ahahah are you sure eurovps ?
in the last 3 months hes been falling apart... echo on inbound, no answers at biz phone, no answers on emails.. and cant port out since numbers on a po box address and cant get them to help.. now this.. so i started to move to voicemeup.com ..
Please read this carefully.
Your service *WILL* be disrupted if you don't read this fully, and act on it.
You are receiving this e-mail because you have DIDs that may STOP WORKING August 23rd, 2007.
The DIDs in question are listed further down in this e-mail, but please read this first.
As long as these DIDs are active on your account, you will receive these e-mails.
There is no option to un-subscribe from this particular mailing.
LES.NET was notified that its primary carrier for USA DIDs will cease operation by August 23rd in certain areas.
LES.NET has already solicitied a replacement carrier, and will port the affected numbers to the new carrier.
Further down in this email is a list of your DIDs, and whether they are affected by this shutdown.
Here are your Options: You may do this for one, some, or all of your DIDs.
(a) Cancel The DID
- If you're not using the DID, or don't need it anymore, you may CANCEL the DID.
- To Cancel a DID, send email to firstname.lastname@example.org
, Subject: CANCEL DID (and then the number(s))
- This will ultimately reduce the number of DIDs ported to the new carrier.
(b) Keep the DID
- There may be a service disruption with the DID on and after August 23rd.
- By keeping the DID, you risk service disruption.
- There is no requirement to notify LES.NET if you intend on keeping the DID.
(c) Port Out the DID
- Find an another carrier for the DID, and LNP/Port the DID to the other carrier.
- To make this appear on our Radar, so it gets #1 Top Priority Execution...
- Please send email to email@example.com
with the Subject: WILL PORT OUT (and the number)
- This will let us know that you are actively seeking an alternate solution.
If the number is very important, then start porting it out now.
The carrier who ports out first will win.
If the number is ported to LES.NETs new carrier first, you can continue using LES.NET for the DID service.
If the number is ported to Your New carrier first, then they can take it from there.