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Do you ever watch Breaking Bad and wish you could be like Walter White? Unless you’ve always wanted lung cancer or think your life could do with being infinitely more stressful, probably not. Still, all the sneaking around and using secret mobile phones looks quite fun, right? If you agree, Hushed is for you.

This app isn’t just for drug dealers though; stalkers, prank callers and a myriad of semi-organised criminals will also benefit from a service, which essentially provides you with disposable phone numbers in over fourty countries. Useful if you need to be in touch with people but don’t want them to have your private number, it also allows you to essentially make international calls from local numbers, cutting down your bill vastly. You can buy as many portable phone numbers as you like and simply dispose of them when you’re done. You don’t need to be running a methamphetamine lab to see how Hushed could be of benefit….

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