GoDaddy SmartLine: Your business deserves its own phone number

No tradeoff required

As a business owner, you make tradeoffs to lower costs, increase sales, and become more efficient. Work long hours or lose potential clients. Launch a website or print new brochures. You look for ways to do more with less — sometimes making unfortunate sacrifices due to limited resources. With GoDaddy SmartLine, you can add a business number to your existing mobile phone, no tradeoff required.

SmartLine was built with your business in mind.

 

Because no matter how small, your business deserves its own phone number.

Introducing GoDaddy SmartLine

GoDaddy SmartLine is an app for iOS and Android that gives you a second, dedicated number and voicemail on your mobile phone that you can use for your business.

Separate your business and personal information

With SmartLine, you instantly know when a call is personal or for business, so you can answer accordingly. Your customers see your business phone number on their Caller ID so your personal number stays private. And there is no more wasting time listening to long, rambling voicemails. SmartLine automatically transcribes your messages and immediately notifies you so you can scan through them and prioritize return calls.

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Build your professional image

SmartLine makes it easy to look more professional and established.

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SmartLine is more than just a number — it includes its own customizable voicemail box, so even missed calls go to the right place. You can set business hours when you want to accept calls, and create a separate business voicemail greeting. This means you’ll sound like a pro even when you can’t get to the phone.

You can count on call quality and reliability that’s just as good as your personal calls because SmartLine uses your mobile phone service to make and receive calls.

Get big business benefits, fast

With online registration and easy app install, in less than five minutes your business will have a dedicated number that rings on your mobile phone. You’ll get many features of a big company phone system without having to purchase new equipment, and the added benefits of being mobile:

Two-way caller visibility. You know instantly when a call is for personal or business, and customers see your business phone number on their Caller ID.

Custom settings. You can create a business voicemail greeting, set business hours when you’ll accept calls, and put your phone on do not disturb.

Text messaging. Use text and MMS messaging just as you would for your personal number.

Contact names. View calls, messages and voicemail by contact names saved on your phone.

Voicemail transcription. Read automatic voicemail transcriptions that are sent to your email.

How do you get a SmartLine?

It’s easy to establish a SmartLine account with GoDaddy. The SmartLine app walks you step-by-step through the setup process and customization of your new business phone line.

1. Sign up at: www.godaddy.com/SmartLine.

2. Choose a local number with a US area code.

3. Link your mobile phone.

4. Pick up the automated text sent to your mobile to install the app.

5. Make your test call.

It’s really that simple!

Smart businesses use SmartLine

No matter what type of business you own, GoDaddy SmartLine will help you separate personal and business calls without carrying two phones, look and feel like a professional, and keep overhead low.

Barry Saik
As SVP and General Manager of GoDaddy’s Telephony group, Barry creates a strategic vision for GoDaddy’s SmartLine product and leads the teams responsible for building and bringing the product to market. Prior to joining GoDaddy, Barry worked in a number of roles at Intuit, including Head of Intuit’s consumer finance products: Mint, Mint Bills and Quicken. Barry also served as general manager of the company's Intuit Websites Division and led Product for TurboTax for many years. Barry earned an MBA from UCLA, and bachelor's degrees in General Engineering, Product Design and in Communications from Stanford University. When not working to help small business owners and others leverage the power of the Internet, Barry enjoys skiing and mountain biking with his wife and three children.