I believe it will come up as your own number when you receive a private call on your bill. I'm not sure about the reverse. What have something to hide?
For outgoing calls
if you use *67 to dial. Will that number show up on your bill?
You cannot block an outgoing number from your carrier. The call could not be completed if the carrier and other carriers down the line did not know the number you are dialing.
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I don't think I said anything about receiving a private call. Maybe you should read my post again.Originally Posted by Xboxking
I seeOriginally Posted by efparri
I'm trying to figure out a way to call a number (another AT&T mobile number) without it showing on my bill.
If the number is local and/or you aren't roaming, it won't show on your bill but it will be seen if the account is accessed online. Nothing you can do to prevent that from happening.Originally Posted by UnR1
If I'm annoyed and you're annoyed, does that make us a paranoid ??
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Curious (as I'm sure others are)...why?Originally Posted by UnR1
Easy solution is get a prepaid phone if your trying to hide something from showing up on your bill.
he/she is cheating and doesn't want to be caught LOL. easiest way is to get a prepaid sim and buy a dual sim phone and have both post paid and preppaid on the same phone.
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You would have to use a form of call forwarding. The initial number dialed will appear but the number to which the call is forwarded will not.Originally Posted by UnR1
Or pick up a grandcentral or third party that allows you to call with, if your trying to hide something.
Or like others said, prepaid, any carrier will do. AT&T you can get M2M, T-Mobile you could get a flexpay with myfaves...
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I'm looking into all the options above.
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Get a calling card, call their access number, and then dial the actual number when you get the second dial tone. Only the calling card number will show up on your AT&T bill, the actual destination number will only show on the calling card statement.
I was going to say use a pay phone, but then again those are getting harder and harder to find these days because of companies like AT&T Mobility and the technology they useOriginally Posted by UnR1
If cheating really IS the reason here......and it certainly seems to be so....the best solution is to not cheat. I guarantee the significant other will find out.....Originally Posted by vietalogy
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