLine phone app for iPhone 2. Create a GoDaddy account or sign in 3. Confirm your SmartLine Unlimited Subscription 4. Link it to your smartphone 5. You’re ready to call & text! Requires a GoDaddy SmartLine subscription to use the app. SmartLine is currently available only in the US. Install the app, sign in/sign up to subscribe to SmartLine Unlimited for 7 days free with your iTunes account. • After the free trial, SmartLine Unlimited will automatically renew at $9.99/month via iTunes, unless you cancel 24 hours before the free trial ends or before the end of the current billing period • Payment will be charged to iTunes Account at confirmation of purchase • Easily manage and cancel at any time through your iTunes subscription settings • Subscription automatically renews unless auto-renew is turned off at least 24-hours before the end of the current period • Account will be charged for renewal within 24-hours prior to the end of the current period, and identify the cost of the renewal • If you didn’t purchase SmartLine through iTunes, you can manage your subscription through the GoDaddy website. Terms of use: Privacy policy:



  • How do I add money to my account

    By mickamomma
    How do I add money to my account?
  • Lacking key features - avoid

    By WhyIsntItBetter
    Can’t send multiple pics at once. Can’t forward texts Can’t save multiple images About 100 features lacking that even iMessage has.
  • The Greatest

    By NYBLAK2
    This is like the great app ever for the person that has started his / her own business..
  • Love it

    By Tutttie
    Called Verizon to get s toll free number and they told me I would have to do it through abusiness account. For $9.99 I can get 300 calls to aid and assist people in a Crisis. God Is Good!
  • interferes with advertising

    By arsiserge
    when I call a customer, instead of my number, he sees an advertisement for SmartLine
  • The next best to a iPhone 😁

    By Badboy Dnice
    I love it it keep me from have to carry two phones the only thing is the need to work on more greetings ladies me you mail
  • Glaring Oversight

    By erinid
    I wanted to like this app, but ultimately it didn’t provide what I needed. I’ll start with the good. 1. Reliable. 2. Price point is good. 3. Customer service via chat is helpful. Now the not so good. 1. Customer service on the phone is honestly kind of rude. And now the big issue. VOICEMAIL DOES NOT ACTUALLY WORK UNLESS YOU PHYSICALLY DECLINE THE CALL. You read that right. Unless you can get your hands on your phone and decline the call, your caller is not able to leave a message at all. I used this line for my business. If people can’t leave a voicemail, it defeats the purpose of their whole call. I’m a busy person, and if I’m meeting with another client it is inappropriate for me to have much to do with my phone. When I contacted customer service via chat, the person was like, oh sorry that’s not a feature yet but we will let you know when it is. 🤷🏼‍♀️ I ended up switching to another app today because I don’t have time to wait for necessary feature to be added.
  • App freezes

    By njgcyxfgubgf
    App freezes
  • Not business ready

    By Pensacola DL
    EDIT: After over year of use, still literally same unimproved app. Especially #2&3 below. I’ve found several other 2nd line apps for same/cheaper cost. Will be contacting Godaddy to see about cancelling service and putting funds towards website/domain. Tired of dealing with same app issues and no progress. App is good for a general 2nd line like google voice which is free and actually more reliable. I purchased SmartLine under the assumption of the sales guy knew what he was talking about. Now I have 10years of service with SmartLine in hopes they drastically improve things if marketing as a second business line. 1. It’s needs to be voip based as well as the current cellular as even cell phones (my iPhone 7) use Wi-Fi calling in weak areas of house or places yet SmartLine will send caller to voicemail hence I am unable to use my cell Wi-Fi calling if I desire SmartLine to work. 2. Called ID needs to show who is calling as well as clients have told me a different # than my business # sometimes shows up on their caller ID which is not good and shows app is unstable. 3. Voicemail needs MORE OPTIONS! PERIOD! I can’t even forward calls to house/business and a smartphone only answer is bad for business as if on a job, calls may need to be routed to someone else and not client get voicemail during business hours or if they get voicemail then give them the option to choose to leave message or press another # to reach another tech. Godaddy can take a lot of hints from youmail which i use for my cell voicemail. A better custom greeting , options for client to choose from if emergency (in my business at least), general maintenance, choose to forward to operator (office) , etc. unfortunately Godaddy does not allow me to even forward to my youmail account and utilize these features. 4. Overall Godaddy needs to take a deep look at other 2nd line business lines and features if they intend to charge and market SmartLine as a business line. 5. General- improve call quality, improve voicemail, improve features I mentioned above as well as others have mentioned in their reviews as apparently I’m not the only business owner who has same/similar issues. So far I’ve actually switched to google voice for my business which is free, has same and more features than paid SmartLine. I’ve always had great experience with Godaddy products but this is the worst and I hope the developers listen to and read these ratings. Otherwise I’ll have bought 10years of a premium service which I use 1/4 of time just to call an understanding established client back and see if SmartLine has improved rather than use with new clients and completely forward/change/port my main business line to SmartLine. Occasional forward main business # (free google voice #) to SmartLine and use as testing to see if it’s improved. So far after 5-6 months of use, still same. If this continues, I’ll simply scrap this app and consider the product cost a loss of doing business. Godaddy developers PLEASE PLEASE PLEASE listen to the public ratings as we have all purchased the product in hopes of business use.
  • Wish it were better. But it’s not the worst

    By Aaday321
    Too many glitches to use as a reliable business line. But now that I’m locked in. It’s not terrible. Gets the jobs done but might not give you a notification when your business depends on it. sooooo...