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By: Mark Shead

Wed, 09 Jul 2008 11:56:51 +0000

You might look at RingCentral or Kall8.

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Wed, 09 Jul 2008 11:51:31 +0000

Please give me some suggestions as to where I can get an 800 number. I am always on the go and I never realized I need to have one. In that case, how important is it to have an 800 number?

By: Mark Shead

Mon, 09 Jul 2007 15:49:47 +0000

Blackberry service works pretty much anywhere you have cellular service. I'm not sure how their network works, but it seems to work in places that I know I couldn't get an EDGE connection. I like the idea of 3G, but I'm pretty sure it wouldn't work in any of the places we were visiting in Mexico with the exception of Mexico City. Plus roaming charges for international data are extremely high (the Blackberry is the only exception I've found). I've looked at getting a 3G card for my laptop for use in the US, but at $60 per month it is pretty hard to justify when I'm only sporadically in places where it would work at all.

By: Suitcase

Mon, 09 Jul 2007 10:37:34 +0000

Find it interesting that you are able to get so much wireless or internet access in a place like Mexico? Why I say this, is because I know someone else who was struggling to get such things in France. Now, France of all places, I couldn't believe. Yet Mexico seems to be more up to date? Nice advice. I'm a writer, and most of my work is Internet based. This gives me great opportunities to travel more and still have access to doing work (thus, not entirely on holiday, but at least getting to travel and enjoy life more!) I love it. So, I wondered why you haven't or aren't using 3G or something like that...