People used to have a separate work line and even an office-wide phone.
For personal calls, there was always the home phone.
but they just don’t pick up the phone, answer your text messages or come out on another date with you!
You’re already advanced enough to approach women, get them interested in you and even to get their phone numbers…
This is one of the most frustrating experiences, because while you have the numbers of twenty beautiful girls in your phone, you might as well have .
She considers herself a very social person, but text communication has never been as intuitive to her as face-to-face interaction.
Now many people are down to just one: their cell phone. It's all of these things." Los Angeles-based Burner is making it so you can have a phone number for each of your identities.
And that's increasingly become a problem in a world where you sell couches on Craigslist to strangers, give out your number to Tinder dates you've never met, let Airbnb guests staying in your home text you problems, or make a living selling crafts on Etsy. But it's not just a phone number like you use today.
Carter and Cohn first hit on the idea in 2012 when they were building a different app that could show when people were available to talk.
Dating app Tinder for a long time had been flooded with spam bots – fake accounts that flirt with users in order to redirect them to adult sites, and yes, take their money.