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January 29, 2013

VZW prepaid daily not a bargain if using recycled numbers

Filed under: BULLSHIT,verizon circumvention,verizon sucks — Sagacious Himself @ 6:48 pm

VZW prepaid daily seems like a good plan for CL or other cloak and dagger operations.  However “new” activations are issued heavily abused numbers from a small recycled pool 😦

$2/day prepaid quickly loses value when DebtCollectorLucifer calls for Bob Smith from several different obviously spoofed numbers several times per day.

fortunately TXT is not billed until opened.  And much akin to TracFone some VZW non-sim prepaid phones offer better TXT windows if you’re not outright blocking TXT.  Combine with voip sms to sip/xmpp/fwd for less poor results.

mobile carrier really REALLY OUGHT to provide customers server side PBX finesse powers for TXT- and call filtration!

provide a better number with the GOTCHA that VZW policy prevents incoming calls during port-in process!!

If you need a phone and need inbound calling now you DON’T WANT VERIZON WIRELESS directly; you want a VZW MNVO like TracFone, StriaghtTalk, etc who allow incoming calls during port-in process

Himself 130129 Sagacious

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