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Thornes

@coretel.net

ISDN...

Everything else is out of question for me, I tried everything. What are the chances I could get ISDN? If it helps my phone # is (757) 824-XXXX


MillerTech
Miller IT Consulting
Premium
join:2006-01-01
Harrisburg, PA
Start by calling your local phone company to see if they offer it. They own the lines and are the ones that will provision the service. If your local phone company does not support ISDN then you are out of luck.

jmcaruso

join:2001-09-07
Rowley, MA

1 recommendation

reply to Thornes
Another piece of advice would be to contact the business sales office at your phone company, not the residential. The reason is that ISDN is no longer common for residential, and the residential sales staff often say it is not available when the truth is they do not know what ISDN is.


stubbs73nm

join:2005-04-26
Aztec, NM
reply to Thornes
The disadvantage of going through the business office is sometimes, depending on where you live, the cost.

The advantage is when the damn thing goes out QWORST fixes it TODAY, OR ELSE!