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    800# cell phone

    Any suggestions on a good 800# service that I can direct to a cell phone (possibly sprint pcs or others) or multiple phones that has a decent rate?

    JDT

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    I use ATNT and direct my 800 number to my nextel, i think they prefer landline but dont regulate mobile

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    A really good and cheap place is http://www.kall8.com/

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    Anymore links to companies that offer 800 numbers?

    I currently have a landline right now, but was thinking of a cell phone with an 800 number...

    Does everyone use:

    landline?
    cell?
    both?

    I only have the landline for fax really...

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    You can forward that number to any number with http://www.kall8.com/ and thier prices are great.

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    Wow I just signed up for kall8 and I am so far very pleased:-D Thanks for the tip!
    Jordan Bouvier

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    Yeah I use Kall8 for my personal 800 number its great when the exwife needs to call me...errr....wait...maybe it is not so great
    Sam C
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    So if I were to singup with ureach.com I'd be able to choose my own 800# and then by using their online cpanel, direct it to my cell or whatever!?

    When I chose Canada as my country I got a message... Does ureach offer me this service in Canada?

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    ureach does not allow you to select your own number. They assign you a number from their existing database of toll free numbers which mostly include 866 and 877 numbers. Really sucks that you can't pick your number at ureach:-/
    Jordan Bouvier

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    We use RSLCOM and I tell ya they kick ass no monthlys and only 5 cents a min and check this out they round if off to the nearest 10th so if you use the number for say 15 seconds you only get charged 2 cents lol.. you can also ask they if they have a specific number.. we got 888-okihost


    <edit> oops guess the number would help..
    888-225-6057 (billing)
    800-266-2006 (sales)
    </edit>

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    Does RSLCOM have an online system to manage your account? What kind of features do they provide or is it just a simple phone number attached to your existing line?
    Jordan Bouvier

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    RSLCOM has a website?

    All I want is to register the number I want and then basically pay for what I use... I understand I will prob get charged a monthly fee which is fine

    I also need it to direct to my canadian number...

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    Originally posted by ServerSonic
    Does RSLCOM have an online system to manage your account? What kind of features do they provide or is it just a simple phone number attached to your existing line?
    Nope it is just a straight number no fancy stuff.. Also there is no monthly fee.. Just the mins you use.

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    http://www.rslcom.com/ ... nothing coming up!?

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    I had an RSLCOM number before I moved and it was great, there isn't a monthly fee but there IS a $5 monthly minimum (hahaha NO problem there).

    But I've been waiting since July 5th for a new toll free number! I finally got tired of waiting and used the kall8 link above and my new toll free line is already ACTIVE though I am paying 1 cent more per minute and $2 per month (oh well I'll suck it up).
    Gary Harris - the artist formerly known as Dixiesys
    resident grumpy redneck

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    Well I have a fancy number I might use for my business but it sounds like RSLCOM is the way to go to get a number to let my family call me when I move out of this area
    Jordan Bouvier

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    Originally posted by Dixiesys
    I had an RSLCOM number before I moved and it was great, there isn't a monthly fee but there IS a $5 monthly minimum (hahaha NO problem there).

    THat is the same thing I was told before I ordered but I have never gotten a monthly minimum charge.. for the first 4 months my bill was like 2.??.. So I guess they dont inforce it yet..

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