I've pulled the plug on Qwest.
I'm now officially a Vonage user, and so far, I'm really impressed. My internet phone sounds clearer than my Qwest phone ever did. It sounds the same, just a bit clearer.
Vonage issued me a temporary phone number until my old number gets ported over to them, but I really suspect Qwest will screw that up. I expect my old number to be lost, and so, my new number is probably not temporary.
Ah well. So be it.
It's better to have a new number and no Qwest, not to mention that I'm now saving between $60 and $70 a month overall.
But with a new phone number, what will come of Jalpuna? Do I sense a new domain in the future months?::::: | January 15, 2007 7:14 PM
No new domain for me. My new number has a frigging ONE in it. Arrrrgh!
Actually, I kind of like my new number. It's got a snappy sound to it, and I'm a snappy sounding number kind of guy, if I don't say so myself.
There's a chance I may get Jalpuna back. In theory, the number is being transfered... but I see so much potential for Qwest to screw that up, so we shall see.
If, by chance, you happen to spot my number out on a street corner someplace, please be kind. It may be homeless, and that makes me sad.
Alas, I fear I've done all I can do for it. Keep your fingers crossed.::::: | January 15, 2007 7:20 PM
That is too bad having sucky costumer service.
My exhusband used to work for Qwest(sales)and he said that he and the other people on his floor/team had to take had to take every kind of call that came their way.
So while you wanted something fixed they were trying to sell you something more. And if they were losing you as a customer they would transfer you to another person specialized in retaining you.
Which only makes you madder cause you aren't getting good customer service. I think that is what they call 'jumping hoops'.
Anyway, I have a fantastic phone number and would be upset if I were to lose it. Hope you get yours back. There are ways to get it, I'm sure.::::: | January 16, 2007 12:07 AM