my nextel number is 150*27*11261 if anyone feels like trying it. i dont have nation wide as an option in my plan, but from what i read all phones can do it for like 10 cents a min or something like that.
172*26*2821 here...I'm in the NYC region during the day, Philly region at night...No nationwide on my end, but if someone who has nationwide initiates contact, I should be able to respond fine from anywhere...
Hey Ya'll I have the nationwide package for the direct Connect. I talk to Marty in NY from Here (Fla) sometimes just to ashoot the shit. If ya'll want to (*brick*, that's what all the ******** round here call it) My DC # is 162*36*25498. God I love Technology..
i have direct connect through my boost mobile phone.... I have to pay 1.99/per day per caller... So if you have a problem or im or email me to shoot the chit feel free... just let me know first so i can add your info to my phone cuz if I don't see a name I don't answer...
You have got to be kidding me this is all the people who are willing to drop their nextel (or Boost) Direct connect numbers in here Where's everyone at?
hit me 162*36*25498, Itys always sunny in Florida....
I won't ever get direct connect service.It's alot easier to ignore a ring then the phoneÂ doing that little jingle and someone saying "Rory, Are you there?"
My numberÂ is posted on the PA Board and if you call me and I don't pick up and you leave a message, of course I'll get back to you.
Most of the time I'm driving and I refuse to use the phone while I am driving.Matter of fact I don't even run a cb in the big rig.I refuse to use that as well.
The most enjoyable week I ever had at workÂ was when I left my phone sit at a deliveryÂ of mine and I didn't get it back till the following saturday.A very nice 6 days.
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