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Re: BBW new area code
- To: BOOK_ARTS-L@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx
- Subject: Re: BBW new area code
- From: Fran Morris <moras@xxxxxxx>
- Date: Tue, 14 Oct 1997 20:57:49 -0500
- Message-id: <199710150327.UAA14772@SUL-Server-2.Stanford.EDU>
- Sender: "The Book Arts: binding, typography, collecting" <BOOK_ARTS-L@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx>
We just went through an area code change in the surrounding Houston area. There
was a grace period -- which was extended another 30 days -- in which either
number would get through. Then, Wham! No calls going to the old area code went
through, although a recording came on telling about the new code. Then that
stopped. Now, less than a year later, they are thinking of adding more area
codes. We seem to have to drift along on top of the wave.
Hard to Find Book Store
1315 E. First Street, Ste. E
Humble, TX 77338
Karen Crisalli wrote:
> There have been several comments from list members on and off the list re
> difficulties in reaching us (Bookbinder's Warehouse) by phone. It's simple:
> the phone company changed our area code to (732) back in June. (A) Until
> December, they supposedly will automatically forward all calls dialed to the
> old (908) code --- the operative word being 'supposedly'. (B) After December,
> calls to the old area code are supposed to get a recording referring callers
> to the new number; (C) then, next year the call simply won't go through at
> all to the old area code.
> This may seem fairly straight forward, but already it seems half the world
> can reach us at the new (732) area code, and half cannot. Why ask why.
> Suffice it to say, the Bookbinder's Warehouse new area code (but same old
> phone number) IS (732). If, if, if it doesn't work, then try the old one. We
> are here, just some apparent hitches with the phones over the last month!
> Real havoc for a mail order company!
> Regards, Karen/Bookbinder's Warehouse