Calls made or received on Burner count against your cellular phone plan voice allowance -- though unlimited phone plans are common these days, so this may not be an issue.Calls made through Burner show up on your phone bill as calls between your Burner number and your personal number.Research from 2015 found 62 percent of teens share their social media username as one of the first pieces of information when meeting someone new.
Following each other on social media allows you to put a face and a story to the name, and facilitates conversation based on relevant things that are going on in each other’s lives.
You create text messages from within the Burner app.
The texts appear to the receiver just like they would a normal text message. Texts sent or received count against your data only (and don’t use much data at all).
We reroute calls coming to your Burner and send them to your cell phone so your personal number stays private.
This is why it looks like your Burner is calling you when you receive a call and why it looks like you are calling your Burner when you dial out.