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  Reply # 926229 2-Nov-2013 12:34
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Yabanize: Did customers on AMPS or DAMPS get to keep their 025 number when they moved to CDMA?


How many 025 numbers do you see advertised?

Still see the odd one round.




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Reply # 926234 2-Nov-2013 12:43
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coffeebaron:
johnr:
Yabanize: Did customers on AMPS or DAMPS get to keep their 025 number when they moved to CDMA?


How many 025 numbers do you see advertised?

Still see the odd one round.


Call it and advise me what happens

 
 
 
 


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  Reply # 926255 2-Nov-2013 13:43
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coffeebaron:
johnr:
Yabanize: Did customers on AMPS or DAMPS get to keep their 025 number when they moved to CDMA?


How many 025 numbers do you see advertised?

Still see the odd one round.


Same here, On old signage.. Just thought since they were there they mightve got ported to cdma and then XT, obviously not

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  Reply # 926282 2-Nov-2013 15:38
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johnr:
coffeebaron:
johnr:
Yabanize: Did customers on AMPS or DAMPS get to keep their 025 number when they moved to CDMA?


How many 025 numbers do you see advertised?

Still see the odd one round.


Call it and advise me what happens


I have .  You get the recorded message saying the number is no longer in service..




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  Reply # 926303 2-Nov-2013 16:43
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I remember my father being pissed when he was made to change his prefix to 027 haha..


now he is on VF :) still got the 027 prefix




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