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# 42214 30-Sep-2009 17:49
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Hi there I will tell you guys how to get a cool number easily and without the hazel.

Choose your main number preferably you lucky number eg : choose 5 
so I will type like these in the text box over on the 2degrees site as follows 0220 500 880

If it is 8 it will be like 0220 800 088 ,0220 800 660

See the trick to get a premium number is that by adding the correct set of numbers on the example  0220 600 880 the trick I used was adding the zero after 022 and making the other digts easy to remember numbers.

You can put any number after 022 eg !,2,3 but make make sure rest of the other numbers are easy to remember ones. 

the trick in there is using only one digit over and over again by using the same digits eg: 0220 500 550.

Another way is by putting the same number you like but changing only 2 numbers in total from the entire number series eg:022 8 18 80 88 see in this example I have only changed 2 varients from the main number 8
besides the number make sense too the number is 8 18 80 88..

Also I found out you can still get 02222222 numbers just enter five more twos after 022 like this 022 22 22 2.

another way to get a cool number is to get one on your name use this site for help on this matter http://www.phonespelling.com

eg: 022trucker that is 022-878-253-7.....This site can hive meaning of number eg : 0228278647 : 

0 Acta's togs
0 Acta's tog's

Translating letters to numbers: 

ABC => 2
DEF => 3
GHI => 4
JKL => 5
MNO => 6
PQRS => 7
TUV => 8
WXYZ => 9

Hope I was able to help you in your hunt for a perfect number.. please post your comments and Ideas about this matter on this thread and I will be keeping this thread updated If any good Ideas on this matter comes by.

Forgive me for any mistakes as I am  new here.

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  # 259822 30-Sep-2009 18:18
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Ever tried giving a word number to someone to put in their phone...

I have a very good wordnumber on 027, but no one can write down as a word or a number on the first go, so its easier just to give the actual number, which everyone gets right on the first go.

Same with any more than 3 of the same digit.









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  # 259829 30-Sep-2009 18:30
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well If you have business it is good like 0220 plumber imagine a writing like this on your van see the point
helping business.. 0800 cost a lot but this.....

 
 
 
 


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  # 259838 30-Sep-2009 18:47
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I don't like people writing numbers like
0220 123 456
or the worst is
0274 123 456
should be like:
027 412 3456 etc. Its also a pain when people quote numbers that way too.




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  # 259840 30-Sep-2009 18:50
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ist that hard for some one to remember

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  # 259841 30-Sep-2009 18:59
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UNIVERSAL: well If you have business it is good like 0220 plumber imagine a writing like this on your van see the point
helping business.. 0800 cost a lot but this.....

How much does 0800 cost? (I know, but if you think it costs 'a lot', I suspect you don't).



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# 259844 30-Sep-2009 19:12
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Is there going to be a step two?



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  # 259845 30-Sep-2009 19:12
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i see your point is true but from a busineess mans prospective it is good pottential advantage for small firms like a dairy e.t.c

 
 
 
 




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  # 259846 30-Sep-2009 19:16
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rscole86: Is there going to be a step two?



not at the moment 



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  # 259848 30-Sep-2009 19:22
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hey you are welcome to post comments on tips about how to get a premium number or a kool number..not what kind of numbers u personally like i meanviews...

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  # 259875 30-Sep-2009 21:24
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0800 numbers don't need to cost much, depends which provider you're with. Both of the main VoIP providers charge less than $10 for the number itself.



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  # 260246 1-Oct-2009 17:21
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ok thankz for the info

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  # 260268 1-Oct-2009 17:46
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UNIVERSAL:
rscole86: Is there going to be a step two?



not at the moment 


2. ?????
3. Profit!!!

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  # 260286 1-Oct-2009 18:38
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Dawnraid, After the hazelnuts were added in the first sentance, there use to be a "step one" until someone edit'd it out. Everything else just flowed on from there, with no other steps.

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  # 260287 1-Oct-2009 18:41
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  # 260977 4-Oct-2009 14:04
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UNIVERSAL: i see your point is true but from a busineess mans prospective it is good pottential advantage for small firms like a dairy e.t.c


Dairies have landlines.  Why in blazes would a dairy need a "premium 022 number"?!?

Besides, every "premium 022 number" is currently listed on Trademe.




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