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local telephone company can tell you whether any of the above
telephone numbers are in fact local to you. We urge you to check
with your local telephone company before selecting a number from
We do not warrant or promise that any of the above numbers are
local to you. In particular, we urge you to note that even an
access number that shares your area code or appears to be located
in your general geographic region may not necessarily be a
local number to you. Substantial toll telephone charges may apply
to numbers that you do not verify as local to your individual area
or calling plan.
When using these access numbers make sure your dialup username is in
the format of your email address (ie: "firstname.lastname@example.org"
If you do not have the dialup username in this format you
will not be able to connect.
When using numbers denoted
with **, the town must normally be a local call for you AND you
must be a Verizon or AT&T customer to use these numbers; otherwise
you will be billed long distance charges. If you are not a Verizon
or AT&T customer please call our business office for additional