|Re: Foreign Listings for Residences|
|Fred Atkinson (email@example.com)|
Wed, 2 May 2007 07:09:04 -0400
>> Everyone should have the right to have their number properly listed|
>> if they so choose to do so.
> I'm sorry, but I don't have sympathy for your position. In another
The fact that you are paying them for the listing *makes* them a
Whether or not the phone company is losing money doesn't even enter
> Tell your carrier to publish a phone book. Or tell your carrier to
So, you really think that every phone company should distribute a
And the different major telephone companies share their directory
And you are wrong about it being too costly. It's not practical
>> The poor customer should not be at the mercy of the telephone
> Sorry, but you are not a customer of "the telephone company" anymore.
As I have already pointed out, the fact that you are paying them
>> It is a monopoly and the telephone company should not be able to
> It is absolutely not a monopoly as shown by other posts. It is a
AT&T used to do what it pleased all the time. Do you remember the
You can say it isn't a monopoly if you want to, that doesn't make
> This reminds me of when people had trouble with MCI or Sprint in their
I don't think that this even compares. There's a big difference
> Likewise now. Why should regular telephone customers subsidize your
No one is asking them to. Your are paying them for the listing.
>> I will write a letter to the Georgia Public Service Commission
> As I understand it, directory publishing is not a regulated service.
Really? Then how come I always get a resolution when I take this
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