|Re: Number Portability: POTS, VoIP, and Cellular|
|John Levine (firstname.lastname@example.org)|
21 Apr 2006 23:45:04 -0000
> VOIP providers are the 'customer' to the telephone company, and, as|
> such 'own' the numbers they were issued by the telephone company.
> They're just letting you 'use' one of their 'direct dial' extensions,
> as it were.
Except sometimes. When I switched from Vonage to Lingo about a year
I have no idea whether Vonage could have prevented the port if they'd
Then about two months ago, Vonage assigned my old number to a new
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