the problem is, Johnny's in an area where his local C.O. isn't tapped by
the major LNP-able VOIP or Voice guys. No one, and I've looked and
spoken to many, has 337-774 portable...
#1 - This customer has had the same phone # at this location for 20+
years - They do
The fact that you may not be able to port that particular number shouldnt be
a problem. I would never take 100% of the POTS lines out of any business any
way. Roll that important number into the * box as an inbound line only and
have it roll over the calls to the VoIP lines. It would never do
ATT Inc. is nearing the acquisition of BellSouth Corp. for roughly $65
billion, people familiar with the situation said Saturday evening. A deal
could be announced as early as Monday, these people said.
Final terms of the deal could not be learned Saturday evening, but these
Google's market cap is $126 billion.. Still smaller than this new
company, but close. Start a company with google's vision but for
telcom and get a $150 billion market cap.. :-)
On Mar 5, 2006, at 9:56 AM, Frank Muto wrote:
ATT Inc. is nearing the acquisition of BellSouth Corp.
Mac, you're right, but the local-dialing problem is the one Johnny's
trying to solve, with NO CALL FORWARDING involved, which would incur him
extra charges... The problem is this company's customers in the local
area dialing them 9 - 12000 minutes / month, and if they're dialing a
The * box would provide the all the roll over services needed for actual
POTS line that has no options via the local ILEC/CLEC. Then the other true
VoIP lines in the * box could/would service all the outgoing calls.
Current VIP POTS line rings - the * box shuffles that call to a VoIP
WISPA Wireless List: firstname.lastname@example.org
The deal is done:
ATT, BellSouth to Merge
Combination Will Speed Innovation, Competition and Convergence
Note: ATT Inc. will hold an analyst conference call to discuss the merger that
will be broadcast live via the Internet at
Consumers seeking a real alternative to cable monopolies should ...
This has to be the funniest thing I have EVER read. The newest
(still growing) behemouth is calling someone ELSE a monopoly? Give
me a break!
H - personally I don't like it but the end users may love it. Looks like someone spent a great deal of time on this and I commend them for that. Unfortunately - here the people would look at that picture and get confused and baffled and then we'd end up with double the questions during our
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