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  1. #1
    Ray
    Guest
    A few days back someone posted that number portability will hurt nextel- I
    surely don't see it that way- the reverse in fact- BIG time!

    I only just found out that I can take my existing verison home phone line
    and transfer it to nextel and add it to my shared minute plan for
    $20/month. That should actually save me a few bucks in addition to getting
    the extra handset for the wife. For the amount we use the landline it
    should work out well. If I have to I can add another 300 minute plan to it
    and at worst break even! 600 shared minutes plus DC should cover it in my
    case. When people figure that out I think people will move to wireless in a
    big way. Buy nextel!

    Just my thoughts...
    Ray



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  2. #2
    PDA Man
    Guest

    Re: Number Portability

    Until the one time CABLE/DSl goes out and you wish like hell you had a phone
    line to dial into the internet. Did I mention you wont be FAXING from the
    house anymore either. To some it wont matter, to me, been there done that
    and that backup phone line has come in handy way too often.


    "Ray" <[email protected]> wrote in message
    news:[email protected]
    > A few days back someone posted that number portability will hurt nextel- I
    > surely don't see it that way- the reverse in fact- BIG time!
    >
    > I only just found out that I can take my existing verison home phone line
    > and transfer it to nextel and add it to my shared minute plan for
    > $20/month. That should actually save me a few bucks in addition to getting
    > the extra handset for the wife. For the amount we use the landline it
    > should work out well. If I have to I can add another 300 minute plan to it
    > and at worst break even! 600 shared minutes plus DC should cover it in my
    > case. When people figure that out I think people will move to wireless in

    a
    > big way. Buy nextel!
    >
    > Just my thoughts...
    > Ray






  3. #3
    PDA Man
    Guest

    Re: Number Portability

    Until the one time CABLE/DSl goes out and you wish like hell you had a phone
    line to dial into the internet. Did I mention you wont be FAXING from the
    house anymore either. To some it wont matter, to me, been there done that
    and that backup phone line has come in handy way too often.


    "Ray" <[email protected]> wrote in message
    news:[email protected]
    > A few days back someone posted that number portability will hurt nextel- I
    > surely don't see it that way- the reverse in fact- BIG time!
    >
    > I only just found out that I can take my existing verison home phone line
    > and transfer it to nextel and add it to my shared minute plan for
    > $20/month. That should actually save me a few bucks in addition to getting
    > the extra handset for the wife. For the amount we use the landline it
    > should work out well. If I have to I can add another 300 minute plan to it
    > and at worst break even! 600 shared minutes plus DC should cover it in my
    > case. When people figure that out I think people will move to wireless in

    a
    > big way. Buy nextel!
    >
    > Just my thoughts...
    > Ray






  4. #4
    TIMMY
    Guest

    Re: Number Portability

    Faxing could be done via efax. Been doing it for years.

    Timmy


    PDA Man wrote:
    > Until the one time CABLE/DSl goes out and you wish like hell you had a phone
    > line to dial into the internet. Did I mention you wont be FAXING from the
    > house anymore either. To some it wont matter, to me, been there done that
    > and that backup phone line has come in handy way too often.
    >
    >
    > "Ray" <[email protected]> wrote in message
    > news:[email protected]
    >
    >>A few days back someone posted that number portability will hurt nextel- I
    >>surely don't see it that way- the reverse in fact- BIG time!
    >>
    >>I only just found out that I can take my existing verison home phone line
    >>and transfer it to nextel and add it to my shared minute plan for
    >>$20/month. That should actually save me a few bucks in addition to getting
    >>the extra handset for the wife. For the amount we use the landline it
    >>should work out well. If I have to I can add another 300 minute plan to it
    >>and at worst break even! 600 shared minutes plus DC should cover it in my
    >>case. When people figure that out I think people will move to wireless in

    >
    > a
    >
    >>big way. Buy nextel!
    >>
    >>Just my thoughts...
    >>Ray

    >
    >
    >





  5. #5
    TIMMY
    Guest

    Re: Number Portability

    Faxing could be done via efax. Been doing it for years.

    Timmy


    PDA Man wrote:
    > Until the one time CABLE/DSl goes out and you wish like hell you had a phone
    > line to dial into the internet. Did I mention you wont be FAXING from the
    > house anymore either. To some it wont matter, to me, been there done that
    > and that backup phone line has come in handy way too often.
    >
    >
    > "Ray" <[email protected]> wrote in message
    > news:[email protected]
    >
    >>A few days back someone posted that number portability will hurt nextel- I
    >>surely don't see it that way- the reverse in fact- BIG time!
    >>
    >>I only just found out that I can take my existing verison home phone line
    >>and transfer it to nextel and add it to my shared minute plan for
    >>$20/month. That should actually save me a few bucks in addition to getting
    >>the extra handset for the wife. For the amount we use the landline it
    >>should work out well. If I have to I can add another 300 minute plan to it
    >>and at worst break even! 600 shared minutes plus DC should cover it in my
    >>case. When people figure that out I think people will move to wireless in

    >
    > a
    >
    >>big way. Buy nextel!
    >>
    >>Just my thoughts...
    >>Ray

    >
    >
    >





  6. #6
    Dan Patch
    Guest

    Re: Number Portability

    get vonage.

    "PDA Man" <[email protected]> wrote in message
    news:[email protected]
    > Until the one time CABLE/DSl goes out and you wish like hell you had a

    phone
    > line to dial into the internet. Did I mention you wont be FAXING from the
    > house anymore either. To some it wont matter, to me, been there done that
    > and that backup phone line has come in handy way too often.
    >
    >
    > "Ray" <[email protected]> wrote in message
    > news:[email protected]
    > > A few days back someone posted that number portability will hurt nextel-

    I
    > > surely don't see it that way- the reverse in fact- BIG time!
    > >
    > > I only just found out that I can take my existing verison home phone

    line
    > > and transfer it to nextel and add it to my shared minute plan for
    > > $20/month. That should actually save me a few bucks in addition to

    getting
    > > the extra handset for the wife. For the amount we use the landline it
    > > should work out well. If I have to I can add another 300 minute plan to

    it
    > > and at worst break even! 600 shared minutes plus DC should cover it in

    my
    > > case. When people figure that out I think people will move to wireless

    in
    > a
    > > big way. Buy nextel!
    > >
    > > Just my thoughts...
    > > Ray

    >
    >






  7. #7
    Dan Patch
    Guest

    Re: Number Portability

    get vonage.

    "PDA Man" <[email protected]> wrote in message
    news:abWdnWKZYoBhKyOi4[email protected]
    > Until the one time CABLE/DSl goes out and you wish like hell you had a

    phone
    > line to dial into the internet. Did I mention you wont be FAXING from the
    > house anymore either. To some it wont matter, to me, been there done that
    > and that backup phone line has come in handy way too often.
    >
    >
    > "Ray" <[email protected]> wrote in message
    > news:[email protected]
    > > A few days back someone posted that number portability will hurt nextel-

    I
    > > surely don't see it that way- the reverse in fact- BIG time!
    > >
    > > I only just found out that I can take my existing verison home phone

    line
    > > and transfer it to nextel and add it to my shared minute plan for
    > > $20/month. That should actually save me a few bucks in addition to

    getting
    > > the extra handset for the wife. For the amount we use the landline it
    > > should work out well. If I have to I can add another 300 minute plan to

    it
    > > and at worst break even! 600 shared minutes plus DC should cover it in

    my
    > > case. When people figure that out I think people will move to wireless

    in
    > a
    > > big way. Buy nextel!
    > >
    > > Just my thoughts...
    > > Ray

    >
    >






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