As far as Vonage with the 911 service, I believe you can set it up through their web site and enter in your street address so that it gets routed to the correct 911 station, as well as them (911) knowing your address also. <br><br>I have Vonage as well and love it. It's' about $27 a month with all applicable taxes (which are minimal compared to a "real" land-line) and have had it for over 6 months and naver had a problem once. The two greatest features are the voicemail to email attachments, and the automatic call forwarding when no-one answers (I have it set to my cell phone).<br><br>----<br>Stupidity is like nuclear power. It can be used for good or evil.... and you don't want to get any on you.
---- Stupidity is like nuclear power. It can be used for good or evil.... and you don't want to get any on you.
Yeah..the 911 thing routes all 911 calls to the non-emergency, general number in your area, which may or may not be staffed by a person. <br><br>They're working on enhanced 911, which works like regular 911, so hopefully soon. <br><br>The voice mail attachments thing is positively awesome...I'm going to save the important messages and burn them to a CD in iTunes. <br><br>
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