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Manage your caller ID during calls

When you make calls, you can hide your caller ID from people that you call. You can also decide which phone number you want to make calls and send messages from.

Hide your caller ID for all calls

Important: When you hide your caller ID on one device, it’s hidden on all devices with the same Google Voice account.
  1. Open the Google Voice app "".
  2. At the top left, tap Menu "" and then Settings.
  3. Under 'Calls', turn on Anonymous caller ID "".
    • If you want to show your phone number to people that you call, turn off Anonymous caller ID "".

Hide your caller ID for individual calls

If you don't hide your caller ID for all calls, you can temporarily hide it for individual calls.

  1. Open the Google Voice app "".
  2. At the bottom, tap Calls Calls.
  3. Enter the prefix used to block your caller ID.
    • This prefix depends on the country or region that your Google Voice number is from. For example, if your Google Voice number is from the US, your prefix is '*67'. You always use the same prefix for all numbers that you call.
  4. Enter the phone number.
  5. Tap Call Calls.

Choose which number shows on your caller ID

If you have more than one Google Voice number, you can choose which number shows when you make calls and send messages.

  1. Open the Google Voice app "".
  2. At the top left, tap Menu "" and then Settings.
  3. Under 'Outbound caller ID', choose the phone number that you want to make calls and send messages from.
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