With Myphoner you get a range of different options for dialling.

Myphoner has always built on the premise that customers are free to choose their favourite VOIP provider, and we continue to adhere to that.

But as the free softphones has stopped working with click-to-call, the barrier to get started calling for our customers has become bigger.

That's why we launched two new options in the beginning of 2019:

  • A new integrated dialler in Myphoner. The dialler currently works with a limited number of VOIP services including Twilio, OnSIP and our own myphoner voice, but more vendors are expected to be added later.

  • An app for both iPhone and Android.

Myphoner Voice

Myphoner voice is fully integrated telephony, baked right into the platform. 

We have had to acknowledge that building a dialler with baked in telephony will offer more convenience and better possibilities for future features and functionality.

So we have teamed up with a trusted voip provider, to offer a full convenience suite of telephony in Myphoner - in addition to the ability to use any provider our customers may prefer.

Myphoner voice is currently available for customers in the EU, and we are continuing to work on the solution and plan to offer it in other parts of the world as well.

You need to be on the Prospect plan to use Myphoner Voice.

Myphoner Mobile

Myphoner mobile is our app for iPhone and Android that let you route myphoner calls to a smartphone so you can use your own mobile subscription to call your leads.

You need to be on the Prospect plan to use Myphoner mobile.


Use your existing Twilio subscription with myphoner. Our Twilio integration features a built-in webphone that connects to your Twilio subscription to do the dialling. Ideal if you already use Twilio for telephony in your organisation.

See our article on setting up the Twilio integration to get started.

You need to be on the Prospect plan to use the Twilio integration.


We support any voip dialler (software telephone) you can install on your device (computer, smartphone or tablet). The dialler must support click-to-call in the browser (dialling through clicking phone-type links in a browser).

Please remember that you also need a voip subscription and your softphone need to be configured with that subscription before it can call regular telephone numbers.

At the time of this writing, we recommend using either Bria or a paid version of Zoiper, those are both robust softphones that will work with almost any voip provider.

If you have multiple phones installed on your device, you can change which one is used by Myphoner by changing the voip handle in your user preferences.

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