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reply to elwoodblues
Re: Speaking of Loyalty If you're out of your contract, don't mention it to RoGeRs. Let Wind port the number for you, let RoGeRs figure it out or call them once you know your number is working...
I got Wind when the had their $29 unlimited plan (local calling and data). I'm doing LD calling using VoIP services. (Basically make a long distance number local to you) I started with VoIP.MS but also trying this: »www.localphone.com/services/local_numbers -- it works very different from VoIP.MS (since they give you your OWN number -- which is forwarded to my frequently called numbers) with the link provided, they have shared numbers which basically reads your caller ID (or if you input PIN from an unrecognized phone). However, you can create as many contacts as you want. 5 cent for SMS message, 1 cent per minute calling. So if I call (519)-578-0944 it will be forwarded to (419)-893-5565 (your number) but if someone else calls that (519) number, it might forward to (212)-738-0922, that would be Katherine Heigl's number. (and please don't try calling it)
I mention this because you're a cheap bastard. Like me. Their $40 plan is unlimited everything, so that $11 extra may be worth it for you..(unlimited everything includes calling your redneck friends in Mississippi.
Anyway: Wind Bill
Rogers Bill (2 services, Wind had two services on on Bill)
If you can't explain it simply, you don't understand it well enough. - Albert Einstein
said by J E F F:So if you don't like being ripped off but instead receiving good deals you're a cheap bastard?
I mention this because you're a cheap bastard.
Jeff is being sarcastic, my fiscal postings in Canchat/Politics speak volumes to my cheapness.