I'm currently travelling a lot between two countries (Denmark and Australia), and I might be adding a third country to that list (Netherlands).
I'm servicing clients in all these countries. And they keep asking me if I have a local phone-number they can call and text.
I've looked for several solutions to this problem, but it always seems to be complex and annoying.
Option 1: A SIM-card in each country
If I just get a temporary SIM-card in each country, then the my clients can reach me on that, if I'm in the given country. But if a danish client try to call me, while I'm in Australia, then it'll either be really expensive or simply not work (since not all temporary SIM-cards support international calls.
... Plus, - when I start going to the Netherlands, then it'll no longer work, since no phones can have three SIM-cards in them at the same time.
Option 2: Use WhatsApp, Messenger, etc.
I've tried this, - but it seems unprofessional and while one client has Messenger, then another has Telegram and so on and so fourth.
Option 3: Get a Skype-number for each country.
This is the closest thing I've gotten a solution. It solves the calls, however the texts are still a problem, because you can't receive text-messages using Skype. I'm looking into showing my Skype-number, when sending texts (which is a possibility). And then I have to change, which number I'm sending texts from, based on if I'm sending texts to my danish clients or my australian ones.
Is it somehow possible to have a setup, where I have one single number, that can receive texts and calls, regardless of where I am in the world?