• I need pranking advice!! Fast!?

    My friend is pulling a prank on me saying that she is moving. But she doesn’t know that I know she is pranking me. I want to prank her back or have her prank backfire, where she doesn’t see it coming. Help?
    My friend is pulling a prank on me saying that she is moving. But she doesn’t know that I know she is pranking me. I want to prank her back or have her prank backfire, where she doesn’t see it coming. Help?
    4 answers · 4 days ago
  • +447 is what contry code?

    8 answers · 2 weeks ago
  • Is a land line a business phone?

    10 answers · 4 weeks ago
  • Are telephones still a thing?

    i think most of us doesnt have telephones anymore because theres smartphone and internet everywhere.
    i think most of us doesnt have telephones anymore because theres smartphone and internet everywhere.
    5 answers · 3 weeks ago
  • Is it true that Johnnie Walker Black Label taste better on the rocks then neat?

    Best answer: Most whisky connoisseurs like a bit of water or some ice with their premium liquors. At 40% alcohol content, it's a little hard to enjoy it straight. Two ice cubes and two fingers of booze is to me a perfect combination.
    Best answer: Most whisky connoisseurs like a bit of water or some ice with their premium liquors. At 40% alcohol content, it's a little hard to enjoy it straight. Two ice cubes and two fingers of booze is to me a perfect combination.
    4 answers · 3 weeks ago
  • How do I report a fault on my landline?

    7 answers · 4 weeks ago
  • US phonenumbers why do you write them like xxx-xxx-xxxx?

    Best answer: Because of how many there are now. Phones used to have 2 or 3 digit numbers. As phones became more common, of course, they needed more numbers. The original first three numbers defined your location. Those were the ORIGINAL area codes. Long distance meant dialing a 1, then that 3 digit "code", then... show more
    Best answer: Because of how many there are now. Phones used to have 2 or 3 digit numbers. As phones became more common, of course, they needed more numbers.

    The original first three numbers defined your location. Those were the ORIGINAL area codes. Long distance meant dialing a 1, then that 3 digit "code", then the specific number. So, 1,000 "areas" (000 to 999) and 10,000 numbers (0000 to 9999) per area - written as XXX-XXXX - as cities grew.

    Once again, over time, more and more phones were used. It's hard to find someone who DOESN'T have a phone now...plus there are cell phones, so each area code now represents the area, with 7 "other" numbers to play with and configure so 000-0000 up to 999-9999 gives a total of 1,000,000 combinations per area....and due to the amount of people in any given area, larger cities often have 2 or 3 area codes now...and several cities are adding even more!

    The format we use just makes it easier for clearly seeing the number.
    5 answers · 4 weeks ago
  • Why would my cordless phone suddenly not stay charged?

    I never have changed the batteries, do you think this could be why? A handyman had my main part of the cordless phone unplugged yesterday, so I plugged everything back in, but I can't get a dial tone. I know the phone line works, because it works on my old plug in phone.
    I never have changed the batteries, do you think this could be why? A handyman had my main part of the cordless phone unplugged yesterday, so I plugged everything back in, but I can't get a dial tone. I know the phone line works, because it works on my old plug in phone.
    5 answers · 1 month ago
  • Does target have a public fax machine?

    9 answers · 2 months ago
  • Is cable phone service VOIP?

    Best answer: Since VOIP is telephone that travels over Internet (IP) lines rather than phone switches, phone service that does through an Internet modem would be VOIP.

    (25+ years in the IT fields.)
    Best answer: Since VOIP is telephone that travels over Internet (IP) lines rather than phone switches, phone service that does through an Internet modem would be VOIP.

    (25+ years in the IT fields.)
    5 answers · 1 month ago
  • How to stop telemarketing calls??

    I am so annoyed and cannot come up with a solution for my problem. I keep getting calls (daily) offering to lower my credit card rate. I don't have any credit cards! They do not offer a way to stop getting the calls; such as a number saying “press _ to stop receiving these calls.” I've spoken to them... show more
    I am so annoyed and cannot come up with a solution for my problem. I keep getting calls (daily) offering to lower my credit card rate. I don't have any credit cards! They do not offer a way to stop getting the calls; such as a number saying “press _ to stop receiving these calls.” I've spoken to them and asked them to stop calling and they hang up on me before I finish speaking. I've asked them politely to “please write down my number so you can call back if we get disconnected” then I tell them to stop calling me; again they just hang up on me before I finish speaking. Today, I asked for their number so I could call them back if we got disconnected. The caller immediately hung up on me. Here's the clicker. I've tried calling them back and, apparently, the calls come in from a number of someone who has no clue what I'm talking about or that some company is using their number without their knowledge. Yep. The caller ID shows one number but that is not the number of where the calls are originating from. I cannot get their number to report them or block the calls but...since the actual number is not their number I can't get anywhere in stopping these calls. Help?
    4 answers · 2 months ago
  • Why don't they start making cordless phones look like regular telephone units again?

    Best answer: Design one and send it in.
    Best answer: Design one and send it in.
    6 answers · 2 months ago
  • Who is this caller?

    5 answers · 2 months ago