Choosing a Long Distance Carrier

by Daymon Hoag

Choosing the right long distance phone service is not as cut and dry as simply getting the cheapest cent per minute rate. Though a low rate is a major factor, there are just a few more variables to consider in this equation. [ more ]

Avoid Junk Telephone Calls By Preventing Your Number From Being Collected

by Philip L. Franckel, Esq.

When you call toll-free or pay-per-minute telephone numbers your telephone number is identified and recorded. Even when you call a business on their local telephone number, your phone number may be recorded. Often, your telephone number will be used for future sales calls from the company you called and will often be sold to other companies as well. Think you're okay because you have call ID blocking or because you registered your telephone number on the Do Not Call List? Think again. [ more ]

Save a Bundle When You Self Bundle

by Daymon Hoag

Cable and telephone companies, both large and small have been offering discounted bundled services for years. Bundled local and long distance, or cable TV and Internet save consumers thousands on elective utilities each year. [ more ]

Do You Need An Answering Service?

by Noel Matthew

It is nothing short of annoying when a person does not have an answering service. Let’s face it. In this day and age, everyone should be able to manage at least an answering machine, right? When it comes to business transactions, it is even more important to have some sort of answering service available to your customers. Whether they are calling in with orders or calling in to answer questions, you need to have the proper tools for the job and that includes a well qualified answering service. [ more ]

Meeting New People Using Specialist Phone Lines

by Jason Hulott

Phone line dating, friendship lines, telephone dating, chatlines - in fact, whatever you want to call them as there are so many different names but they all basically mean the same thing! - are becoming an extremely popular way of meeting new people, whether you are seeking friendship or romance. [ more ]

Cellular Service - All About The Network?

by FullService Broadband Provider

Is cellular service in the US really all about the network? In some cases, the answer is yes, it does. Any reliable on-line quote for service should come with detailed information on the vendors’ coverage area. Besides that, I'll take a rather high-level look at cellular providers starting with a bit of history. [ more ]

Budgeting Through Elective Utilities

by Daymon Hoag

Telephone, Internet, and television service are all examples of elective utilities. These utilities, though many times necessary, are not essential to basic living standards in the United States like gas, electricity, and water. Elective utilities are no less important to a household budget. [ more ]

Online Directories: A Service Within Reach

by Bronwen Roberts

Welcome to the age of convenience! Press any key and download for instant gratification. That’s the world we live in today. We all want to consume in the quickest and easiest way possible.

So here’s the thing - Think of a product! Any product! Now picture where you would need to go and buy it and how you would get there? What would the travel cost you in terms of time and money? Where would you find the best deal? If you had no idea where to find this product, who would help you access the relevant business? [ more ]

Email To Telephone - Innovative Tool Or High Tech Hype?

by Kevin Erickson

What will those technology geeks come up with next? Hardly a day goes by anymore, that some new and "cool" high tech gadget or service is unveiled. Anyway, one of latest I've come across is something called "email to telephone" and I just wanted to pass along my thoughts on this "potentially" time-saving and innovative tool. [ more ]