Last night I was talking tomy friend Rick.His apartment is going condo and he's going to have to move real soon. Been there, done that myself.
Move not only himself, but his home office business. Me, too.
Fortunately, he and his girlfriend are getting a place together. Sealed the deal last night. Well, yesterday was Valentine's Day. You know what that means. OK, 1-2-3... "aw-w-w-w-."
Even thoughRick's move is within a metropolitan area, he's just realized that the move involves changing his home office number, as well as his local land line provider.
Eager to avoid yet another moving hassle, he called me up last night and asked me "about this VoIP thing you keep writing about."
He asked me: "If I get VoIP now,will I need to change my phone number after I move?"
"Most likely not, I told him." i mentioned services such as Vonage,which will take over your existing land-line number with 20 days notice.
"So where can I find out more about this VoIP stuff," Rick asked.
I emailed him two links. First, to colleague Rafe Needleman's excellent package on Internet phone calling.
Then, to VoipReview.biz, a site with information about and reviews of,VoIP services available in various metro areas.
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