Hello. Can I just check that I understand how this works for Singapore.
I buy a Singapore national number that begins with +65… Then when people call that number either from within Sing or from outside Sing, I can have the call forwarded to Skype on my iPhone.
The cost is USD6 per month. The cost for forwarding to Skype is zero.
Is that correct?
I tried to sign up for a Sing number but it is asking me for a “Personal ID Nr/Business registration Nr”. There is no explanation in your list of ‘Countires the require special registration’.
Does this mean you have to be a Singapore citizen to get a Sing number?
Flynumber: I’m not sure the answer is clear. There are actually 3 questions being asked:
Do you have to be a Singapore citizen to get a Singapore number?
If you don’t have to be a Singapore citizen, do you need a local Singapore address to get a Singapore number?
If the answer to #1 & #2 is “No” :: The “special documentation” needed/mentioned – i.e “a valid govt issued photo ID or company certificate (from any country in the world)” – does this mean you can have a foreign passport as documentation (i.e. USA, Russia, Germany, etc) and that will suffice to obtain a Singapore number?