Phone Phone Number alias / masking
It would be nice to have a app from Proton which gives a virtual phone number. (Like Google Voice)
And like firefox relay:
Raven Jento commented
Like IronVest, mask phone numbers.
I don't know if this the same idea (don't use Google voice), but it would be great for paid plans (to avoid spam/abuse) to have SMS receipt numbers (you can choose countries or align these with your VPN settings) for verifying various services without having to disclose your primary phone number.
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Zach Jones commented
Very important but make it free so people can login and make sure it verify WhatsApp and other apps
On one hand, this would be a neat feature. In practicality, I would only use this if Proton could guarantee complete privacy like they can with their e-mail system. But, the NSA is so hard-tapped into the international phone grid, that I don't think even Proton can protect their users against illegal mass surveillance even if they wanted to.
Yes, we definitely need it in the States. There are many soft phone providers around, but they are all U.S. based, thus are the subject to all these nasty privacy abusive laws (Patriot Act, CALEA Law etc.). Please, bring a little bit of Swiss privacy to the market. Calendar and Drive are useless for most of the ordinary customers.
I've been looking for a simple way to add a virtual phone to my existing service. Something like a burner phone app, though not ad supported but instead from someone dedicated to privacy. I have Proton Mail, VPN, Calendar, and Files, so what's one more, right? VOIP-based, using Proton Mail contacts, texts saved as emails.
I could really use a HIPAA compliant phone number with voicemail and text features. This is offered in gsuite, but Google doesn't have the same level of security as Proton Mail. Thanks!
I like that one!
Yes, I would have my pbx system use this in a heartbeat. I can't stand google voice or Microsoft teams calling plans.
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Honestly just deleted my Microsoft for this exact reason . Skype and all the vulnerability’s it makes to one’s account as well as personal credentials like telephone numbers and more
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This is another cool idea, but to beat google you have to unfortunately think like google. They take each thing in stride, and build completed features with cohesive user experiences. Proton has protonmail going for it, but everything being built right now feels like it is a in a silo. To replace Google Suite, Protonmail, Calendar, Drive, etc, will all need to be pristine user experiences, and that's just not the case. For example, not a single person in my company of 1000's could use ProtonCalendar for this reason alone:
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