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Call masking: What to know

By Guardian Exclusive
25 July 2018   |   3:13 pm
'Call Masking' is a technique used by individuals or companies to keep phone numbers of businesses and individuals private. A masked call occurs when an international calling number is masked as a local number traffic. Numbers can also be in shortcodes.

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