Install YourDialer from Apple App Store.
Open the app and enter your voip login credentials. You can find them here.
After successful login you should see this screen. See how to navigate:
- 1. History (your recent calls)
- 2. Contacts (the contacts from your phone book)
- 3. Call (dialer)
- 4. Settings
This is step is optional but recommended:
You can set a caller id so the callee can see your telephone number. If you do not do that, the callee will see random numbers from random countries and might refuse your call.
To set the caller id open the settings and select Caller ID.
After that select Add Caller ID.
You will now see the screen like on the screenshot: First of all select the Phone type from the list (landline or cell number). Then select your Country, the country calling code will be added automatically. Now enter your phone number in international format and press Verify.
To prevent abuse you have to verify that you have access to this phone number. Depending of your choice you get a verification code by text message or by phone call. If you use a landline number text messages might not work.
As soon as you verified your phone number you can select it from the Caller ID menu. Of course you can add multiple numbers and select the number you need.
You will see this screen as soon as you call somebody. You can use the buttons to mute the microphone, open the dialer, switch to bluetooth or enable the speaker. Below you can see the time, the price per minute, the connection fee (should not occur) and the connection quality.
This tutorial was created for version 2.0.3 on iOS 11, so images in later versions may differ slightly, but the functionality should be the same. If not, please contact our customer service so that we can revise the tutorial and help you.
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