reply to dlbott
Re: AT&T ISDN, do they provide? ISDN= "I Still Don't Know "or "Invocative Services customers Don't Need"- this is a kind of past it's prime service, if you can/do get it and it works for you -great, but when it breaks it will probably be days getting fixed as few know how to work on or test (most of the ole timer testers are gone from the test centers and what's left is well ah ah ah?)
Avoid at all costs, if you can. Any kind of billing or service issue in Southwest or West territories results in having to leave a voicemail at the customer service number and then waiting for a callback.