Communication has no (geographical) boundaries

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  1. misman
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    misman Gold Member

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    My new eFax number is in Chicago (312.) Does that make me eligible to vote now? [​IMG]

    Technology is really breaking geographical boundaries. My Ooma phone is NM; my home is rural AZ; my work number is Phoenix, and my fax is Chicago.
     
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  2. Gargoyle
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    I should swap with you. I'm in the Chicago area, one of my business lines is 312, but my e-fax is Oregon. :(
     
  3. jason8612
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    Yup.
    I'm in Poland.
    My vonage is Chicagoland number, my fax is also in that area. I got a google number that works with my name (philly number), I got a polish skype number so people can get in touch with me when Im in the usa.
    In addition to prepaid sims in other countries and cell in usa and poland
     

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