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Request For Linking to Your Website

Mark Burgess (
Mon, 6 Mar 2006 13:34:44 -0500

I am the marketing director for a CLEC based in New Jersey. I am
interested in placing a link to your website so my agents have easy
access to your content. Would you agree to our using your web address
and if so, please provide that address.

Let me know if your have any questions.

Mark Burgess
Director of Marketing
Spectrotel <>
732.345.7852 <>

Dialing Without Limits.

[TELECOM Digest Editor's Note: No Mark, there are no objections to
that. You, or any other reader who wishes direct access to content
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page which is and then one or more of the
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Date: Mon, 06 Mar 2006 23:23:20 -0000
From: (Carl Zwanzig)
Newsgroups: comp.dcom.telecom
Subject: Re: Bogus! The Container Store Wants Your Phone Number
Message-ID: <>
Organization: RadixNet Internet Services
X-Telecom-Digest: Volume 25, Issue 91, Message 14 of 21
Lines: 20

Ron Chapman <> wrote:

> Fortunately she accepted without question my knee-jerk "No, thank you"
> response to her request for my phone number. But she had to plug
> something in; she plugged in all 1s.

Usually being in California, I'll give 410-555-xxxx, where xxxx is random :-).
The time/temp numbers were good, too.

> Shades of the old Radio Shack days, when you couldn't buy a 30 cent
> battery without giving up your family tree and medical history.

I always liked "1600 S Beach St, Ft Worth Tx." If the clerk/manager
was on top of things, they recognised the address of Tandy
corp. headquarters. Not as much fun when Tandy moved to "1 Tandy


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