YouMail relies on a feature called Conditional Call Forwarding (CCF) to receive your missed calls and connect you to our award-winning system. Most carriers provide CCF for free to their customers or make it relatively easy to set up.
So why is my carrier restricting my access?
While we can’t speak on behalf of your carrier, chances are, they don’t offer CCF to cut costs for themselves. For more information, we would recommend contacting your carrier directly and asking why they don’t offer CCF. Then, we would recommend asking them to “add Conditional Call Forwarding”; carriers tend to cooperate once they hear directly from their customers.
What can I do to get YouMail?
If you’re on a carrier that doesn’t support YouMail (due to no conditional call forwarding), don’t give up just yet. We have a solution for you— Ting!
YouMail partnered up with Ting and we are now offering a free $50 credit to Ting if you sign up through this link.
The average Ting bill is only $23 a month, so that’s basically 2 months of free service! You can read more about why we love Ting here. Another affordable carrier that supports YouMail is Mint Mobile.