Does a CoverMe Call Show up on my Phone Bill?

Online privacy and security when we use our mobile devices to communicate with one another have become increasingly important. As smartphones and the systems they interact with have proliferated, our cellphone data has spread throughout thousands of databases around the world. Often, this data – including the actual content of the messages we send – is linked with other personal information about us such as our names, dates of birth, and country of residence, which means that large corporations can easily obtain a detailed profile on all of us. Worse still, hackers and other malicious third parties are often able to get hold of this data and spam you with telemarketing calls or, worse, blackmail you.

Considering this, it’s vital to take cellular security seriously. And one of the best ways to do this is to prevent the calls and texts that you send from showing up on your mobile phone bill. This is a great way not just to prevent large companies from collecting data on you, but also to add a layer of privacy to your communications so if someone should steal your mail or look at your phone bill, they won’t be able to learn who you have been messaging.

Fortunately, there is now a free app available that can handle all of this for you. The quickest way to obtain secret texting and calling on your phone and to make phone calls that do not show up on your phone bill is to download CoverMe, the free secret chatting app.

You can get CoverMe on either your iPhone or your Android. It uses military-grade end-to-end encryption (E2EE) to protect your outgoing data. Even better, CoverMe lets you set up your own alternative personal phone numbers, which you can use to call and text anyone with a number from the US, Canada, and China, even if they don’t have the CoverMe app. You can also sign up for social media accounts using the numbers for verification. Just like apps such as Facebook messenger, Snapchat, and iMessage, if the calls are made while connected to Wi-Fi, they won’t show up on your bill. If the calls are made with cellular data, they will show up on your phone bill as data, not call records.

CoverMe has a wealth of other built-in security measures. You can make secure calls thanks to the encrypted VoIP, send securely encrypted messages, and even create your own private chatting groups with friends or colleagues to share messages and make broadcasts that only they can see. The app also lets you safely share your photos and videos with people, all while giving you a personal, password-encrypted vault to store your messages, contacts, call logs, photos, videos, and even files.

CoverMe also has additional layers of security. You can create a decoy password to keep your secrets even better hidden and even disguise your messaging service as a newsreader app. Just like a spy movie, you can also create messages that self-destruct, preventing their re-distribution. And if you accidentally send a message to someone that you did not intend to, CoverMe has you covered there with their handy recall feature. This lets you retrieve (or unsend) a message that you have accidentally sent to anyone in your contact list.

Why Won’t CoverMe Show Up on My Phone Bill?

CoverMe is the ultimate measure in mobile security. It uses end-to-end encryption in every aspect of its service by default. That means any data going out of your device from the CoverMe app is completely scrambled and requires a key to unlock that only the intended recipient has possession of.

Where regular calls are delivered across unprotected phone networks and can be intercepted by just about anyone, CoverMe’s outgoing calls are made using the internet and with end-to-end encryption. This means that whether you’re discussing sensitive business strategies with clients or just having a private conversation with loved ones, no one can tap into the line and monitor what you’re saying.

And because the calls go over the internet, the only thing that will show up on your bill is the regular line rental. That means that anyone monitoring your phone bill will be unable to see who, where, or when you have been making calls. Your call history is totally removed.

Besides, CoverMe has significant security advantages over SMS messages. When you send an SMS message, it can easily be intercepted by third parties because all of the content is stored by your network provider. And many telecommunications companies have suffered hacks and leaked data recently. If you use CoverMe, however, it is secret messaging that utilizes high-tech end-to-end encryption that is virtually impossible to crack. That means that your messages will only ever be read by your intended recipient.

How to Use CoverMe to Call and Text Without it Showing up on the Phone Bill

It’s simple to make an anonymous call with CoverMe. You can do it in two quick steps.

First,  you’ll need to get a private phone number from CoverMe. That’s just a few taps of a button, and you’ll be up and running. You can use this number for whatever you like – registering for social media services, as an alternative for work colleagues, or even just to provide when filling out online forms. It’s great for online platforms that require you to provide your cellular details such as Craigslist, Tinder, and other services such as WhatsApp because it prevents you from having to give out your real details.

The second step is just to make a call from within the app. It’s that simple! CoverMe’s security features are always enabled, so you’ll never have to worry about accidentally making an unsecured call. No matter who you call, where they are, your primary phone number will never be visible, and it will never show up on your phone bill.

CoverMe is the complete package. Not only will you be able to hide secret messages, but you will also be upgrading your security and privacy to military levels. Finally, you can obtain some peace of mind and text whoever you want, whatever you want, whenever you want. And absolutely none of it will show up on your phone bill.

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