Re: [cabobrett] Get a US phone line anywhete in the world - $39.95
Many have read this entire post and well as we applaud your attempt, please stop blowing smoke up our %$#. You are not doing this out of the kindness of your heart and you do get something for your troubles which translates into commission regardless of how you are paid it or slice it. There are many people in the US doing this one for a number of telecommunication services.
You also offend us by your assumption that we the majority and or minority are brainless boobs that either haven’t a computer or know how. This was a mistake on your part and down right insulting as you continue against logical debate. How do you think we read this post, through the handset of our basic unlimited use US phone line anywhete in the world -$39.95??? Or as you called us “people not of the "computer generation" Logic would tell me that considering we needed to be on the computer and online to read your post would suggest that Mr. Gary sculptari's advice or option is more sound for anyone that has read this post. Or is it now assumed that we have no clue how we got here.
As a compare shopper, simply you loose. I’m certain that everyone wishes you the best of luck in your selling effort of the service. However, better to start out telling the truth and don’t assume we’re idiots. I'm sure that wasn't your intention but it is what you accomplished doing. Good luck to you and for our sake lets stop this post here.
Mexicali By the way, where is "anywhete" I don't know this location?
For the Dr. about your question of cable or dsl cost it vary by location and servcie provider but figure between 45-85 a month in some places. That would be a good starting point to gauge things. For the service that is being suggested here by Brett, there are numerous Mexican companies in Mexico that provide the same service and it is done via fiber optic with micro wave to micro wave bridge to cross the border such as "Telecom1.net" Well good luck to all, the end!!!!!!
(This post was edited by mexlog on Nov 29, 2002, 7:43 PM)