|Re: Phone Outage Costs Fort Wayne Store to Lose Business|
|Robert Bonomi (firstname.lastname@example.org)|
Mon, 30 May 2005 15:40:41 -0000
In article <email@example.com>, Mary <somewher@.com>|
> That's an interesting concept -- the same number in two locations?
> How does it work? Does it ring in two locations and first to answer
Yup. *and* if the other location picks up, they're on the call too.
> Do you have to pay for two lines and one number?
Typically it is something that the telco does on a 'temporary' basis
In the 'old days', it was done by simply running a physical jumper
Depending on the telco, and depending on the length of time you needed
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