Hey everybody. I've decided to get a second phone line for all things business/marketing related. Mainly because I do not want to answer my phone like a secretary but at the same time I would like to give my clients the curtosy they deserve. I'm fairly young and live with my girlfriend we have no interest in getting a landline. Naturally I thought my best solution was Skype. However I would prefer for my clients to be able to get ahold of my ASAP, using voicemail as a last resort. This makes VoIP over the computer immpractical as I am not always infront of my monitor. So heres the problem. I'm Canadian. I've looked into Online Numbers that Skype offers and it seems you are now allowed to have a phone number from a foriegn country. Worst case scenario I will grab a US area code. I originally wanted to do that to begin with and I just figure I dont want to have to deal with the potential of millions of inquiries as to why my area code is not in the same country as my mailing address. Apparently here in Canada (god knows why) we're pretty protective of our phone numbers. Any other "alternatives" to Skypes Online Numbers service seem far too poorly put together for me to bother with. Ideally I would like to have a phone number (Canadian) that when called automatically dials my desktop Skype and if thats not available will call Skype on my iPhone. Does anybody have any idea how I can do this? As ridiculous as it sounds, I'm actually considering getting a $20 a month cell plan and just use it to forward calls. Sorry if this is in the wrong board guys, I couldn't really decide where to put it..