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Infointeractive --- Internet Call Waiting
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17 CORP FIN it seems as though this thread has died with you, are you OK out thereBid daddy-9/11/1999
16 At least at these levels IIA seems to have little downside. It may be worth keeBid daddy-8/25/1999
15 I've had IIA in the past (never for a gain, of course), and will buy alot adr.putty-8/25/1999
14 OT : Sounds like you bought FMI around the same time I did. I bought at 3 andTim Cruise-8/25/1999
13 I think that most phone companies do offer it. I've had it in Montreal, Tordr.putty-8/25/1999
12 IP, Thanks for the information. Do all / most phone companies offer this serviTim Cruise-8/25/1999
11 Tim, The customer has to pay for Busy Call Forwarding, a service supplied by tdr.putty-8/25/1999
10 Why the heck would I be afraid? You have a guy who doesn't put up any kindTim Cruise-8/25/1999
9 All I can say, is you do know your stuff. If all the info you dig up keeps lookBid daddy-8/25/1999
8 I do not work for the company but am a shareholder and knowledgeable on the subCorp Fin-8/24/1999
7 Good question, Tim. {eom}Bid daddy-8/24/1999
6 Corp: safe to assume that you work for the company? If so, please detail in wTim Cruise-8/24/1999
5 The Instant Messenger enabling program must be on your hard disc somewhere. FinCorp Fin-8/23/1999
4 I hope you don't think I am following your path, but I usually check new suBid daddy-8/22/1999
3 Instant Messages just pop up on my screen from other ISPs whether I like it or chalu2-8/22/1999
2 Well with Internet call waiting there is an ignore button. Corp Fin-8/22/1999
1 What I'd really like is to see someone deal with Instant Messaging. I'chalu2-8/22/1999
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