|Re: Service Providers Recycling Phone Numbers|
21 Feb 2006 10:20:26 -0800
David Lazarus wrote:|
> Would you pay full price for a used cell phone number?
> Chances are, you already have.
> In a little-known industry practice, wireless service providers routinely
Huh? The phone company has _always_ recycled phone numbers. The only
> Cell phone companies say they need to do this because there just aren't
It's certainly true that there aren't enough numbers to go around.
However, I do feel 30 days is not enough delay time. Because one has
[some techie suprised phone numbers don't last forever.]
> Therre said he called Sprint and was told by a service rep that he
Obviously when any business closes out an account, it must close out
It appears companies that use new technologies are so quick to start
Imagine you sit down at a restaurant and your check includes food
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