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I live in kentucky and when i connect wirelessly there using a new verizon wireless kyocera kpc650 pc card it dials a number (#777) and connects in seconds. im on vacation in texas and i cant connect anymore using the same number to dial. Do i need to use a different number or something else?

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Contact Verizon in that service area and find out what the procedures are. They could be on another network.

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Please contact Verizon Wireless Support they are the best people to help you with this.

Click on the link below.

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Please feel free to get back to me If you need any further assistance.
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