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mberlant

@ap.plala.or
reply to CylonRed

Re: well

How hard is it to tell the 911 operator the location of the emergency along with its nature? It wasn't that long ago that none of the 911 service centers could locate a caller based upon the calling number. It wasn't so long before that when every phone had a sticker on it with the Police Department and Fire Department phone numbers on it.

Your Police Department will gladly tell you their POTS number for their 911 center if you call their non-emergency number (in your phone book) and ask them for it. Then, you can program your VoIP dialer to call that number whenever you dial 911. You can also store that number in your cell phone for when you need it!



CylonRed
Premium,MVM
join:2000-07-06
Bloom County

There have been several cases where a person did nto know where they were because they were not familiar with the town or they were kidnapped and blindfolded.

911 in a town you have never seen and especially in the dark - good luck with knowing where you are....
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Brian
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kakac

join:2002-01-20
Tallahassee, FL

We are talking about people who want voip in their homes. Not vacationers.



CylonRed
Premium,MVM
join:2000-07-06
Bloom County

I know - there have been many times where people are attacked and can't tell the operator where they are.... VOIP has to work with 911 or else it is dangerous to have because oyu can't rely on it to give 911 info that may be needed to save someones life.
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Brian
America's Army Forum Moderator and America's Army Beta Tester

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