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Re: How important is a phone number?

Chris - I am somewhat surprised that you don't have a cell phone as you are so technology-oriented. But I do APPLAUD the fact. I think I am the only person in Ft W that doesn't have one; I detest them both from the using end and receiving end.

Now for the underlying message here. You are trying to find ways to save money because services are expensive. So...why won't you set up a subscription fee for gardenchat and other services you provide?

neIN, Zone 5
----- Original Message ----- From: "Christopher P. Lindsey" <lindsey@mallorn.com>
To: <gardenchat@hort.net>
Sent: Wednesday, August 15, 2007 12:36 AM
Subject: Re: [CHAT] How important is a phone number?

Or what about a cheaper phone option.  Like add an additional line to
your cell phone (so that the business has a different number than your
personal cell phone)- this should be relatively cheap I think.

Ahh, but then I'd have to get a cell phone!  :)

Alot of plans you can add a line for $10/month.

It seems that around here I can't get anything less than $32/month.  I
*could* cut the cost by moving away from McLeod to Ameritech and going
with distinctive ring on the fax number, but I wonder if the old number
is portable or not.

The only reason I wouldn't want to lose the main number is that it's
a nice one (239-3200), but in all honesty I can't return calls anyhow.
Since I have a day job away from the nursery I can't call people until
night anyhow.

Or don't have a phone number at
all.  I think it is ok, as long as you are reachable by email.  I can't
tell you when the last time i called a company

I'm glad to hear that you and Kitty think that it's all right.  :)  This
might be the next change to save some money...


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