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Topic # 23870 10-Jul-2008 15:07
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Have recently joined the xnet fusion community, all changes went well with no hassles.  Am I listed in the white pages directory or do I have to do something for this to happen?
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  Reply # 146430 10-Jul-2008 22:33
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You are supposed to get one free listing, but in our case we did not (we did when we were still with Telecom).  For me it was not a priority to get it sorted (but if someone at WxC reads this and has some free time...).




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  Reply # 146555 11-Jul-2008 05:56
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To get a listing in the white pages you have to contact Wxc and ask them to have your number printed. I personally chose not to have my number put in the white pages but from what I understand they should ask every customer that signs up for fusion whether they want their number put in or not.

 
 
 
 


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  Reply # 146556 11-Jul-2008 05:59
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Our sign up process in the voice verification asks if you would like a whitepage listing, so if you said yes you should be listed.




Yes I am a employee of WxC (My Profile) ... but I do have my own opinions as well Wink

             

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  Reply # 146887 11-Jul-2008 16:54
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maverick: Our sign up process in the voice verification asks if you would like a whitepage listing, so if you said yes you should be listed.


When I switched I did not go through a voice verification process.  I've faxed (or e-mailed?) the application form which had space on it for Whitepages details, but my number is no longer in the Whitepages (nor in the local directory).  Guess I should do a help desk request.




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Reply # 146900 11-Jul-2008 17:24
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When I signed up for VFX my directory listing wasn't transferred. The same with my parents-in-law.

When I contacted the VFX help desk I was told I had to contact White Pages directly myself to have it listed.

I did it for my own number, still going to do for my parents-in-law.






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  Reply # 146903 11-Jul-2008 17:30
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Thanks for the help guys will act on this advice

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