|Re: Lingo Phone Can't Port Number|
|Robert Bonomi (email@example.com)|
Sun, 20 Nov 2005 14:11:37 -0000
In article <firstname.lastname@example.org>, Rik Rasmussen|
> Their web site has an email address to use for number transfer issues,
> I will be surprised if they respond because they never responded to
> Vonage was able to transfer my neighbor's number from the same local
> An update: I just spoke to Lingo. The CSR was very nice and professional.
> He said my local phone number is "outside the Lingo service area, and
> Raleigh, NC, not some backwoods location.
> He had no indication when it might be in their service area.
> I told hime that if they could port my number I would prefer to stay
> He said I would need to call their Cancellation Number Mon. - Fri. in
> So, looks like I will be doing that and going with Vonage.
> I really hate it because Lingo includes Western Europe.
> Rik Rasmussen
> [TELECOM Digest Editor's Note: But this 'neighbor' of yours: Is he
So what?? It doesn't make any difference even if the neighbor is
To 'accept' a ported number, you must have physical presence
Lingo apparently does not have a 'local presence' anywhere close
Vonage, on the other hand, does have a suitable local presence --
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