2 of the numbers on my family plan were ported from T-mobile, the other line was ported from Verizon, and all 3 are identified correctly as being free M2M.Originally Posted by efparri
I always thought it would be cool if your phone could display an icon letting you know that the party you are calling is in the carrier's network. I'm not sure how hard that would be to do but it's better than having to check some website.
Don't forget I was the first to discover and post the WirelessAmberAlerts link here:Originally Posted by i0wnj00
I DON'T HAVE A SIGNATURE....SORRY
yes you were bobo.
Damn...but you still pwnd. (just once)
on my v3 razr, i find out which of my friends have cingular and when editting the number, instead of putting it into the general section, i put all the cingular subscribers in VIPs. so whenever i dont feel like wasting my minutes, in the phonebook, i go to menu and category, select ViPs, and i have a whole list of people i can talk to for freeOriginally Posted by WillM
FamilyTalk Nationwide Rate & Data Plan:
1100 Anytime Minutes with Rollover, Unlimited Nights & Weekends, Unlimited Mobile-To-Mobile & Unlimited Family Messaging.
Originally Posted by MiKESTERR
NICE.. I got a HUGE laugh out of this...
I'm looking for a backdoor number (cingular) for the 815 area code (768-number) Can anyone help?
Have at it!Originally Posted by andie207
To find the toll-free phone number for any US-based company, try calling 1-800-555-1212 or search Google for company name plus "phone numbers". Or maybe even searching for the company name and "president office" or "investor relations".
Yep, I just tried to use this tool and discovered it was MIA...anyone have an updated link?Originally Posted by Binx75075
"My downfall raises me to infinite heights." -Napoleon Bonaparte
I don't know if this has been mentioned (as I'm waaaaaay too lazy to read this whole thread), but... it would be really cool to have a Java (or something) app that uses Medianet or something to find M2M numbers straight from your phone...
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