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  1. #1
    Dav
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    hey...how can i hide my number in my boyfriend's cingular minutes used
    date? when we used the *67 it shows unknown on the cell phone but on
    the phone bill, the number still showed. please advice. thank you!




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  2. #2
    Jer
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    Re: hide number in phone bill

    Dav wrote:
    > hey...how can i hide my number in my boyfriend's cingular minutes used
    > date? when we used the *67 it shows unknown on the cell phone but on
    > the phone bill, the number still showed. please advice. thank you!
    >



    You can't hide from the bill, so my recommendation is to clean up your
    act and pray your boyfriend still likes you.

    --
    jer
    email reply - I am not a 'ten'



  3. #3
    Michael BB
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    Re: hide number in phone bill

    Dav wrote:
    > hey...how can i hide my number in my boyfriend's cingular minutes used
    > date? when we used the *67 it shows unknown on the cell phone but on
    > the phone bill, the number still showed. please advice. thank you!
    >

    Cant be done, and even if you hide the paper bill it can still be scene
    on line.

    Valentines day is coming, suck up to him and he should forgive you



  4. #4
    Dav
    Guest

    Re: hide number in phone bill

    LOL its not that guys...our parents are having trouble with each other.
    I need his number out of my phone bill and mine out of his. Is there
    REALLY no way?!




  5. #5
    Jer
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    Re: hide number in phone bill

    Dav wrote:
    > LOL its not that guys...our parents are having trouble with each other.
    > I need his number out of my phone bill and mine out of his. Is there
    > REALLY no way?!
    >



    No, there's not. Now, go tell the parents to play nice or you'll send
    them to their rooms without supper.


    --
    jer
    email reply - I am not a 'ten'



  6. #6
    DecaturTxCowboy
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    Re: hide number in phone bill

    Dav wrote:
    > LOL its not that guys...our parents are having trouble with each other.
    > I need his number out of my phone bill and mine out of his. Is there
    > REALLY no way?!


    I'd be more concerned about your parents reading your mail. Or send yer
    'rents to Drama Queens Anonymous



  7. #7
    Rick
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    Re: hide number in phone bill


    "Dav" <djahja011189@gmail.com> wrote in message
    news:1139027355.159744.72540@g47g2000cwa.googlegroups.com...
    > hey...how can i hide my number in my boyfriend's cingular minutes used
    > date? when we used the *67 it shows unknown on the cell phone but on
    > the phone bill, the number still showed. please advice. thank you!
    >
    >


    Change your number...





  8. #8
    Jeremy
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    Re: hide number in phone bill


    "Dav" <djahja011189@gmail.com> wrote in message
    news:1139060852.735333.80200@o13g2000cwo.googlegroups.com...
    > LOL its not that guys...our parents are having trouble with each other.
    > I need his number out of my phone bill and mine out of his. Is there
    > REALLY no way?!
    >


    There are workarounds.

    1: if you have your own landline at home, you could forward calls to your
    boyfriend. Many landline phones can be set up for "Selective Call
    Forwarding," so whenever YOUR cell phone calls the number, it gets forwarded
    to the boyfriend, while other incoming calls ring on the landline as per
    normal. Of course, there are monthly charges for this service, but it is
    only a couple of dollars. Your cell bill will show that you called your
    landline number--it will not show that your landline forwarded the call to
    another location.

    2: You can talk to anyone for free using your computer (you have to be at
    home or have wireless internet access to do this). Microsoft Messenger is
    one free program that you can use to do this--but you both have to be at
    your computers and have Internet access, in order to make the connection.

    3: You could get another cell phone, billed separately so your parents can't
    get to see your calls. Again, that costs money.

    4: You might find it less frustrating to trade in your boyfriend for another
    model . . . :-)





  9. #9
    Jer
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    Re: hide number in phone bill

    Jeremy wrote:
    > "Dav" <djahja011189@gmail.com> wrote in message
    > news:1139060852.735333.80200@o13g2000cwo.googlegroups.com...
    >
    >>LOL its not that guys...our parents are having trouble with each other.
    >>I need his number out of my phone bill and mine out of his. Is there
    >>REALLY no way?!
    >>

    >
    >
    > There are workarounds.
    >
    > 1: if you have your own landline at home, you could forward calls to your
    > boyfriend. Many landline phones can be set up for "Selective Call
    > Forwarding," so whenever YOUR cell phone calls the number, it gets forwarded
    > to the boyfriend, while other incoming calls ring on the landline as per
    > normal. Of course, there are monthly charges for this service, but it is
    > only a couple of dollars. Your cell bill will show that you called your
    > landline number--it will not show that your landline forwarded the call to
    > another location.
    >
    > 2: You can talk to anyone for free using your computer (you have to be at
    > home or have wireless internet access to do this). Microsoft Messenger is
    > one free program that you can use to do this--but you both have to be at
    > your computers and have Internet access, in order to make the connection.
    >
    > 3: You could get another cell phone, billed separately so your parents can't
    > get to see your calls. Again, that costs money.
    >
    > 4: You might find it less frustrating to trade in your boyfriend for another
    > model . . . :-)
    >
    >



    All true, of course. But the point of doing any of this would be
    predicated on allowing the parental units to continue their
    inappropriate behavior, or whatever it is that makes their kids ask
    these sort of questions. In my world, for me to do anything that
    furthers someone else's inappropriate behavior is unacceptable.
    Naturally, the choice is theirs rather than mine.


    --
    jer
    email reply - I am not a 'ten'



  10. #10
    Isaiah Beard
    Guest

    Re: hide number in phone bill

    Jeremy wrote:

    > 1: if you have your own landline at home, you could forward calls to your
    > boyfriend. Many landline phones can be set up for "Selective Call
    > Forwarding," so whenever YOUR cell phone calls the number, it gets forwarded
    > to the boyfriend, while other incoming calls ring on the landline as per
    > normal. Of course, there are monthly charges for this service, but it is
    > only a couple of dollars. Your cell bill will show that you called your
    > landline number--it will not show that your landline forwarded the call to
    > another location.



    Just be aware that this will most likely cause the calls to be billed as
    regular airtime. If the couple both have Cingular phones, this method
    will NOT allow them to have the calls billed as mobile to mobile.

    In addition, the caller ID info from the called party MAY still pass
    through to the receiving end and wind up on the bill as a received call.


    > 2: You can talk to anyone for free using your computer (you have to be at
    > home or have wireless internet access to do this). Microsoft Messenger is
    > one free program that you can use to do this--but you both have to be at
    > your computers and have Internet access, in order to make the connection.


    There's also Skype.



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    Transpose the c's and a's in my e-mail address to reply.



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