[VoiceOps] Code opening miseries

Paul Timmins paul at timmins.net
Tue May 1 03:10:07 EDT 2012

Nobody in particular. T-Mobile seems to be perceptually on the naughty list whenever I open new prefixes, and while my sprint phone can call it, my wife's cannot, and we're on the same family plan sitting 10 feet from each other.

Landline carriers tend to be better than most, but I expect at least one to bungle it somehow.

On May 1, 2012, at 3:05 , Alex Balashov wrote:

> Are you talking about a specific type of carrier? (As mention of pay-as-you-go phones would seem to imply.) 
> --
> Alex Balashov - Principal 
> Evariste Systems LLC 
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> Paul Timmins <paul at timmins.net> wrote:
>> Has the industry come up with a better way of dealing with the drudgery of calling every carrier in an area and cajoling, begging, and pleading with them to get their new prefix loaded in everyone's switches other than the traditional "buy a pile of paygo phones and open tickets with each carrier" method?
>> (half frustrated, half serious. If I had spare time these days, it seems this sort of contact information would be a perfect fit for my database, but alas, I can barely keep up with eating 3 meals a day these days, let alone work on more neat stuff like this)
>> -Paul
>> PS: If you can't call 708-666-7999 (and more humorously, 708-666-7565) please fix your stuff. If you have any unreachable codes, I'll happily check my systems to return the favor.
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