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December 19, 2013

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LAVP

Oh my goodness! Awesome articke dude! Thank you so much, However I am going through problems with your RSS. I don't know why I am unable to join it. Is there anybody having the same RSS problems? Anyone who knows the answer can you kindly respond? Thanks!!

Richard Bennett

Kinda makes you wonder why so many folks - such as Susan Crawford - want to create a new government monopoly for broadband networks. I guess some folks never learn.

FWIW, CLECs do have access to the lines owned by the former Bell Cos - Verizon, AT&T, and also Century Link - but only as far as local telephone service is concerned. But nobody cares since more telephone service today is mobile or VoIP.

edwin

This is applicable to www.phoneinlookup.com in business transactions since if we would like to find a potential business partner, we can make use of this technology along with whitepages and yellowpages.

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