Talk & text on your terms

Choose the perfect affordable phone plan.



Talk and text on your very own private phone number, all for a low one-time payment.




  • Credits for local calling and texting*

  • Custom voicemail greetings, call forwarding, and more

  • Choose from 7, 30, 90, and 365 day plans, and extend your number anytime

  • One-time payment, no subscription



Hola! Bonjour! Konnichiwa! Our international plan lets you stay in touch with people all over the world.



USD/MONTH (includes $1 in credits)

  • Make international calls with great rates

  • International texting capabilities available with US/CAN numbers

  • Custom voicemail greetings, call forwarding, and more

  • Use Hushed credits for calls & texts


*(+1) U.S and Canadian numbers can make/receive calls and texts within both countries on all plan types.

You asked. We answered.

  • Hushed is a free app that makes it easy and affordable to call and text on private phone numbers. Choose from phone numbers in 300+ area codes, and get a phone plan starting at just $2.99.

  • It takes about 10 seconds to create a Hushed account. Really! Just sign up for an account, and you’re in. Don’t forget to download our extremely cool (free) app, too.

  • Yes! Hushed numbers work over the internet, so you either need Wi-Fi, mobile data, or for a kind soul to take pity on you and hotspot your device.

  • Hushed works on ANY phone or tablet that can download the free Hushed app. (We’re talking seriously old phones.) As long as there’s a working speaker and it can connect to the internet (Wi-Fi or data), you’re good to go.

  • Hushed is a product of AffinityClick Inc. based on Ottawa, Ontario. (That’s in Canada, and yes, really do have three Tim Hortons locations within sight at all times.) Hushed is the O.G. app in our little app family, along with aloSIM, which lets you download eSIMs (SIM cards) for 175+ countries.

  • People used Hushed for lots of different reasons, but usually it’s because they want a secondary phone number (or lots of them) to use instead of their real phone number.

  • They’re real working phone numbers, but sometimes people want a junk/fake number they can give out freely (shopping, salespeople, annoying forms) to prevent their real phone number from ending up on spammy lists.