With Online privacy in high demand, it’s no wonder that people don’t like huge corporations being able to link your mobile phone number to your online account. People want privacy and they don’t want to give out their mobile phone numbers. This is why I use disposable phone numbers whenever a website wants to send me a SMS Verification Code to verify my identity.
With disposable phone numbers, I am able to receive SMS online with new numbers each time. Each time, I would be granted a new online phone number for receiving SMS verification texts.
Use Case Scenario: To Receive SMS Verification Codes for Facebook with New Numbers
So let’s say I’m trying to sign up for a Facebook account so I can use Facebook privately. During the sign-up process, Facebook will ask me to input a mobile phone number so they can send me a SMS Verification code.
As soon as Facebook asks me to input the mobile phone number, I simply input a disposable phone number instead of my own mobile phone number. Once Facebook sends that temporary phone number the SMS verification code, the verification will be displayed in the MobileSMS.io Dashboard for you to see.
Another Case Scenario: To Receive SMS Verification Codes for Tinder with New Numbers
In this example, we can utilize the same concept to sign up for Tinder without Facebook or your own phone number. We can now sign up for Tinder anonymously and browse Tinder without fear of your mobile phone number being leaked.
Tinder is just an example, you can really use it on potentially any online dating app or website. As long as you are privacy conscious and want to remain safe online, a disposable phone number is a great option to have.