Results 1 to 2 of 2
Thread: Long distance phone service
06-04-2003, 08:14 AM #email@example.comGuest
Re: Long distance phone service
> <<Long distance phone service>>
We started using Amerivoice a few months ago. It's 19.99 a month for all
calls, 24/7. In and out of state. I think the website is www.amvoice.com, or you
can do a search on www.clarkhoward.com for "long distance". We still use
onesuite.com for calls when DH is out of town.
It's helped us a lot.
[Non-text portions of this message have been removed]
06-04-2003, 08:47 AM #2magwrit1Guest
Long distance phone service
Just a quickie here this time. For those of you in the Verizon phone
company areas, check with them and see whether you can get their
Freedom "Veriations" package. They apparently offer several plans.
I had been paying for two lines before--a total of $80-100 a month,
depending on any number of problems. lol I had *no* long distance!
With this move, I've been able to do the Freedom "Veriations" package
and only one phone line (Thanks to the HUD subsidy I'm on--and can
afford--cable at last!!!) for a cost of about $85 a month. I didn't
have to pay for installation with the move, and my package includes
unlimited local, regional *AND* long distance! I have no surprises!
I have inside wire protection, phone protection, and every imaginable
feature for the same price I was paying before for a skeletal kind of
service. Let's see--Caller ID, Call Forwarding, Three Way Calling,
Voice Messaging, Call Intercept, and NO long distance charges. It's
Sorry...I must sound like an advertisement for Verizon, but this has
really thrilled me so much, you know I'll never go back to
the "other" guy. No, I don't work for them, and no, I get no
consideration on the bill for telling you about this. This plan is a
lifesaver for me especially now. My oldest son, whose wife, as you
know, gave birth to Sarena (her photo is in the photo section here in
the archives) on 12 April, has just accepted a job offer with a
relocation probably to South Carolina--and a ***$13,000*** raise,
*and* if he finds he would like to return to the old job instead, for
whatever reason, the soon-to-be old employer has given him that
assurance as well! What's really nice, however, about this phone
service, as you can imagine, will allow me to call them every day if
*Now* I'm done! Again, sorry if I got carried away.
Budget101_ moderator and Ethnic Inexpensively columnist