[telecom]recorded telecom messages
an archive of recorded messages:
Dave Garland wrote:
> an archive of recorded messages:
heh heh, those have some humor potential!
Rick Merrill wrote:
>Dave Garland wrote:
>>an archive of recorded messages:
>heh heh, those have some humor potential!
Friend of mine had a very realistic sounding ring tone with perfect SIT
(tone) sequence and "We're sorry due to call overload, our system ...funny telecom cartoon (telecom) [telecom]
For a bit of telecom humor, see:
Rich Greenberg Sarasota, FL, USA richgr atsign panix.com + 1 941 378 2097
Eastern time. N6LRT I speak for myself & my dogs only. VM'er since CP-67
Canines: Val,Red,Shasta,Zero,Casey & Cinnar (At the bridge) Owner:Chinook-L
Canines: Red & Max (Siberians) Retired at the beach Asst Owner:Sibernet-L
...[telecom] Need some guidance on telecom easements [Telecom]
> ***** Moderator's Note *****
> IANAL, and you need a good one, experienced in both easements and
> tower leases. Don't go to the local guy: this is an area where new
> precedents are being set almost daily, as cell towers and cellular
> infrastructure pop up at every streetcorner. You need a firm that
> does this all the time.
> You can start by getting some facts by yourself:
> 1. What frequencies will the transmitter(s) operator on?
> 2. What company will hold the FCC license?
> 3. What are the authorized emission types?
&...Re: The Telecom Digest (1 messages) [TELECOM]
> Per T:
>>> It's not going to happen. Most phone services allow call-block now. And
>>> on my phone I use Blacklist for Android - MetroPCS wants to charge me a
>>> buck a month for phone block. A $2 app does it forever and I don't need
>>> to pay MetroPCS for the privilege.
>> But don't Call-Block services depend on a blacklist? If so, who
>> maintains the blacklist?
>> What data does the Android app work from? Does it just block
>> anything where the calling number is not in your phonebook?
> ...Re: The Telecom Digest (16 messages) [telecom]
Sat, 25 Sep 2010 23:23:21 -0400 Monty Solomon <firstname.lastname@example.org> noted the article:
<<Smartphones encourage mobile user churn
Owners of high end handsets are the least loyal, bad news for AT&T
Published: 22 September, 2010
High end smartphones not only bring operators' networks crashing down
with their high rates of data consumption, but they breed fickle
consumers who will worsen churn levels, especially as users get more
hostile to two-year contract lock-ins. The downside of the smartphone
boom is highlighted in a survey by Nokia Siemen...MSNBC on text message spam [telecom]
MSNBC had a report on text message spam, as using for debt
consolidating companies. They send out a "survey"* then go into a
For article please see:
IMNO, any kind of unsoliciting texting to cell phones ought to be
illegal** because many subscribers (like me) have to pay for each
text, and it disrupts legitimate messaging. I'm not sure what the
cell phone carriers are doing, if anything, to curtail spam texting.
(Is there anyone who thinks this sort of thing should be a...[Telecom] Cell phone text message spam
I received a spam text message on my cell phone. (I did not open it).
I called the carrier who said they'd waive the message fee. But do
they do anything to trace such messages back and put a stop to them?
They didn't seem to care.
They offered to put a block on receiving text messages. As it
happens, I don't do any texting at all, but I'm not sure I want to
deny myself a feature in case I would want or need to use it in the
Are unsolicited text messages to a cell phone illegal? Isn't that
like sales calls to a cellphone which are illegal?
Could ...Re: [Telecom] Cell phone text message spam
Thu, 03 Jan 2008 18:07:11 -0800 Steven Lichter wrote:
<<I get very little spam on my phone, Srint allows you to set your user
name on each phone that then becomes the same on your e-mail address.
change min a while back because a friend of mine put my e-mail address
on his long e-mail jokes he would send out, I have unlimited data on my
plan so it does not matter to me.>>
This does nothing for text message spam that is phone number to phone
We're happy that you wish to subscribe to an unlimited data, but most
of us do not bother with it nor do we...Verizon FIOS (telecom) [telecom]
This was originally posted to comp.dcom.telecom.tech in error, it was
intended for cdt, so reposting to proper place with some followup
During the recent FIOS discussion, I had nothing to add, so I didn't.
Its been fine since it was installed 2+ years ago.
Just recently, I had some issues, and I wanted to pass along what I
encountered for the benefit of the group.
At first, both wired and wireless went dead. A power cycle fixed it,
and the wired connections had no furthur problems. The wireless was
not working. The first time or 2 the Verizon "In Home Agent&qu...Telecom News in TELECOM Digest
No offense, but I read other sources of news, and I see the stuff
below in several places where it's accurately sorted by topic. I read
Telecom Digest to get *telecom* related information, not the latest
Dish TV "special" or what Amazon is doing this week. Just a simple
> Date: Sun, 25 Jan 2004 12:10:52 -0500
> From: Monty Solomon <email@example.com>
> Subject: DISH Network $999 HDTV Promo
[TELECOM Digest Editor's Note: And no offense taken. Monty Solomon is
a sort of e...Cut Your Telecom Bills [telecom]
There is a good article called "Cut your telecom bills" in the May,
2011 issue of Consumer Reports magazine.
There are several parts of it that caught my eye right away: a section
titled "Some fiber really isn't", covering some of the physical-layer
issues we've been discussing here, and a section on the "Ooma" VoIP
service, plus a section on "The benefits of bundling and bargaining".
I'm curious what the Digest's readers think about the article.
(Filter QRM for direct replies)
Bill Horne wrote:
...Need a telecom attorney [Telecom]
I'm looking for an attorney in the Philadelphia area who specializes
in land easements. We have a telecom company looking to put some
antenna's, and I guess transmitters on our property and want someone
to review the agreements. Any suggestions will be appreciated.
***** Moderator's Note *****
Michael, you're a very wise man.
IANAL, and I'm sure the readers will offer suggestions, but let me add
these suggestions to get you started:
* How many antennas? How man transmitters? (It's NOT a one-to-one relationship!)
* For _their_ radi...Telecom in High Art [telecom]
I'm just listening to a classical radio program - this one featuring
the modern and rather hard-to-take composer Elliott Carter. He set
three of Robert Frost's poems to music, one of them being "The Line
Here come the line-gang pioneering by.
They throw a forest down less cut than broken.
They plant dead trees for living, and the dead
They string together with a living thread.
They string an instrument against the sky
Wherein words whether beaten out or spoken
Will run as hushed as when they were a thought
But in no hush they string it: they go past
With ...[telecom] Harassed by robocalls [Telecom]
On Saturday, November 15, 2008 10:20 PM "Steven Lichter" <firstname.lastname@example.org> wrote:
[ snip ]
> the Golf Course in Lon Beach. What was happening was when the hunt
> group was busy the next call would go to another hunt group, which had
> out number on it; I would tell them they reached the wrong number, most
> were understanding and would try again. I passed the problem to our
> customer service office and they contacted the golf course and told
> them that they needed to add more numbers to their hunt group because
> they w...