Allow website visitors to call you with just ONE TOUCH to the screen
Click-to-Call, also known as Click-to-Talk, is a form of Web based communication in which a person clicks an object (e.g., button, image or text) from their Smartphone to initiate a phone call with just ONE CLICK or ONE TOUCH to the screen!
🚩 If you show your phone number on a web page as a standard HTML text, only a few web browsers will automatically convert that phone number to a link that when clicked, the Smartphone will initiate a phone call.
🚩 If your website visitor is using a tablet, desktop or a laptop, there are very few software applications that allow the ability to initiate a phone call.
✅ Web developers cannot control which browser your visitors use!
Call 972-372-4237 .... ☜ This Telephone number MAY OR MAY NOT be displayed as a LINK based on the Web Browser and device being used because it is a standard text field.
Call 972-372-4237 .... ☜ This Telephone number is using the HTML5 tel: schemeAND ALWAYS DISPLAYS THE TELEPHONE NUMBER AS A LINK ON ALL DEVICES AND WEB BROWSERS!
Making Phone Calls from Desktops, Laptops and Tablets
In the United States, AT&T has introduced FREE FEATURES that allow selected Smartphones, tablets, laptops and, desktops to initiate a phone call from a web page on A LIMITED NUMBER OF DEVICES.
These FREE features are
✅ AT&T NUMBER SYNC - With this feature, you can use the mobile number assigned to your Smartphone with some newer tablets, laptops, and desktop devices. Friends and family can recognize your cell phone number originating the call even if you are not using your Smartphone. You can make and receive calls from any of the synced devices!
✅ AT&T WI-FI Calling. Once enabled, you can use Wi-Fi Calling to talk and text over an active Wi-Fi connection. It lets you talk and text from locations where there is a weak or no cellular coverage. Wi-Fi Calling can be used in the Domestic Coverage Area (U.S., Puerto Rico, and U.S. Virgin Islands) and from most international countries.
✅ Check with your cellular carrier to see if they offer similar features!
Should you consider using Google Voice?
✅ If you live in the US and
Have a Windows desktop laptop or tablet
Want to make phone calls from any of these devices
Want to Send and Receive Text Messages from any of these devices