Yes, I believe everything should work that way and ring on all three lines. debjitjdv is one of our power DIGITS users and super helpful around our Support Community. Can you confirm this will work? You'll also want to make sure you have the proper LineLink plan that is specifically for DIGITS.
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crosbymarks Welcome to DIGITS and welcome to DIGITS community. So to answer your queries:
To answer your first question, yes its is possible to make your scenario work albeit its a little bit complex in case of DIGITS. I shall break my answer into several sub parts to make it clear. Why in case of Google Voice its possible to simultaneously ring all three devices aka your cell phone (C1), your wife's cell phone (W1) and Vonage LandLine soon to become LineLink (V1) because Google Voice used to act as an external interface to any caller and then it would have broadcasted the call to three destinations. DIGITS is little bit different as it is associated with the number of the device or the destination number.
Scenario 1: Port your Vonage number to LineLink (following the standrad port in procedure). First activate a LineLink with a temporary number and then once LineLink is active get your acct number and PIN number from Vonage and submit a port in request via calling 1-877-789-3106. Once Vonage number becomes alive, call DIGITS Tech support @1-844-889-5651 and ask them to upgrade your LineLink to DIGITS compatible LineLink TE (if you are on a Tax exclusive plan) or DIGITS compatible LineLink TI ( if you are in Tax inclusive plan) for free. After this is done, associate the ported in number with your T-Mo ID, install DIGITS app in C1 and W1 and login to DIGITS app using your T-Mo ID. Now whenever anyone calls to V1, all three C1, W1 and V1 will ring. Here the number that other people need to call is the number of V1
Scenario2: You can use your wife's or your own cell number as the LineLink number as well. In this case, you need to get DATA with Paired DIGITS aka a DUPLICATE SIM card. This will cost you $10 per month. Once you have the DUPLICATE SIM card, you need to associate the DUPLICATE SIM card with your number or your wife's number by visiting https://mydigits.t-mobile.com/consumer/ and then put that SIM card to LineLink. You may cancel original LineLink number. In this case destination number that people needs to call is either your number or your wife's number (depending with which the duplicate sim card is pared to). If you pair it with your number, your wife will need to install DIGITS app in her mobile but you do not need to install anything in your mobile and vice-versa.
Scenario 3: This is the least possible likely case. If you and your wife is carrying a DUAL SIM phone, then each of you can get a DUPLICATE SIM card paired to your LineLink number. Here destination number will be again your LineLink number that people need to call. This scenario is the most costly one as well.
I would prefer Scenario 1.
Let me know if it answers all your queries.
I do hope you found the suggestions above helpful. Please come back and let us know how things are going. Thanks!