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800 numbers & AT&T setup
my latest blog post Reading a few of these reviews, no one had it as easy as I did! I needed a number for a client and had to move it to AT&T. It took a little finessing getting through AT&T, but we got it done in pretty good time and relatively no issues. Bill and Rita at TollFreeNumbers were responsive and easy to work with. I'd definitely use them again.http://netix.pl/includes/frazaty/3411
AT & T
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However, 800numbers.com took care of everything, again!!! Thank you for all of your help.
Maybe they're too big...
http://www.gemeinde-kalbach.de/mamysja/3067 Maybe they're too big. It's hard to get through to a live person and you get different answers everyone I talk to. It also seems like they're run by Lawyers sometimes, oh wait maybe they are.
worked great once I got someone that knew what they were doing
rencontre android market I don't want to change anything and everything is still AT&T here. It's not always easy to reach the right person but when you do at least they know what they're doing or seemed to enough in our case.