Saturday, June 23, 2007
Ok, this is a weird site... Numbr.com - it allows you to get a free number. It automatically expires after 1 hour, 1 day, 1 week and 1 month (your choice) or you can even extend it. It forwards calls to your existing number, can even try a second line if you don't answer, record voicemails (emailed to you), block private numbers and suspected telemarketers, divert all to voicemail during certain hours, interesting stuff like that. Of course, the number is funky.. it's one of 23 area codes and includes a 3-digit code making it look like an old-school pager number.
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