Question about Lands Phones
It's in a table of allowed numbers. If you're familiar with the system, you ought to be able to find where 800 and 888 are allowed. Just add 877,866 and 855 as entries.
If ARS is implemented, you'll find your entry in the 700 table, maybe :-)
I don't envy you if that is the case.
Posted on Jun 04, 2010
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